The smile design is the name given to the design of the patient's teeth, mouth and face to be aesthetically matched to the best smile. The smile design includes different applications for each patient. For the best smile, the process is determined and the road map is drawn and put into practice.
Smile design is the name given to the design of the patient's teeth, mouth and face to be aesthetically compatible with each other and to design for the best smile. Smile design includes different applications for each patient. A road map is drawn and put into practice by determining the actions to be taken for the best smile.
While designing the smile, it is necessary to evaluate the patient's teeth together with the entire facial area. By designing the relations between teeth, gums and lips in accordance with the face structure and character of the person, we provide an aesthetic mouth and smile for each individual. It should be noted that smile design practices differ for each individual.
How to Smile Design?
A photograph is taken of the patient's teeth and surroundings. The photograph is transferred to the digital environment and examined and transferred to the software program. Program Tooth profiles in different structures are placed in the photograph and its compatibility with the face is evaluated. The most suitable profile is selected and interpreted.
The second stage is done with the tooth model taken from the patient. This model is prepared from temporary materials (wax-up method). Before the procedure is performed on the patient, the evaluation is made by attaching them to the natural teeth. Since these temporary teeth give clear results on the patient, they are given their final shape by making corrections, additions and various changes. Thus, you have the chance to see the result before the process starts.
While designing the smile, naturalness is preserved as much as possible. The method that provides the least material loss from the patient's teeth is preferred. The material to be used varies according to the patient's aesthetic expectation, the condition of the teeth and the cost.