If you’ve smiled into the mirror and noticed tiny dark triangles between your teeth at the top, you’re not alone. Many patients, even those who undergo orthodontic treatment, find that these spaces remain. Most patients assume that they can’t be fixed. Dr. Jordan Soll of Central Dental Group can now help patients address those dark spaces with the Bioclear Method. This treatment involves wrapping a dental composite and around the tooth with an advanced dental tool to fill the space and complete the smile.

Patients who are considering Bioclear treatment often ask how it is different from other cosmetic dental procedures such as bonding or veneers. While these treatments are effective for some dental needs, they fall short when addressing the dark spaces. Bonding is often not smooth enough and the rough edges create an area where bacteria and plaque can attach, which leads to staining, tooth decay, and gum disease. Veneers are an effective way to enhance the front of the teeth, however, Bioclear offers several advantages, including:

  • Veneers require some of the tooth’s enamel to be removed in order to allow space for the veneer to be placed. With Bioclear treatment, material is only added to make the tooth stronger.
  • The Bioclear Method uses composite material instead of porcelain and can be repaired. When veneers chip or break they need to be replaced.
  • The Bioclear Method is more affordable.

While many patients want to address these black spaces for cosmetic reasons, it’s also important to note that the health of your mouth can be greatly improved if the spaces are filled in. Without Bioclear, these spaces can trap food and cause dental health problems over time. With Bioclear, patients not only have a more attractive smile, but have less risk of gum disease, tooth decay, and bad breath.

If you live in the Toronto area and have been told that you can’t fix the dark triangles in your smile, call Dr. Jordon Soll today. He will examine your smile, and determine the best way to help you achieve the results you want.

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