Digital Smile Makeovers ▼
 

Green = Unvisited | Red = Already Viewed

Click image to view.

Realigning and repairing worn teeth with dental crowns.

This person's front teeth, both top and bottom, show a great deal of wear. Most likely it's the result of...

a )Tooth wear - A person's malocclusion (in this case a deep vertical overbite) can place them at greater risk for tooth wear. b ) Dental crowns - As this makeover illustrates, crowns can be used to both rebuild damaged teeth and improve their apparent alignment.

Click image to view.

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...

Click image to view.

Closing in multiple tooth gaps by placing dental crowns.

This digital smile makeover illustrates a situation where dental crowns, as opposed to porcelain veneers...

Click image to view.

Realigning teeth with Invisalign. / Repairing worn biting edges.

When you first look at this case's "before" picture, you might think that this person has simply...

Tooth repair - Placing dental bonding can be an simple way to make repairs for teeth. But in locations where the restoration will be exposed to heavy forces (biting, chewing), it may not make the best choice. This case explains.

Click image to view.

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.

Pages