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5 out of 5 stars Dental Bonding

Hands down best dentist ever!

Extremely knowledgeable and honest. Dr. Konig gave me the pros and cons of veneers vs bonding and helped me pick that best option. He catered to my needs and listened to everything I had to say. My teeth look so natural it's like I was born with them.

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.

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Dr. Konig truly spends time with you to discuss your needs and concerns. He believes in providing you with options that will suit your needs.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: University of Texas at Austin
    Dental: DDS, Baylor College of Dentistry
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residencies:
    Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dentistry
    LD Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Studies
    Fellowship: Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dentistry - Cosmetics and Neuromuscular Dentistry

Treatments offered at Konig Center for Cosmetic & Comprehensive Dentistry

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Cost of Dental Bonding for Black Triangles Because my Top Incisors Are Too Wide?

I am in agreement with Lorin Berlands answer below. The space can easily be closed with contemporary bonding techniques and no anesthesia is necessary... READ MORE

Porcelain Veneers Vs Dental Crowns?

It appears to me that you have many good answers to this question already listed. I would like to add that your bite is a consideration. If you are... READ MORE

Can Veneers Be Taken off if I Want Them Removed?

Porcelain veneers can be removed. However, if the teeth were prepped or reduced to place the veneers (most cases are or the veneers will look bulky)... READ MORE

Non Preparation Porcelain Veneers

Excellent thought. I totally agree with some of the other responses below. In addition, it is important to remember that not all cases are good... READ MORE

No Upper Teeth- Need the Best Implant Procedure for Replacing Teeth. What Is It?

If you are looking for the best, then some type of fixed dental bridges is the best and certainly the most well liked as well. Fixed means that you... READ MORE

Help, Do my Veneers Look Fake? ( photo)

I take it that you are not happy with your veneers or you would not have been writing to Real Self. If you are not pleased, you should definitely talk... READ MORE

Dental Surgery Before Reconstruction of Cleft-like Lip?

In my practice, I do a quite a bit of work with Cleft lip/palate patients. As the restoring dentist I coordinate the treatment with the oral surgeon... READ MORE

Should I Have Large Gaps Between my 4 in 1 Dental Implants and the Gum Line?

The question is how long have you had the implant and hybrid denture? If it has been a number of years, you may have some bone loss around the... READ MORE

How Frequently Do Veneers on Front Teeth Chip or Come Off?

There are several factors that come into play when you ask about veneers on the front teeth chipping or coming off.  This is, in my opinion,... READ MORE

The Screw Head of the Dental Implant Broke Off. Is This Common? How Difficult to Fix?

This can happen, the question is why did it happen? Are there not enough implants to support what is in place? Are the implants not parallel? Can you... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Konig

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