Personalized Digital Smile Design for Predictable Aesthetic Results

1Department of Prosthetic dentistry Faculty of Dental Medicine Medical University of Sofia, Sofia, 1 St.Georgi Sofiiski str. 1431 Sofia,Bulgaria

Summary

Nowadays in the aesthetic dentistry concepts, techniques, and materials which aim is to establish new smiles with minimally invasive approaches and maximum natural effect on the restorations and in the same time to restore the mastication and phonetics for a better quality of life are used. However, the patient’s demands and the level of information has driven the profession to a certain questioning respecting the treatment customization especially those related to treatment planning according to the individual psychological characteristics of each patient, that if ignored, may lead to esthetically dissatisfaction, even though all the esthetic rules which tend to establish standards were incorporated.

The purpose of this article is to show that besides the esthetic rules established throughout the time, the emotional expression of the treatment, represented by the shapes and lines constituent of a smile, should also be taken into consideration during the treatment planning. Softwares for personalized smile design could be powerful tool for planning such new smile designs.

Keywords: Digital Smile Design; Visagism; Personalized Design; Porcelain Veneers

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Citation Information: Balkan Journal of Dental Medicine. Volume 20, Issue 3, Pages 172–177, ISSN (Online) 2335-0245, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/bjdm-2016-0028, November 2016

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