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Smile Designing

Each smile is distinct and how it appears depends on a numbers of factors. It is therefore extremely important that it is in harmony with the proportions and shape of the face, as well as with personality and age.

Thus before the right dental cosmetic procedures to be done are determined, a Smile Analysis is done. This reveals the different aspects of your smile when you are slightly smiling, actively smiling, or laughing. In analyzing the smile the shape and curves of your lips, the teeths, and gums are reviewed.

Depending on the condition of the mouth, teeth, gums, jaw structure, and general oral health, smile designing is often a multi-disciplinary treatment. 


Various procedures done in Smile Desigening are:

• Bleaching of discoloured teeth
• Replacing missing teeth
• Full mouth rehabilitation
• Tooth coloured fillings
• Closure of spaces between the teeth
• Correction of shape 
• Correction of rotated or mal-aligned teeth
• Gum de-pigmentation
• Re-contouring of gums
• Aesthetic crown lengthening

1. Bleaching of discoloured teeth-

  Bleaching is a common cosmetic dental treatment used to whiten and brighten discoloured teeth. This can be done using various methods, including in-office treatments performed by a dentist, at-home treatments using custom-fitted trays and whitening gel, or over-the-counter whitening products. However, it's important to note that not all types of tooth discoloration can be effectively treated with bleaching, and it's always best to consult with a dentist to determine the best treatment option for your individual needs.

2. Replacing missing teeth-

   Replacing missing teeth can be done through various methods, such as dental implants, bridges, and dentures. The best option will depend on individual circumstances, such as the number and location of missing teeth, bone density, and overall oral health. It is recommended to consult with a dentist or prosthodontist to determine the most suitable treatment plan.

3. Full mouth rehabilitation-

   Full mouth rehabilitation is a comprehensive dental treatment that involves restoring all of a patient teeths, including the bite and occlusion, to improve their overall oral health and function. This may involve a combination of procedures such as crowns, bridges, veneers, implants, and orthodontics. The goal is to create a healthy, functional, and aesthetically pleasing smile.

4. Tooth coloured fillings-

   Tooth-colored fillings, also known as composite fillings, are a type of dental filling material made of a mixture of plastic and glass. They are used to repair teeths that have been damaged by decay or trauma, and are designed to blend in with the natural colour of the tooth, making them a popular alternative to traditional silver amalgam fillings. They can be applied in a single dental visit and can last for several years with proper care.

5. Closure of spaces between the teeth-

    Closure of spaces between teeths is a common concern among people who have gaps or spaces between their teeth. There are several reasons why people may want to close these gaps, including aesthetic reasons, functional concerns, or to prevent food from getting stuck between teeth. Whatever the reason may be, there are several ways to achieve closure of spaces between teeth. Dental bonding is a popular option for closing gaps between teeths. In this procedure, a tooth-colored resin is applied to the tooth to fill in the gap. This is a quick and easy procedure that can be done in one visit. It is also less expensive than other options like veneers or braces. However, dental bonding is not as durable as other options and may need to be redone in the future. Another option for closing spaces between teeth is veneers. Veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are placed over the front of teeth. They can be used to cover gaps between teeth, as well as to improve the appearance of stained or discolored teeth. Veneers are more durable than dental bonding but are more expensive and require more than one visit to the dentist.Orthodontic treatment, such as braces, can also be used to close gaps between teeth. Braces work by applying gentle pressure to teeth over a period of time, moving them into the desired position. Braces are more effective than bonding or veneers for closing large gaps and can also correct other issues, such as bite problems. However, braces can be more expensive and require a longer treatment time. In conclusion, there are several ways to achieve closure of spaces between teeth, and the best option for each person will depend on their specific needs and budget. Dental bonding, veneers, and braces are all effective options, and it is important to consult with a dentist to determine the best option for each individual.

6.  Correction of shape -

   The shape of teeth is an essential aspect of an individual's dental aesthetics. Many people have misshapen or poorly aligned teeth that can affect their self-confidence and smile. Dental technology has evolved to the point where the correction of the shape of teeth is now relatively straightforward. The correction of the shape of teeth can be achieved through various procedures, including dental bonding, veneers, and crowns. Dental bonding involves the application of a tooth-colored resin material to the tooth's surface. This resin is then shaped and polished to match the surrounding teeth, resulting in a more natural and symmetrical appearance. Veneers are thin shells that are placed over the front surface of the teeth, creating a uniform and attractive appearance. Veneers are made of porcelain or composite resin, which is color-matched to the surrounding teeth, giving the impression of a natural and consistent look. Crowns are a more extensive procedure, where a cap is placed over the entire tooth. Crowns are ideal for teeth that have significant damage or are severely misshapen. They can be made of porcelain, ceramic, or metal, depending on the patient's preference.In conclusion, correcting the shape of teeth is essential for improving dental aesthetics and can be achieved through various procedures. It is essential to consult with a dental professional to determine which option is best suited for an individual's dental needs.

