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Front: This young executive woman has ground her teeth flat by bruxism.
Front: Look at how the entire edge of her canines and incisors is missing.
Front: This gives her an aged or "reverse" smile, because the front teeth are shorter than the back teeth.
Front: This is a healthy mouth with no dental disease.
Front: All of the teeth are flattened as if a large file had been used to make them even.
Front: Look carefully at the front teeth to see how the tooth enamel that covered the inner part of the tooth (dentin) is worn through.
Front: The bruxism broke the porcelain off of her lower left crown.
Front: The right side, showing the worn teeth (Teeth are not supposed to be flat).
Front: The left side with broken crown.
Front: Eight teeth had the worn tooth enamel replaced with bonding (compare to photo 4).
Front: Look at how the edges meet now with pretty, rounded youthful tooth shape restored(compare to photo 5).
Front: A new youthful smile in one visit- teeth in a day (compare to photo 1 and 2).