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Best Cosmetic Dentist Houston 2009 - Ronald Konig, DDS, FAGD

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You might want to don sunglasses before walking into Ronald Konig's cosmetic dental practice: The smiles there are dazzlingly bright. One patient reports that losing a front tooth — horrifying, yet not uncommon when an old root canal mummifies — was made far less traumatic by Konig and his team, who produced a comfortable and attractive "flipper" (mini denture) before the new implant could be installed. Meticulous care is taken to size your own personal super-bleaching trays, and Konig also focuses on neuromuscular dentistry, a.k.a. TMJ. A bonus to the location near the Med Center is his proximity to an excellent oral surgeon and periodontist, Stephen C. Watson, DDS, just down the hall on the same floor. Together, they work efficiently to ensure your new teeth are stable and gawgeous.

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summerbrookdentall
summerbrookdentall

Dentistry is really getting better by innovations in the techniques. I had problems with my teeth and I was so worried for that. Then I found a dental care aurora co  and got rid of the problem. Such advancements will reduce our dental issues.

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marcusfillion
marcusfillion

I think walking into any dental clinic produces that blinding effect. Even the secretary can usually make me feel self-conscious about my smile! I think I have to keep up on my whitening more than most people. If I don't stay on top of it, my teeth go a dingy yellow color. | http://www.coredental.ca/services/cosmetic/

jaxwillis23
jaxwillis23

Getting cosmetic dentistry can be a difficult choice to make. A lot of people seem to have a problem with it. I think that people are too concerned about it. It really shouldn't matter what people do to help themselves battle insecurities. If I had a problem with my teeth, I would want to change them. Other people should have that option as well.

http://www.alliancefamilydental.com/cosmetic-dentistry/ 

mikelintro
mikelintro

When I was little I was missing both of my front teeth for quite some time. Even for Christmas. It was pretty funny. Obviously my teeth did grow in, but I can't imagine how it would be to be missing any of my adult teeth due to not taking care of my teeth and gums. If I were to lose a tooth, I would probably get a dental implant. Which would require a good periodontist. http://www.yourhealthygums.com

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