7. Correction of rotated or mal-aligned teeth-

   Correction of rotated or mal-aligned teeth is a dental procedure that is aimed at correcting the positioning of teeth in the mouth. When teeth are not aligned properly, they can cause several issues, including poor oral hygiene, gum diseases, and poor self-esteem. In some cases, mal-aligned teeth can also lead to speech impediments, jaw pain, and difficulty eating. The correction of rotated or mal-aligned teeth involves the use of various orthodontic techniques, such as braces, clear aligners, and retainers. Braces are the most commonly used orthodontic treatment option for the correction of rotated or mal-aligned teeth. They consist of metal brackets and wires that are attached to the teeth and exert gentle pressure on them to move them into the desired position. Clear aligners are another popular orthodontic treatment option for the correction of rotated or mal-aligned teeth. They are made of transparent plastic and are custom-made to fit over the teeth. Clear aligners are a more discreet and comfortable alternative to braces. Retainers are a type of dental appliance that is used to maintain the position of the teeth after orthodontic treatment. They are typically worn at night and can help prevent the teeth from shifting back to their original position. In conclusion, the correction of rotated or mal-aligned teeth is an important dental procedure that can improve oral health, enhance appearance, and boost self-confidence. If you have rotated or mal-aligned teeth, it is essential to seek the advice of a qualified dental professional who can recommend the best treatment option for your specific needs.

8. Gum de-pigmentation-

   Gum de-pigmentation, also known as gum lightening or gum bleaching, is a cosmetic dental treatment that aims to lighten the color of the gums. Dark or unevenly pigmented gums can cause aesthetic concerns, which can be addressed by removing the pigmented layers of the gum. This procedure involves the use of a laser, which selectively removes the melanin pigment from the gums, resulting in a lighter and more uniform colour. Gum de-pigmentation is a safe and effective treatment that can improve the appearance of a smile, and it can be done in a single office visit. The results are long-lasting, and patients can enjoy a more confident and radiant smile.

9. Re-contouring of gums-

   Re-contouring of gums, also known as gum reshaping, is a cosmetic dental procedure that involves reshaping the gums to create a more aesthetically pleasing smile. This procedure is commonly performed for individuals who have excessive or uneven gum tissue. It is a quick and painless procedure that can be completed in a single dental visit. The process involves using a laser or scalpel to remove excess gum tissue and reshape the gum line. The result is a more symmetrical and balanced gum line that enhances the appearance. Gum reshaping can also be done in conjunction with other cosmetic dental treatments, such as veneers or teeth whitening, to create a complete smile makeover.

10. Aesthetic crown lengthening-

    Aesthetic crown lengthening is a dental procedure that involves removing gum tissue to expose more of the tooth's surface. The goal is to improve the tooth's appearance by making it appear longer and more symmetrical. It is often used to treat a "gummy" smile, where excess gum tissue covers too much of the tooth's surface. The procedure typically involves a local anesthetic and the use of a laser or scalpel to remove the gum tissue. Recovery time is typically minimal, with most patients able to return to normal activities within a few days. Aesthetic crown lengthening can be an effective way to enhance the appearance of a smile and improve overall oral health.

FAQ's Smile Designing

1.What is Smile Designing?

Smile Designing is the process of improving the appearance of your smile through various cosmetic dental procedures. It involves a combination of treatments such as teeth whitening, orthodontics, veneers, and gum reshaping to enhance the appearance of your teeth and create a more attractive smile.

2.Who can benefit from Smile Designing?

Anyone who wants to improve the appearance of their teeth and smile can benefit from Smile Designing. It is especially useful for those with discolored, misaligned, chipped or broken teeth, gaps between teeth or uneven gum lines.

3.What are the different procedures used in Smile Designing?

The procedures used in Smile Designing vary depending on the individual needs of the patient. Some of the common procedures used include teeth whitening, orthodontics, veneers, crowns, bridges, dental implants, and gum reshaping.

4.Is Smile Designing painful?

Most Smile Designing procedures are not painful and are performed under local anesthesia. Some procedures may cause mild discomfort, but your dentist will ensure that you are comfortable throughout the process.

5.How long does the Smile Designing process take?

The time taken for Smile Designing depends on the individual needs of the patient and the procedures involved. It may take a few weeks to several months to complete the entire process.