David Cheng, DDS
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolDental School:
University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry
Treatments offered at BC Dental Care
Most popular answers from David Cheng, DDS
Usually when you straighten the upper teeth, you have to also straighten the bottom so that the bite is right. Cost for one arch is the same for both... READ MORE
To ensure proper healing following implant surgery, studies have shown that one must refrain from smoking for 2 weeks prior to surgery. READ MORE
You can cut the Invisalign tray where it fits over the crown. This will allow you to seat the Invisalign tray even if there is a new crown. READ MORE
If the thinning is the result of loss of enamel on the inside, then veneers will not solve the problem. You are better off with a full coverage option... READ MORE
Both will do the job, but a veneer or crown will have a better long term esthetic result as porcelain is very stain resistant as opposed to composite... READ MORE
Switching from traditional braces to Invisalign is possible, however the cost associated with removing the braces and ordering Invisalign aligners is... READ MORE
The Invisalign aligners can certainly be used as teeth whitening trays. I have had several of my patients use this technique with good success. READ MORE
Invisalign is not very effective in pulling down teeth as with traditional braces. Cases with an open bite are better treated with traditional braces... READ MORE
Invisalign has the benefits of being nearly Invisible, the ability to remove the trays when eating and brushing making it more hygienic than... READ MORE
You are better off doing traditional braces. Invisalign is limited to mild to moderately complex cases. Once you involve orthongathic surgery, your... READ MORE
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