Get Your Dream Smile, But Stay Clear From These Bites
- Posted on: Apr 4 2013
Every bite is structured for a specific purpose. Some are designed for power while some are designed to strategically hunt. This article explains the top 10 animal bites that will completely destroy you, and you should stay clear from them for good reasons.
The Nile crocodile is listed as number one with a bite of 5000 pounds per square inch (PSI). In one snap, this mighty beast can take down anything who crosses his path (zebras, birds, even small hippos).
The Human Bite
Even though our bites are not designed to take down a live zebra, it is cleverly designed to chew, yawn, speak, and do much more. However, not all of our bites are appropriately aligned to fulfill its daily functions. Thankfully, I am one of the top cosmetic dentists in Atlanta who can rebuild your smile and bite relationship with full mouth reconstruction.
While I cannot reconstruct your bite to have the power of 5000 PSI like the Nile crocodile, I have completed the extensive training and education to accurately restore the function and look of your smile.
Enriching Your Treatment By Continued Education
To provide you with the best possible treatment, I am attending a full mouth reconstruction course this week at the Kois Center in Seattle to further my comprehensive knowledge about the bite relationship. At this course, I will get hands on experience about the bite relationship and know when complex treatment may not be necessary.
By expanding my knowledge about the bite relationship, you can rely on me to provide you the best treatment possible to ensure your smile is beautiful and functioning properly.
The Nile crocodile may have a vicious bite, but you can have the smile of your dreams that displays your personality while functioning comfortably. Give us a call today and ask us how we can give you a beautiful and functional smile!
Were you shocked about the top 10 powerful bites? What are your top 10? Share your thoughts below!
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