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The Single Anterior Crown

January 31, 2019
This patient presented with a veneer on the upper right central incisor whose shape did not match the upper left central incisor (see the arrow) and was the wrong color. The result was an artificial, square looking tooth that had inflamed gum tissue because it was squeezed by the veneers bulky… Read Full Post

Emergency Repair of Two Fractured Front Teeth

January 31, 2019
Trauma Needing Immediate CareHaving fractured her two front teeth after falling down, this patient was desperately seeking an immediate esthetic correction. Our in-house laboratory quickly fabricated two custom temporary crowns, which we placed two days later. Immediate Temporary CrownsPrior to… Read Full Post

Myths About Teeth Whitening

June 02, 2018
Everyone wants to have a whiter smile, but making the decision to pursue whitening treatment can be tough. Myths and stereotypes can lead to negative connotations, inhibiting you from moving forward with treatment. Below are three misconceptions about teeth whitening: Teeth whitening treatments… Read Full Post

5 Reasons Why Your Teeth Are Changing Color

July 10, 2017
Brushing and flossing your teeth every day can keep your smile bright and white. However, you might have noticed that even though you take great care of your teeth, they look a little yellow and have lost their sparkle. This is completely normal. Here are 5 reasons why this could be happening to… Read Full Post

Teeth Bleaching vs. Teeth Whitening

April 05, 2017
You’ve probably seen someone with pearly white teeth before and wondered, “How have they managed to keep their teeth so bright all these years?” The truth is, many people these days are opting to whiten their teeth with artificial methods to achieve that picture-perfect smile. Bleaching vs.… Read Full Post

What Color are Your Teeth?

April 20, 2016
What color are your teeth? Of course, there is no “right” answer. Teeth come in endless shades and ranges. When we talk about tooth color in our office, we try to break it down into no fewer than 40 shades (light to dark) and ranges (color). For example, you could have a very light shade of tooth… Read Full Post