Students and practitioners are increasingly turning to digital smile design techniques in order to directly demonstrate potential aesthetic changes to patients and members of the treatment team (including dental technicians). The principles of smile design include research on the aesthetics of the face, labiodental dynamics, the architecture of the gums and dentition, as well as the phonetic component. In order to better explain to patients and demonstrate to their colleagues the dynamics of aesthetic changes in a smile, many doctors do a fantastic job, illustrating the principles of designing a smile relative to the necessary ideal state of harmony, based on the individual anatomical features and physiological characteristics of each individual patient. Continue reading
Humanity once came to the conclusion that teeth are not just a tool for chewing food or a formidable weapon in defense against enemies, but a rather important part of the face that, with good care, becomes attractive. Brushing your teeth daily has become a steady habit, but for the 21st century this is no longer enough and now everyone is dreaming of a white-toothed smile. To smile beautifully has become an art. Strong white teeth are a sign of well-being, self-confidence, prosperity, good taste and a healthy lifestyle.
They tried to do teeth whitening even under Peter I – they brushed their teeth with ground chalk or charcoal. But even then, white healthy teeth were an indicative factor for the boyars and princes. Continue reading