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Smile Design can correct a wide variety of cosmetic and practical dental problems. The smile design steps and desired results will reflect the unique needs and personal goals of each patient. Therefore, different smile designs are planned for everyone.

Things to consider in Smile Design:

 

• Whitening and brightening the teeth

Balance the alignment of the teeth

• Setting the front teeth at the same height and width

• Achieving a better gingiva-tooth ratio

• Strengthen teeth and dental function

• To ensure that patients' smiles match the curves of their lips.

• Reducing the risk of tooth decay, gum disease and infection

• To make the whole face look younger and healthier

 

WHAT ARE THE SMILE DESIGN OPTIONS?

A specially adapted Smile Design plan may include but is not limited to:

Teeth Whitening, Dental Crowns, Porcelain Veneers, Composite Veneers, Dental Implants, Gingival Shaping and Cosmetic Bonding ...

 

WHAT IS TEETH WHITENING?

Professional teeth whitening is the safest and most effective way to achieve significantly brighter and whiter teeth. Teeth become up to ten tons brighter. Over-the-counter tooth whitening products can make the gums overly sensitive, abrasive the tooth surface and give short-lived or inconsistent results. Store-bought teeth whitening treatments cannot achieve these results!

WHAT IS LAMINATED VENEER?

Laminated Veneer veneers are a great way to create beautiful symmetry when the person smiles. Laminated veneers cover the front surface of the teeth to obtain the ideal tooth shape and color. Each laminate is specially shaped to achieve the desired look of the patient. Laminated Veneers are also applied to enhance the appearance of cracked, discolored, cracked and broken teeth.

 

HOW DENTAL IMPLANTS ARE APPLIED?

Dental implants are permanent solutions that restore the patient's comfortable smile and chewing ability. Dental implants are compatible with the color of natural teeth. If patients have discolored or amorphous groups of teeth, a dental bridge helps to attach the implant to the dental crowns that will cover those teeth.