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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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Using porcelain veneers to close the gaps between teeth.

Dentists may place porcelain veneers for a variety of reasons. This page's digital makeover features an...

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Retreating a tooth-gap case.

Here's a case where a person has had a gap between their two center teeth closed (dentists call these spaces a diastema) but they...

a) Closing a diastema -This person originally had a gap between their center teeth. It was closed in by placing dental crowns.b) Dental crowns - The problem is, this person thinks their existing dental work makes their teeth look too big and bulky. c) Orthodontic treatment - Our makeover illustrates how orthodontic treatment could be used to resolve this issue and improve this case's final outcome.

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Hiding the fact that lateral incisors are missing by placing porcelain veneers.

This digital smile makeover involves a case where the person is missing their...

a) Tooth gaps - This person has spaces between their front teeth, in part because they're missing their lateral incisors. b) Porcelain veneers - We've illustrated how veneer placement could be used to both close the spaces and help to mask the fact that teeth are missing.

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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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