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Rejuvenating Worn Teeth Gives Patients New Lease on Smiling
Date:3/29/2011

LOS ANGELES, March 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Age creeps up on us faster than we would like. We conceal it with hair color and other anti-aging tricks, but our teeth tell all.  Old crowns and worn teeth can often use a "lift" to restore them to a more youthful appearance.  Thanks to SmileSimplicity™, developed by non-invasive dentistry pioneer Dr. Robert Ibsen, worn teeth and dental work can be painlessly rejuvenated.  

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SmileSimplicity, a breakthrough cosmetic and structural restoration technique, preserves original, healthy tooth structure and does not require painful shots. The procedure allows dentists to correct chips and rotated teeth and restore tooth erosion without using anesthetic needles, drills, or temporaries.  

Traditional veneer techniques involve grinding away 1 mm or more of natural tooth, requiring injections.  Removing this amount of tooth structure can sometimes damage pulp and potentially require a root canal.  With the new SmileSimplicity procedure, patients will no longer experience pain, discomfort, or sensitivity of conventional veneering methods.

Committed to bringing his preservative, patient-friendly SmileSimplicity technique to his colleagues, Dr. Ibsen hosts monthly continuing education (CE) webinars.  These online CE courses cover a broad range of topics, including case selection, adhesion, color correction, finishing, polishing, post-orthodontic treatment, and solutions for worn and esthetically flawed dentition.

The upcoming live webinar on April 28, 2011, will focus on restoring tooth erosion, correcting short, rotated teeth and whitening discolored enamel with the SmileSimplicity procedure.  For more information, visit www.SmileSimplicity.com, email info@smilesimplicity.com, or call (805) 346-8100.

About Robert L. Ibsen, DDS

Dr. Ibsen's mission is to practice and teach protection of the pulp through conservative treatments. He is a graduate of the USC School of Dentistry and the Southern California College of Optometry. He is a Fellow of the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics, American and International College of Dentists, American Academy of General Practice, Academy of Dentistry International, Academy of International Dental Studies, American Academy of Dental Materials, and Academy of General Dentistry.

For over four decades, Ibsen has been an internationally respected authority on dental adhesion and preservation of tooth structure.  Previously the founder of Den-Mat® Corporation, developer of Rembrandt® Oral Care Products, and inventor of LUMINEERS® porcelain veneers, Dr. Ibsen is now the founder and president of SmileSimplicity.


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