There is no doubt that only people with absolutely healthy and well-treated teeth can openly show their smile to others. But aesthetes and connoisseurs of the beauty of the human body knowingly argue that the attractiveness of a smile and face is determined by the correct shape and verified proportions of tooth crowns.
Nature has rewarded some people with ideal length and width teeth, with regular edges and angles, and a harmonious ratio of these parameters to each other. The others can get closer to the ideal smile with the help of teeth restoration, performed by a profe16ssional dentist in his field.
Special attention should be paid to the incisal line of the upper teeth, which is called the smile line. It is clearly visible how the smile line correction improves the aesthetics of the look of smile. Initially, a straight, concave or shape-like schematic image of a seagull, visibly ages the face. And following the line of the lower lip after professional intervention, makes it fresher and younger.
Restore the shape and size of dental crowns that have worn away, shortened and lost volume with age. The choice of a specific technique should be entrusted to the professional.
According to “dental design”, a smile should not expose the upper gum. And the gum line in its turn must repeat the line of the upper lip. Noticeable gums disturb harmony, as they visually make the upper jaw massive and heavy. The aesthetics of a smile and gum worsen, which the border is located with a “ladder”.
There may be various reasons for a “Gummy smile”, therefore it is possible to correct it in different ways, including dental ones.
In some cases to get rid of the defect it is enough to simply restore the length and volume lost by the teeth. Sometimes after these procedures correction of the bite is also carried out. And after it, if necessary, you can do the repositioning and shape correction for the lips.
To determine what changes you’d like to make to chieve your perfect result contact our Sta16ten Island New York cosmetic dentist Dr. Anne Gershkowitz for a consultation.