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Gum-line complications sometimes associated with crown and veneer placement.

This digital smile makeover demonstrates how the placement of dental crowns can be...

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Using porcelain veneers to make a smile look more even and uniform.

Porcelain veneers have become a very popular dental procedure. That's because they offer a...

Porcelain veneers - This case demonstrates how placing a set of veneers can improve a smile by idealizing tooth shape. It also explains why veneers, as opposed to dental bonding, would make the best choice for this transformation.

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Rebuilding front teeth that have worn excessively.

This digital smile makeover gives an example of how dental crowns might be used to rebuild and restore the...

a) Worn teeth - The upper teeth of this smile show wear, likely due to a habit of tooth grinding. b) Crowns - As this makeover explains, the extensive nature of this wear and resulting fragile status of the teeth means that dental crowns (and the strength characteristics they offer) would make the best choice.

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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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