Fix uneven teeth color

fix uneven teeth color

Teeth whitening won't work on Crowns or Veneers

Fix tooth shade mismatch

Uneven teeth color is not the reason for you to hide your smile. Suppose the shade of your natural teeth is patchy or not-even color after professional whitening. In that case, your tooth enamel may have grown thin and slowly exposed the dentin, which is underneath the enamel that gives a yellowish color. At this stage, it is impossible to even out the color with teeth whitening.
If your crown's color is too white and opaque and becomes more noticeable, it is time for you to consider the other treatment options. In either case, when professional breaching does not work, we recommend that you get a porcelain veneer or crown to flatten the color of the teeth.

Matching the color of teeth is tricky. Teeth have shade, not just a color. If you have a dental crown or veneer with a different color from the rest of the teeth, you cannot expect even colored teeth afterward. The inorganic materials used in crowns and veneers do not react to whitening agents as real teeth do. Conversely, it is impossible to match the remaining teeth to the color of the crown.

Toni had two front crowns. The color of the crown is white and too opaque, making it stand out. We achieved a nice smile with eight veneers and an all-porcelain crown. A beautifully shaped smile made up of bright white teeth helps with a youthful look.

Dr.Shimizu is an implant dentists who have proven levels of experience and skills. He will seat crowns correctly the first time, giving your a new smile that will make you look and feel more attractive.

Giving people the smile they want is our passion!

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Dr. Shimizu is an accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. There are only 404 dental professionals worldwide (Only six in Houston area) as of 2020 who have achieved this prestigious honor.

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