What is Personalized Smile Design?
Every smile is different, so personalized smile design is a very important aspect of our services. Our team has advanced training, cutting-edge technology and a personalized approach to identify your needs, design a customized treatment plan and deliver the best possible results. We can combine cosmetic treatments with a smile design or perform restorative dental treatment to address health issues.
Why Smile Design?
Smile design is an advanced approach to correcting one or more problems such as;
.Irregularly shaped or peg-shaped teeth
.Misalignment gapped, crooked or crowded teeth
.Overbite, underbite or crossbite (upper anterior teeth anterior, lower anterior teeth anterior, crossbite)
.Yellow or discolored teeth
.Chipped or broken teeth
.Broken or decayed teeth
.Outdated tooth designs
Personalized Smile Design
Personalized smile design is used to create an aesthetic smile in dentistry. Since an aesthetic smile is also a healthy smile, smile design has become more and more popular over the years. Smile design begins with the creation of a smile that completes the patient’s face. Each design is unique to the patient. Dentists consider three things: face, smile and teeth
Face Analysis within the Scope of Personalized Digital Smile
Studies have shown that people with symmetrical faces and smiles are more attractive. For this purpose, the face is analyzed digitally from the front and the side. All facial features are evaluated for symmetry.
Smile Analysis as Part of a Personalized Smile Design
Smile analysis includes evaluation of the lips, teeth, and gums. Each tooth is compared to the others and then to the smile as a whole.
The midline is an imaginary vertical line drawn down the middle of the face. This line should lie between your two upper central incisors or your upper two front teeth.
The smile line is a description of how the upper front teeth follow the shape or curve of the lower lip. When you smile, the edges of the upper teeth should lightly touch the lower lip. When the lip is rough, the teeth can look uneven.
Gum Shape and Contour
Your gums shouldn’t show too much in your smile. Three millimeters or less of gum tissue should be visible when smiling. The visual shapes of the anterior teeth are partially outlined by the gingival combs above. They should not be irregular in shape or height.
Straight teeth are sequential teeth without crowding, overlapping, or gaps. White teeth are bright and monochromatic. Straight, white teeth are the most attractive, but size and shape are just as important.
.Central incisors (top two anterior teeth): Width-height ratio of the upper central incisors should be 75-80%. The top two front teeth should be rectangular and longer than they are wide.
.Length: The lower edges of the canines should be at the same horizontal level as the central incisors. The lateral incisors should be slightly shorter.
.Inclination: The upper anterior teeth should be inclined or slightly inclined towards the tooth midline so that the two teeth on either side of the upper central incisors are suitable.
Personalized smile design is evaluated both physically and psychologically. It offers you the chance to realize your dreams, expectations and wishes regarding your smile, which is one of our most important assets. People considering a custom design collaborate with their doctors as a team, discussing the end-to-end process and the desired result before any decision is made. Pre-planning is an important step towards achieving the desired smile.
Shape and Dimensions
Worrying about the shape or size (length and/or width) of your teeth can really cause some discomfort. Keep in mind that this is an issue that cosmetic dentistry can address with many different approaches.
We offer personalized smile design to help you achieve a more beautiful white tone for your smile. You can contact us about teeth whitening if the teeth are yellowed, stained or not as bright as they could be.
Whatever is causing your smile to look uniform, we can usually help with cosmetic dentistry. For example, does the continuity of your smile deteriorate because there are gaps between your teeth? Overlays can solve this problem.
When your smile seems disproportionate, there can be many reasons why this is happening. It could have something to do with the length of your teeth or the position of your teeth. If your teeth are incorrectly positioned due to tongue pressure, help from an orthodontist will be sought. It may also be related to your gumline. It can be corrected.
Now you know that you can overcome different problems with your smile. Although you have learned many artistic smile design details that you are curious about, there may be something left; Like texture? What can you do if your smile is not as bright or smooth as you would like due to some flaws? You can also solve this problem with coating treatments.