Bonding: before & after
Suffering with decayed, chipped or cracked teeth can make you want to hide your smile from the world.
Dr. Gruner can help you bring out your most beautiful smile with dental bonding. By placing a tooth colored resin over your teeth, you will be left with a restored smile and boosted self-esteem. Take a look at our dental bonding before and after photos to see the brand new smile Dr. Gruner has created for our dental bonding patients in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter and Wellington, Florida.
Posterior Composites (back teeth)
This series of patients shows posterior (back) teeth in which I have taken the silver fillings out and replaced them with tooth colored material which is made of composite. This technique is very conservative in that little to no tooth has been removed. This procedure can be used in place of a crown which has considerable financial savings to the patient. Please notice the difference between my finished composite in patient #1 versus a typical white filling done by someone else. The other patients are examples of the same.
Posterior Composites (front teeth)
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I see Dr. Gruner?
I have high anxiety about seeing the dentist, even though I know I should. What are my options?
Dr. Gruner and his staff realize there are many patients who are timid about going to the dentist. For these patients with high anxiety we offer nitrous oxide sedation to make your experience here more relaxed.
My gums bleed when I brush my teeth, what does that mean?
If you have sensitive gums and they bleed when you brush your teeth, it may be a sign of gingivitis. Be sure to floss regularly remove the plaque from your gums and see Dr. Gruner twice a year.
I hear so much about gingivitis, what is it?
What are my options if I am missing teeth?
How can I whiten my teeth?
Dr. Gruner offers patients with two types of teeth whitening, at home and in-office. It is also recommended that you try to avoid things that may discolor your teeth such as smoking, coffee and red wine.
I grind my teeth at night, should I do something about it?
Yes. We offer night guards and other options for patients who grind their teeth at night. It is important to take care of this before it leads to breaking and cracking of your teeth.