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Dental Veneers FAQs

Porcelain Veneers for a Beautiful Smile Getting a Hollywood smile is an attainable goal for everyone! With porcelain veneers, correcting smile imperfections has never been easier. If you have been self-conscious about the appearance of your teeth, it's an idea worth considering. A great-looking smile can drastically improve your confidence and quality of life. So if you're looking for cosmetic dentistry, contact Antelope Dental Associates in Antelope, CA. Call (916) [...]

Dental Veneers FAQs2021-05-18T08:00:21-07:00

Concerned with Smile Imperfections?

Have Confidence and Smile Wide! Several aspects of the teeth, lips, and mouth combine to create the overall aesthetic of a smile. The smile line should have a slight curve to the upper teeth, following the curve of the lower lip. The teeth themselves should not be crowded or have gaps, and men's teeth are also slightly boxier, while woman's teeth are smaller and more rounded. While much emphasis is [...]

Concerned with Smile Imperfections?2019-05-21T08:00:42-07:00

What’s Your Smile Say?

The most famous smile in history belongs to Leonardo da Vinci's famous painting, the Mona Lisa. Generations of art analysts have speculated over its meaning. Seductive? Bashful? Secretly knowing? Or could it be, given her upturned—but firmly closed lips, that she was ashamed of showing her teeth? Could they have been chipped, stained, crooked or gapped? These days there’s no need to hide your smile because your teeth aren't perfect. Modern cosmetic [...]

What’s Your Smile Say?2015-04-28T00:00:46-07:00

Cosmetic Bonding: Your Solution to a Brighter Smile?

While cosmetic bonding is well over 25 years old, improvements in the materials have recently made bonding one of the hottest item in dentistry. Bonding is a procedure in which a white plastic filling can be applied to the natural outer surface of the tooth. We can take a discolored or broken tooth and “glue” a fresh surface on it. Another common concern is spaces between front teeth called diastemsas. [...]

Cosmetic Bonding: Your Solution to a Brighter Smile?2015-01-13T00:00:04-08:00
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