Kashana’s Worn Down Teeth


Kashana was willing to make the trip to Tacoma, Washington’s Bioclear Clinic, from out of state, because she was interested in how the Bioclear Method could be employed to conservatively treat her black triangle teeth, repair her broken lower teeth and restore her thinning, chipping, upper teeth. Her issues happen to us all. From attrition due to unstable tooth-to-tooth contact such as unconscious grinding and abrasion resulting from abrasive toothpastes and toothbrushes to erosion caused by eating acidic foods or drinking carbonated beverages—there are almost too many ways for the enamel coating your teeth to wear down. Untreated, worn-down teeth can lead to additional deterioration and problems including pain and even infection. Which is all in addition to the obvious cosmetic concerns.

Fortunately for Kashana, even though her smile had been negatively impacted by damage and tooth decay Dr. Clark was able to restore her smile using Bioclear. The Bioclear Method is a relatively inexpensive, alternative to the porcelain veneers other cosmetic dentists would have fitted by grinding away portions of Kashana’s already worn-down teeth. Using Bioclear Matrixes, Dr. Clark was able to injection mold, tooth-colored, dental composite around Kashana’s damaged teeth—preserving the remaining tooth structure while fully restoring her smile.

Don’t just take our word for it though, press play and see for yourself.


Michael’s Black Triangle Teeth


Michael is a Doctor who contacted our dental office in Tacoma, concerned about his smile, because of the black triangle-shaped gaps between his teeth. His situation was not unique. You see, roughly 30% of adults have open gingival embrasures commonly known as black triangles. These dark gaps between teeth can make a smile look older than it is and even lead to dental health problems because they can result in excessive plaque or food particle build up.  Fortunately for Michael, the Bioclear Method is a minimally invasive and cost effective composite bonding technique that’s an alternative to the porcelain veneers most cosmetic dentist would turn to in order to treat a case like his.  It’s ideally suited to closing black triangle gaps, improving the integrity of his gums and the appearance of his smile.

Of course, you don’t have to take our word for it, you can press play and see for yourself.

Repairing Jess' Broken Tooth


Jess contacted Tacoma, Washington’s Bioclear Dental Clinic after having had an unfortunate accident. She’d broken two teeth, a front tooth and the tooth next to it. Fortunately, her other front tooth was completely undamaged. So Dr Clark's primary cosmetic challenge, as he endeavored to restore her smile and repair her broken teeth, using The Bioclear Method, was simply color matching the composite resin to the intact tooth. Give the video a watch and let us know what you think of the results.