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Bioclear vs. crowns

To prepare a crown, you must remove a lot of tooth structure, making this an irreversible procedure.

Another problem with crowns is a snap-off fracture, meaning the crown and underlying tooth structure break off at the gumline. If there isn’t enough tooth structure remaining, the only option is to extract the tooth and replace it with a dental implant or bridge.

Bioclear can strengthen the structure of your tooth and restore its function, without cutting any tooth at all!

Bioclear vs. bonding

While both procedures use a composite resin, there are key differences.

Traditional bonding is more at risk for staining, chipping and cracking, and frequent replacement.

Bioclear is more durable, stain-resistant, and longer-lasting than cosmetic bonding. It’s also better suited for hiding those dark, black triangle shapes between your teeth.