Neville Richter, DDS
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolDental: DDS, Indiana University School of Dentistry
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I'm getting married. I can't afford braces, would porcelain veneers work for my front and canine tooth? (photos)
My opinion is that that these crooked teeth cannot be masked by veneers. It will even be difficult to correct orthodontically. Save your hard earned... READ MORE
Will the veneer and jaw pain ever go away? When should I start to panic? Will I need to take all the teeth out and get dentures?
I sense two different problems. The first is that the idea of a standard amount reduction is specious. Reduction is based on many different factors.... READ MORE
Yes, they can be lengthened. It would be better than bonding, too, but a more lengthy treatment.Ask an orthodontist to use braces to even both teeth... READ MORE
What can I do to fix my wonky smile and spaced, small teeth? It seems like my smile is more raised on one side (Photo)
Your wonky smile, as beautiful as it is, is caused by a problem in your jaw joint. Please find a very competent dentist who will order an MRI of your... READ MORE
Absolutely find an orthodontist who will move the canines back to where they belong to make room for lateral implants at around age 17-20.Do NOT let... READ MORE
Stop!Your open bite and "canting" is due to a temporomandibular joint problem. Jaw surgery, veneers, or gum work will not address the problem.you must... READ MORE
No, absolutely not! You might be pleasantly surprised how much better looking your teeth are afterwards and not want veneers. READ MORE
See a periodontist and have him assess whether the implant is placed in an optimal position. If it is then see a prosthodontist who can place an... READ MORE
Your teeth look perfectly natural. There is variation in value and chroma (whiteness and saturation) from front teeth toward the back teeth. This is... READ MORE
Your teeth seem to be in reasonably good shape. They also seem to be reasonably aligned. So the answer is yes, you are a good candidate for veneers. READ MORE
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