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Using dental crowns to repair the damage caused by bruxism.

This digital smile makeover provides an example of teeth that have worn, primarily due to bruxism (...

a) Tooth grinding - The wear pattern visible with this case suggests that a history of bruxism is involved.b) Dental crowns - This case explains why dental crowns would likely make the best choice for making repairs.

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Why some teeth with dental crowns just don't look right.

When you first look at this smile you might not notice much of a problem. But the issue we've decided to...

Crown / Gum line concerns - Dental crows can be used to make major appearance changes with teeth but not right at the gum line where a tooth exits the jawbone. This makeover explains why and what solution is needed.

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Closing a tooth gap- Invisalign® vs. placing porcelain veneers.

When this person submitted their picture for a virtual makeover, their email seemed to suggest...

Closing tooth gaps - Spaces between teeth can be closed either via placing dental restorations (such as porcelain veneers) or via orthodontic treatment (braces, Invisalign®). This virtual makeover discusses the pros and cons of both.

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Comparing applications for Crowns vs. Porcelain veneers.

This digital smile makeover can give you an idea of some applications where a dentist would probably...

Tooth wear - This case involves a smile whose pattern of tooth wear suggest that a habit of tooth grinding was involved. Crowns vs. Veneers - As this case details, different teeth would most ideally be treated using different types of restorations.

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Stepping up to porcelain veneers from dental bonding.

When this person submitted a photo of their smile for a virtual makeover, it wasn't so clear to us what...

a) Porcelain veneers - This virtual makeover gives an idea of how placing a set of veneers can be used to create an overall improvement for a smile. b) Vs. dental bonding - It also explains why (for this case) porcelain restorations make a better choice than bonding.

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