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Using porcelain veneers to improve tooth shape and fill in tooth gaps.

Dentists often use porcelain veneer placement as a way of filling in tooth gaps. This...

This makeover shows two common uses for porcelain veneers: a) Closing tooth gaps. b) Changing the shape of teeth. The result is the perfect smile.

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Rebuilding worn teeth and closing a tooth gap using dental crowns.

It's not uncommon that a person's teeth will show the effects of wear over time. This digital...

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Closing in a tooth gap (diastema) using dental bonding.

This digital smile makeover shows how a dentist can add tooth bonding to teeth, so to change their shape...

a) Dental bonding - One characteristic of bonding is that it can adhere directly to the surface of a tooth.b) Closing tooth gaps - That makes it a very non-invasive way of making minor cosmetic changes for teeth, like closing spaces between them.

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Fully closing in the gap between two incisors by placing crowns.

This page's digital makeovers illustrate how "tooth gaps" can be filled in by placing dental...

a) Tooth gaps. - The obvious cosmetic deficiency with this smile is the space between the center teeth. b) Bruxism - The notched and worn biting edges of the upper and lower front teeth suggest that this person has a tooth grinding habit. c) Dental crowns. - This makeover illustrates how dental crowns can be used to both fill in tooth gaps and repair worn teeth.

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Using crowns to partially close a very wide tooth gap.

When you look at this person's smile, the very first thing you notice is the very large space between...

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