Cosmetic Smile Analysis
Your smile is the most convincing form of communication. An attractive smile is a personal and a professional asset and it is one of the first and most important features on your face. A smile is what allows one to interact in a social and professional environment with ease and confidence.
Unfortunately the number of people satisfied with their smile are few and far in between. If you are one of those people, whether it’s due to crooked, chipped, discolored, or missing teeth, we, at D. Dental are pleased to provide you, our patients, with beautiful, envy-worthy new smiles.
Thanks to the technological advances in today’s cosmetic dental procedures, as Cosmetic and Restorative Dentists, we can improve one’s smile, and in effect, the overall appearance accompanied by a major boost in self-esteem.
Perform an Emotional Smile Evaluation by asking yourself a set of questions to identify the points of concern of a smile. These questions include:
- Do you love the appearance of your teeth or are you embarrassed to smile?
- Are you self conscious about smiling in public?
- Do you shy away from pictures, or hold back a laugh because you feel uncomfortable about your smile?
- If you were asked to, would you be able to list out 3 major things you would change about your smile?
Follow the Emotional Smile Evaluation by the Objective Smile Analysis. Walk up to a large mirror, for example like the one found in a bathroom, and smile at yourself. Next, picture a hilarious moment in your mind and laugh. Look at the mirror again. If you are unhappy with your teeth, this new smile, though considerably bigger than the ‘normal’ smile, will make you far more uncomfortable than the previous one.
After you’ve established that you are conscious about your smile, it is imperative to discover just what exactly is it about your teeth, which is so bothersome. Carefully evaluate the answers to the following questions:
- Are there spaces between your teeth?
- Are your teeth: Stained, dull, dark, misshapen, broken, chipped or crooked?
- Are you teeth out of line or slanting one way or another?
- Are your gums too high or too low? Irregularly shaped and unbalanced?
- Do the recently colored/treated/filled teeth not match the rest of your dentition?
- Are the black, silver or grey dental fillings clearly visible in your smile?
- Are the biting edges of your teeth chipped down or worn due to consistent grinding and clenching?
If the answers to any of the above questions are yes, then you are the perfect candidate for a brand new smile!
Set up your appointment immediately by calling Dr. Daniel to begin your smile transformation today!