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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolDental: DMD, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, 1996
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Surgical Implant Dentistry, The Univesity of Miami School of Medicine
Treatments offered at Palm Beach Dental Group
Most popular answers from Andrew E. Rudnick, DMD
Cosmetic gum recountouring may improve your smile, it just depends on how much of a "gum lift" you want. It may be necessary to have crown lengthening... READ MORE
Crowns should last a long time. As you know proper checkups and dental hygiene are very important. That being said, 80% of crown/dental restoration... READ MORE
It may be a bonding or bite issue go back to the dr that placed them and see what he thinks READ MORE
Either on may be the right choice. First, have your dentist determine if you grind or clench your teeth. If you are a grinder or clencher, the veneer... READ MORE
It is very difficult to remove a broken file, especially in this location. Many people in this situation choose to have the tooth extracted and an... READ MORE
I would recommend orthodontics and then veneers. Otherwise you will be miserable. It would be difficult to get the results you want and the tooth... READ MORE
Yes, It can be done, but the situation must be right. You need good bone volume and density, otherwise they may fail. Make sure to get a cbct scan to... READ MORE
What to Do with Receeding Gums? I've Had Receeding Gums for a Long Time Due to Bruxism and Bad Teeth Position? (photo)
It appears from the photo that you have some occlusal/bite issues. When on clenches and grinds, the gum tend to receed. Even with bonding, which has... READ MORE
You could absolutely replace the front with LAVA crowns. A more esthetic option would be EMAX crowns. Keep in mind that you have a very narrow upper... READ MORE
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