Black triangles are a common cosmetic dental issue that occur when a gap forms between two teeth, usually at the gum line. These spaces can result in food becoming trapped, causing decay and gum disease. They can also detract from the appearance of your smile.
We can effectively close black triangle between teeth through a cosmetic dentistry procedure (or a combination of procedures) and improve the appearance of the affected teeth.
The specific treatment plan depends on the cause and extent of the gap, but may involve reshaping the teeth, using dental bonding or veneers, or an orthodontic treatment such as Invisalign.
By closing the gap and restoring the natural appearance of the teeth, black triangle closures can improve the health and beauty of your smile.
Closing diastemas, commonly referred to as "tooth gaps" are achieved through a cosmetic dental procedure with a specific focus on closing the gaps or spaces between teeth. These gaps can occur naturally or as a result of missing teeth, gum disease, or other dental problems. Diastemas can have both functional and cosmetic implications, making it difficult to clean and maintain good oral hygiene, and affecting the appearance of the smile.
Diastema closures typically involve a cosmetic dentistry procedure, such as dental bonding, porcelain veneers, dental crowns, or orthodontic treatment such as Invisalign. Individually or through a combination of these services, we can close the gap and restore the natural appearance of the teeth. The specific treatment plan depends on the cause and extent of the gap and your goals for your smile. By closing the gap and restoring the natural appearance of the teeth, diastema closures can improve both the health and the beauty of your smile.
Our office uses an innovative dental material to close gaps between teeth and restore and improve the appearance of your smile.
Bioclear Matrices are thin, clear plastic templates that are placed over the teeth to help reshape and contour them, thus eliminating gaps and 'black triangles' between teeth. These matrices are designed to be used in combination with composit resin, a material commonly used in cosmetic dentistry to reshape and rebuild teeth (such as chipped teeth).
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