Smile design

Cosmetic dental procedure that aims to improve the appearance of the patient's smile by correcting cosmetic problems, such as stains, discoloration, irregularities in the shape and size of the teeth, and dental alignment. Smile design involves a careful evaluation of the patient's smile by the dentist, who will consider factors such as the shape and size of the teeth, the shape of the face and skin, and the patient's smile line. With this information, the dentist can create a personalized treatment plan for the patient that addresses their aesthetic needs and goals. Smile design procedures may include teeth whitening treatments, dental veneers, dental crowns, gum grafts, orthodontics, and other dental restoration procedures. Some of the smile design options are performed with zirconium or porcelain veneers, E-Max sheets, gingivectomy and teeth whitening.

Zirconium veneers

They are an aesthetic dental restoration option that are used to correct aesthetic problems such as stains, discolorations, fractures, malformations or spaces in the teeth. These veneers are made of zirconia, a highly resistant and translucent ceramic material that provides a natural appearance to the teeth. Zirconium crowns are dental prosthetics used to cover and protect damaged or worn teeth. They are made of a material called zirconium oxide, which is a type of ceramic that is used in dentistry for its high strength and durability. Zirconium crowns have several advantages over other materials used in dentistry. Firstly, they are very strong and durable, meaning they can withstand chewing and other types of forces applied to the mouth without fracturing or breaking. Additionally, zirconium oxide is a biocompatible material, meaning it does not irritate the gums or cause allergic reactions in the mouth. Another advantage of zirconium crowns is that they have a very natural and aesthetic appearance, since they can be manufactured in different shades to match the color of the patient's teeth.

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They are dental prostheses that are used to improve the appearance of teeth and correct aesthetic defects, such as stains, discolorations, spaces or minor fractures. They are made of a material called lithium disilicate, which is a highly resistant and translucent ceramic used in aesthetic dentistry. E-max sheets are very thin (0.3 to 0.5 mm) and are placed directly on the front surface of the existing teeth, without having to cut too much into the natural tooth.

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