Smile Design

Smile Design

The first organs that attract attention when people smile are the facial region and our teeth adorning this part. In this sense, oral dental health care Dental aesthetics is a striking element in new acquaintances and meetings in the social society and especially in people with self-respect and trust.

Restorative materials and application types used in Aesthetic Dentistry.

  1. Teeth whitening (Bleaching)
    2. Laminated coatings (porcelain and composite laminates)
    3. Porcelain-Ceramic crowns and bridges, inlays and onlays; – Metal ceramics
    – In-ceram
    – Empres
    – Zirconium
    – Cercon (Zirconium Oxide)
    – Galvano
    – Procera (Alimina Oxide) 4. Dentistry applications for aesthetic purposes (Composite filling and corrections, gingival aesthetics, aesthetics provided with orthodontic treatments)
    5. Completing Missing Teeth Implantology
    Fixed (Bridges) and Removable Prostheses: Total prostheses (full prostheses), Skeleton and classical partial prostheses (half-bead prostheses), ankle and sliding prostheses (snaps), telescope prostheses

Reasons for applying crowns and bridges in aesthetic dentistry

  1. If there is no solution with bleaching in the teeth due to excessive use of antibiotics in children or children,
  2. In the restoration of the anterior region teeth broken in unwanted accidents
  3. Caries of the anterior teeth with too much substance loss (in cases where there is too much substance loss to be filled)
  4. People with long and bad looking teeth caused by pulling gums with bruises
  5. If orthodontic applications are not sufficient to reclaim the aesthetic laughter line that is congenitally missing or excessive teeth;
  6. In proportional deviations in tooth, gum, and lip relations, in regaining the ideal smile relationship without seeing the gum, the tooth-lip relationship;
  7. In the reshaping of one and more teeth lost in the anterior region for different reasons, following the lip and facial aesthetics

In some cases, aesthetics can be provided without the need for crowns and bridges.

  1. If colored teeth can reach their ideal colors by cleaning or whitening methods
  2. Distortions in the anterior region (if there are no excessive caries and gum diseases) must be corrected with orthodontic treatment; If possible, prosthetic restorations should be avoided without damaging the enamel and other tissues. In addition, there is no age limit for orthodontic treatments and these treatments can be done in the middle and advanced age group with tooth color brackets and wires.
  3. The ideal solution for the interdental openings in the anterior region is to close this gap with orthodontic treatments and should be avoided by damaging the enamel and dental tissues of the teeth – porcelains and laminae unless the patient insists!

Even the most beautiful teeth are not appealing if they are not framed with healthy and properly shaped gums. Non-aesthetic gums can be corrected with treatments and small operations on your gums


  • Unhealthy gums,
  • Smile with gums (Gummy Smile: The cases where the gums are more visible when they smile)
  • Gingival recession,
  • Irregular gingival edges,
  • Gingival pigmentation.