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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.

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Improving a smile by replacing missing back teeth.

This digital smile makeover provides an example of how replacing missing back teeth can really help to fill...

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Using crowns and veneers to adjust the comparative lengths of front teeth.

This digital smile makeover provides an example of how dental crowns (or possibly even...

a) Creating smile symmetry. - This smile has an abnormal look. This makeover shows how restoring the relative lengths of the teeth can return this smile to a customary appearance. b) Dental crowns and veneers. - We discuss how these types of restorations can be used to make changes, as well as the potential complication associated with placing them.

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Improving the color of tetracycline stained teeth using tooth-whitening treatments.

When this person submitted her photo for a digital makeover she said she...

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"Straightening" teeth with dental crowns.

Dental crowns can be used to "straighten" a patient's teeth. When this technique is used, however, no real tooth...

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