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16 Young Celebrities with Veneers
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16 Young Celebrities with Veneers

We all know celebrities with smiles that make heads turn. But what some people do not realize is that many of those same celebrities have had help perfecting their stellar smiles.  Getting a perfect set of pearly whites can be a great investment in one of the first things people notice about you. But for...

How to Fill a Tooth Gap–and What You’ll Have to Pay for It
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How to Fill a Tooth Gap–and What You’ll Have to Pay for It

Some people don’t mind having a gap between teeth. In fact, some celebrities—Michael Strahan and Anna Paquin are two examples—are known for their distinctive tooth gap. But for those who do not see the space as charming or attractive, there are several different ways to fill it.  Options for gap tooth fillings cost anywhere from...

Teeth Bonding: Before and After
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Teeth Bonding: Before and After

Dental bonding is a restoration technique that can fix some common cosmetic issues and improve the appearance of a patient’s teeth. The materials used in teeth bonding are similar to those used for tooth-colored fillings. However, unlike fillings, dental bonding is not used to repair tooth decay: tooth bonding treatments fix imperfections on the surface...

What are Dental Veneers, and Are They Worth the Money?
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What are Dental Veneers, and Are They Worth the Money?

For anyone who has ever wanted to hide their teeth, there is a way to permanently improve a smile. Dental veneers help conceal the imperfections or damage a natural tooth might have. They can cover chips, stains, gaps, and even some alignment problems. Dental veneers cost quite a bit, and getting them is moderately invasive....

Invisalign and Composite Bonding: Common Questions Answered
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Invisalign and Composite Bonding: Common Questions Answered

At first glance, Invisalign and composite bonding might not seem to be related. Invisalign’s purpose is to straighten teeth, while bonding is usually used to fix imperfections like chips, cracks, or stains. But the two cosmetic dental treatments can work hand-in-hand to create a straighter, more pleasing smile—or in some cases, the two treatments might...

How Dental Bonding Works
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How Dental Bonding Works

Cosmetic dental procedures do not  have to take a long time or cost more than the budget will allow.. Dental bonding, for example, can fix a number of issues without anesthetic and with less than an hour in the dentist’s chair. It also costs less than veneers or crowns.  Dental bonding involves applying a tooth-colored...