Smile Design with Porcelain Veneers
Smile Makeover for Gummy Smile
Porcelain Veneers for Small Teeth
Cosmetic Dentistry for Gummy Smile and Small Teeth
Smile Makeover for Old Dental Crown/Stained Teeth
Replacement of Porcelain Restorations
Smile Design for Stained and Misaligned Teeth
Correction of Disproportionate Porcelain Restorations
Crowded Teeth With Porcelain Veneers
Cosmetic Dentistry for Old Teeth and Dental Crowns
Stained Teeth with Porcelain Veneers
Severely Worn Teeth with Porcelain Crowns
Dingy Teeth Corrected with Dental Laminates
Smile Rejuventation of Old Teeth
Transformations in Cosmetic Dentistry
The above transformations demonstrate the results of smile makeovers in cosmetic dentistry. Most dental conditions shown here were corrected with porcelain veneers. The term "instant orthodontics" - which indicates that the correction of a smile with these thin ceramic shells, commonly only takes a few weeks - is evidently carried beyond its common usage: Teeth are not just aligned, but also individually transformed, yielding a more harmonic and beautiful smile.
Aesthetic-dentistry.com talks about the durability of veneers, presents many smile design cases, and discusses the elements that contribute to the natural appearance of smile makeovers. From time to time we add before-and-after images of recent smile makeovers.
There are many treatment modalities in cosmetic dentistry. It includes plastic gum surgery, such as gum lifts, which may be indispensable to attain a harmonious result for some patients. Another patient may need all available applications of the aesthetic aspects of modern dental treatment that are described in this website. The age of patients who seek a smile makeover steadily increases. This means that the dentitions that are being enhanced for new smiles are commonly more worn and discolored. The wear factor is a very important one. It is a sign of aging. The cosmetic dentist needs to understand that a perfect smile is not just pretty teeth but is also holistically integrated into all functional aspects of the masticatory system. The more years a patient spent developing the functional slopes and wear patterns on his teeth, the more critical it is to functionally integrate the new youthful smile into these developed dynamics and dental pathways. Aesthetic-dentistry.com goes into deep detail about what needs to be considered when designing a new smile for the aging dentition.
All smile makeovers that are shown on this website were performed by San Francisco's cosmetic dentist Dr. Jorg-Peter Rabanus. His comprehensive understanding of smile design and dental rehabilitation is documented by numerous peer-reviewed articles of the international literature as referenced at various locations of aesthetic-dentistry.com.
Everyone has a smile story.
- And all of us want a happy ending. What kind of smile do you like?
- How could your smile look at its best? What do others think?
- You will find answers to these questions on our blog about smiles and cosmetic dentistry: