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Closing the Gaps For a Youthful Smile
Bioclear Restorations: Part 3
In September’s edition of Your Health Magazine we learned that Bioclear is a method utilizing injection-molded heated composite to create strong and esthetic restorations including veneers and crowns without having to cut down a substantial amount of tooth structure. In October we saw how Bioclear can help with closing “black triangles.”
This month we present how the Bioclear treatment is also perfect for closing “diastemas” (the vertical gaps in-between two teeth). Many celebrities have a diastema including Madonna, Eddie Murphy, Jack Black, Lauren Hutton, and Willie Nelson. For some people, a diastema makes their smile unique, and they choose to keep the charming midline gap. Although a diastema is considered harmless, meaning it rarely affects dental health, some people want to close those smile gaps. Using the clear form matrices, we can transform your smile with a very natural finish.
Below is another example of how Bioclear can preserve tooth structure without doing a crown on a broken front tooth.
Another common dislike among patients can be “undersized laterals or peg laterals.” This is where the tooth has not grown to its full capacity making the smile line look uneven. Due to the excellent quality of shaded composite materials coupled with the Bioclear system, these teeth can be built up to reveal an esthetically symmetrical and more pleasing smile in one appointment without doing porcelain veneers or crowns, which require removal of tooth structure.
Call us to find out how we can transform your smile in a very conservative way.
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