A great smile can be the most attractive feature of your face. A smile helps you express health, success, youth and sincerity.


Your dentist has many different techniques to shape, sculpt, and make your smile more beautiful.


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Smile : ) Because everything starts with a smile

Those who project self-confidence often have a brilliant smile and aren’t afraid to show it. Having white, straight teeth can go a long way towards instilling that confidence in yourself. Those who don’t have good teeth often don’t show them when smiling and tend to hide behind a shy exterior than those who are proud of their smile.

Improving Your Smile

A great smile can be the most attractive feature of your face. A smile helps you express health, success, youth and sincerity. It is a great asset in your personal, business and social contacts. So it’s important that you are happy with how your smile looks. But if you are like many people, you may not be.

Your dentist has many different techniques to shape, sculpt, and make your smile more beautiful. With a few simple steps, you can have a smile you feel great about. And treatment may be more affordable than you think.

How can you achieve the smile you want?

There are many cosmetic dentistry procedures you can pursue that will help you gain the confidence you need.

Aesthetic dentistry & Cosmetic dentistry

Depending on your situation, our dental professional will advise you of how long the entire treatment process will take, how many appointments will be necessary and what you can expect after each procedure.
During the consultation, options for local anesthesia (to numb the affected and surrounding areas) and sedation dentistry, if necessary, also will be discussed.

It is possible to apply a smile design for everybody, but the smile that will be designed is usually suitable for the work field of the person.
The goal of an esthetic makeover is to develop a peaceful and stable system, where the teeth, tissues, muscles, skeletal structures and joints all function in harmony . It is very important that when planning treatment for esthetics cases, smile design cannot be isolated from a comprehensive approach to patient care. Achieving a successful, healthy and functional result requires an understanding of the interrelationship among all the supporting oral structures, including the muscles, bones, joints, gingival tissues and occlusion.

  • Do you like the way your teeth look?
  • Do you dislike the color of any of your teeth?
  • Are there spaces between your teeth?
  • Do you have any chips or cracks on your teeth?
  • Are you missing any teeth?
  • Do you have any crooked teeth?
  • Do you feel your teeth are too long or too short?
  • Are you pleased with the shapes and position of your teeth?

If your answers show that you might want a change in your smile , you have to ask your dentist so he will choose the right cosmetic solution for you.

Tooth Whitening

Teeth become stained for many reasons – drinking coffee, tea or wine; smoking; and even aging can discolor teeth.

Tooth whitening is a process that makes discolored teeth whiter.

The bleach used for in-office (chair side) whitening is stronger than the bleach found in at-home whitening kits.

Keep in mind that not everyone’s teeth can become movie-star white.

Your dentist can recommend the whitening treatment that is right for you.

Gum Evaluation and Treatment

Pink gum tissue and lips provide a “frame” for the teeth, same as a quality frame on a valuable oil painting! Display of healthy soft tissue is essential to facial harmony, a beautiful smile and pleasing appearance!


Bonding can improve how your teeth look if they have the excess space between them, or if they are chipped, broken, stained, or cracked.

Dentists also use bonding materials to fill small cavities or to protect the exposed root of a tooth.

The dentist usually does this procedure in a single office visit by applying an etching solution followed by tooth-colored materials.

Although bonding can last for several years, it is more likely than other types of restorations to become chip or become stained or just wear down.

First Steps to a New Smile

Once you decide to improve your smile, the first step is to visit your dentist. At this visit, you will talk about the best plan for you. If you have any signs of dental disease, your dentist may recommend treatment for this. It’s important to have a healthy mouth before starting cosmetic treatment. These treatments and others can help you have more natural-looking and attractive teeth.

Mock Up

Wax up and mock up is the starting point of a successful smile design which brings the patient’s demands and dentists architecture together.

Diagnostic mock up is like a smile simulation which applied directly over your teeth by which you can see the final result before you start the dental treatment.


Lumineers are type of veneers that take less preparation and advanced dental work than traditional veneers.

Lumineers are thinner and a bit more translucent. For this reason they are not good option for severely discolored or decayed or malpositioned teeth. Unlike traditional veneers they don’t last too long and not as good at hiding damage to your teeth. They are less expensive and semipermanent.

What are Inlays & Onlays?

Composite resin fillings are good for repairing small decays or medium loss of tooth structure. They are not strong enough for larger cavities and are difficult to mimic natural tooth chairside when the posterior tooth material is extremely lost. When the tooth damage is too extensive to be treated by a simple filling but not extensive enough to need a full crown the best choice will be indirectly fabricated inlays and onlays either made by composite or ceramic.

Filling materials are directly applied to the tooth by dentist while inlays and onlays are fabricated outside the mouth by a dental technician or digitally manufactured and then bonded to the tooth by the dentist.

For fabricating the onlays and inlays either dentist can take the impression of the tooth by conventionally or with camera fort he digital work.

Inlays and onlays are strong long lasting materials and require normal daily care (brushing and flossing) with the other tooth.

Dental crowns

Crowns are recommended to cover teeth that are damaged, broken or worn down. In some cases where your existing teeth are abnormally shaped or you are unhappy with the general appearance of them they can be recommended for a smile makeover. Crowns can be sculptured to match your existing teeth, close gaps (bridge work) or create a new smile makeover. They have a longer life span when compared to other dental treatments such as Veneers & Lumineers.

This makes them not only a cheap alternative but a better investment. Dental crowns can be aesthetically fabricated to reflect “light” like natural teeth, and mimic the shape, size and colour of the surrounding teeth. Your natural tooth underneath is preserved, protecting your natural tooth and gums for a longer period of time. A dental crown is a permanent fixture in your mouth and many of our patients have had the same dental crown(s) for 10-15 years.

Zirconia crowns are mainly used in cosmetic dentistry. It can be used for mostly with an esthetic purpose to eliminate extensive discoloration when bleaching does not give intended results, for treatment of hereditary discoloration of teeth, for slightly crowded and crooked or separated teeth problems such as diastema when orthodontic treatment is not preferred, for restoration of discolored teeth with old fillings which have structural defects and excessive material loss, on back teeth as bridges or crowns, for implant supported dental prosthesis on front teeth and to design smile esthetics.

How do I care for my dental crown?

The crown itself cannot decay, but decay can start where the edge of the crown joins the tooth. Therefore, to prevent decay affecting the crown, it is important to keep this area just as clean as you would your natural teeth. Brush two times a day with a fluoride toothpaste.


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