Month: October 2016

Slideshare Presentation – Can You Tell the Difference Between Real Teeth and Dental Implants or Porcelain Veneers?

If you have to get dental implants or porcelain veneers, you may be concerned that they won’t look just like your natural teeth. In this presentation, we answer these questions for you and show you how Dr. Konig’s customized technology and technique ensures that no one will be able to tell. Please view this presentation …

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Can TMJ that has been locking and popping for years be corrected without surgery

TMJ pain and issues are often complex, often involving popping and/or locking, however, most TMJ problems can be corrected non-surgically. Locking and popping jaws rarely get better on their own.  This is true even for chronic case.  One of the first things in line is to  diagnose the condition to see what the cause is. Many times a …

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Facial Corrections with Functional Cosmetic Dentistry™

Facial Corrections with Functional Cosmetic Dentistry™ Many patients are unaware cosmetic dentistry alone will not correct TMJ issues, poor profiles, aging appearance, a short lower 1/3 of the face, or even changes in chin appearance.  Simply placing porcelain veneers can enhance the smile but not correct some of these problems. In this case note the changes in this …

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