Aesthetic Dentistry

Dental problems such as cavities, worn tooth enamel or fillings, gum disease, fractured teeth, or exposed roots can significantly affect our smile. Once our dentist figures out the problem, you might need a filling, a root canal, or treatment of your gums to replace tissue lost at the root. In some cases, there may be aesthetic problems that cannot be treated with filling. In those cases, crowns (coatings) with or without metal support (empress, inceram, zirconia) can be deployed. In order to solve the aesthetic problems in the anterior region, minimally invasive procedures are used alongside advanced guided bone regeneration and soft tissue microsurgery to create the patient’s new look.. In addition to this, a new smile design can be achieved by restoring interdental spaces (diastema) with special aesthetic filling materials without cutting the teeth.

Types of Aesthetic dental treatment include orthodontic treatment, teeth whitening, composite (white transparent filling), porcelain lamina, zirconium crown, laser applications, and implant treatments. One of the most recent applications of aesthetic dentistry is metal-free ceramic crowns (coatings).

Aesthetic Dentistry is not only concerned with the aesthetics of the teeth, but also with the color and the form of the gums, lip form and general appearance of the face. For this reason, dentists, gum disease specialists, and experts in Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning focus on optimal aesthetic treatment plans for their patients, for more advanced smile designs to improve your appearance, enhance your smile and facial characteristics for fresh confidence, and a more youthful appearance.

What are the factors affecting the aesthetic smile?  

  • Midline
    The starting point of any smile design is the facial midline, an imaginary vertical line drawn between the front two upper teeth. For optimal esthetic value, the facial midline should be in the middle of the face.
  • Smile Line
    Your smile line is the line created by the top of your lower lip. In an ideal smile line, the edges of your upper teeth should be parallel to your lower lip when you smile. The bottom of your lower lip should have the same line as the gums of your lower jaw.
  • Tooth Texture and Characterization
    Feminine (meaning, smaller, smoother, oval- or round-shaped).
    Masculine (meaning, larger, square-shaped, blunt) appearance.
  • Color
    When evaluating the color of your teeth, your dentist examines how closely matched your upper and lower teeth appear. Both sets of teeth should look similar and complement your hair, skin and eye color. For best results, color/shade reproduction in anterior restorative and cosmetic treatment should come close to natural esthetics, rather than merely opting for the lightest, brightest shades. Shade guides are used to evaluate optimal color prior to teeth whitening.
  • Tooth Proportion
    Most people perceive a pleasing smile as one in which the two central front teeth are dominant and have a width-to-length ratio of 75 to 80 percent. This proportion guides the length and width of other teeth in the esthetic zone (the section of upper and lower teeth that show when you smile), making your smile appear balanced or symmetrical.
  • Teeth Angulation
    Your teeth should have a symmetrical appearance in the front and a balanced appearance in the back. Teeth should not jut out too much or be set too far in; they should not be crooked, overgrown or uneven.
  • Proper occlusion
    The relationship between your upper (maxillary) and lower (mandibular) teeth when they come into contact when you bite, chew or bring your jaws together – is critical. It impacts your teeth, gums, neck and head, jaw muscles and joints and your overall oral health.

To summarize;

  • Treatment of dark teeth: Teeth Whitening.
  • Treatment of small, short and broken teeth: Composite, Porcelain Lamina
  • Treatment of intermittent teeth (Diastema): Orthodontics, Composite, Porcelain.
  • Gingival shape arrangements: Laser application.
  • Removal of dark brown spots on the gums: Laser peeling.
  • Gummy Smile: Laser, Botox, Surgical interventions.
  • Treatment of upper and lower tooth alignment: Orthodontics, Composite, Lamina.
  • Treatment of worn and sensitive teeth with the gingival recession: sensitivity treatment, composite.
  • An arrangement of lips and laughing lines: Botox
  • Lack of tooth: Implant, Zirconium.

As Master-Aesthetic and our contracted Hospitals, aim to give you the best price possible, along with a large choice of Aesthetic and Medical Surgery Centers where the most advanced technology is applied by specialized surgeons and medical teams, high quality accommodation in luxury VIP rooms, and perfect and unique treatments.

If you want to get high technology health services at a reasonable price, Master-Aesthetic is the right place for you.


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