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Before and After Smiles

DENTAL BONDING

In these photographs we see examples of how it is possible to fix teeth that have chipped or have spaces between them by bonding composite (tooth colored filling material) to the teeth.
In this example the patient broke away part of her front tooth. By using composite (tooth colored filling material) Dr. Many was able to recreate the part of the tooth that was missing.

VENEERS

This patient’s front teeth had small gaps between them. Rather than moving her teeth with braces we were able to bond composite to her teeth and close the gaps to create natural looking teeth with no gaps between them.

CAPS AND CROWNS

Dental implants are an excellent way to replace missing teeth.
In these photographs the patient’s two front teeth were replaced with dental implants and crowns.

DIASTEMA

A diastema is an area of extra space between two or more teeth. The two front teeth of the upper jaw area is where diastema is most frequently seen.

NO PREP VENEERS (LUMINEERS)

Lumineers are a type of veneer that’s promoted for a no preparation of the teeth technique. They don’t need to have any or much trimming of the teeth, so they could be less sensitive.

RAMPANT CARIES

Rampant caries are a decay of a bone or tooth. The main cause of rampant caries is the patient’s habit of keeping cariogenic food in her mouth and going to sleep. Rampant caries is of the following three types: Nursing bottle rampant caries, Adolescent rampant caries and Xerostomia-induced rampant caries.

BROKEN TEETH

Treatment for a broken or chipped tooth will depend on how severely it is damaged. If only a small piece of enamel broke off, the repair can usually be done simply in one office visit. A badly damaged or broken tooth may require a more lengthy and costly procedure.