What is Smile Designing?

Smile designing treatment or a smile makeover is a treatment. An experienced professional will take a close look at the hard and the soft tissues of the mouth. Based on this personalised analysis, a dentist will recommend a couple of adjustments that will lead to serious aesthetical improvement.

Once the facial analysis has been completed by your dental professional, procedures will be recommended and the most common ones include teeth whitening, gum work and teeth straightening.

In essence, you’ll be getting a comprehensive solution that takes in consideration the specifics of your face and bases the improvements on the outcome that you’d like to get. If necessary, dentist may suggest a few additional procedures like laser dentistry and gum disease treatment. The two of you will work as a team to make sure that the results you get improve the appearance of your smile and they boost your oral health.

The Advantages of Smile Designing

The approach towards dealing with a problem is individualised. Your dentist will be paying attention to your particular issue rather than giving you a generic solution. Because of this personalisation, you can expect stellar results.

Depending on the procedures that have been included in your smile design plan, the results can be almost instantaneous. You can have your teeth whitened during the very same session. If you choose a more complex approach to smile designing, you’ll need to visit the clinic a few times. Still, you’re going to get results within a very short period of time.

Finally, during the initial analysis appointment, you’ll be informed about the procedures, the eventual risks, the cost of each treatment and the results that you can expect. Having all of this information will simplify the task of making a decision and being 100 per cent confident in the course of action you’ve chosen.

Who can benefit from the smile designing treatment?

A smile design treatment is suitable for just about everyone.

The Life of Your Smile Makeover

Cosmetic dentistry procedures require regular oral hygiene care and may require maintenance over time. For example, teeth whitening must be repeated on occasion in order to maintain brightness. Porcelain veneers may chip or break off and need replacement. Permanent composite bonding may stain and require enhancement or replacement. Dental crowns typically require replacement after 10 to 15 years. Gummy smile improvements may also require enhancement over time.