The smile’s beauty depends on the harmony between teeth, gums and face.
As dentists, we focus on the teeth’ shape, colour and position. Is it enough? A smile is attractive when teeth harmonise with the gums, lips (shape, length, thickness) and face.
Analysing the face’s symmetry and proportions between front, nose, and chin helps us achieve better results.
Aesthetic dental treatments include the following:
- Ceramic veneers and crowns
Invisible Orthodontics: transparent aligners to improve dental alignment
- Direct and indirect composite reconstructions and fillings
- White spot removal.
- Teeth whitening
- Removal of old amalgam restorations and replacement with aesthetic restorative material.
All of these treatments are carried out after visiting the patient to understand their needs, ambitions, and expectations. Afterwards, we meticulously examine the aesthetic imperfection, creating mock-ups. These mock-ups simulate the anticipated outcome, enabling both the patient and the dentist to evaluate the accuracy of the planned approach and ensure satisfaction with the proposed results. Finally, we proceed with the treatment.
Not if it is done correctly.
Professional tooth whitening is the least invasive way to improve a smile, making it an affordable and unrivalled alternative for many people. That’s why it’s one of the most popular aesthetic techniques.
While home whitening kits and DIY methods are strongly discouraged, opting for professional whitening treatments ensures both safety and effectiveness.