Hollywood Smile

Hollywood Smile

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What factors can influence an aesthetic smile?

  • Horizontal Line Conformity: The pupils, corners of the lips and the teeth’s cutting edges should line up in parallel to each other.
  • Smile Line: The curve formed by the cutting edges of the teeth should be symmetrical to the lower lip’s curve. The degree of symmetry influences how youthful and attractive a smile is.
  • Gender and Tooth Shape:
    • Women: The corners of the teeth are rounder while the smile line curves straight up.
    • Men: The teeth are pointier while the smile line is straighter.
  • Smile Symmetry: The mid line of the teeth should be straight and in line with the middle of the lips and the point of the nose.
  • Teeth Arrangement: The teeth’s positioning is an important aspect of having a beautiful smile.
  • Spacing: Gaps between the teeth poorly affect smiles.
  • Colour: Pearl white teeth mean a younger and healthier smile.
  • Size: Shorter teeth make people look older. Enlarging especially the front 2 incisors will make smiles look livelier and patients younger.
  • Gum Health and Visibility: Prominent gums can negatively affect a smile’s aesthetics.
  • Shape and Thickness of the Lips: These are important factors for an impressive smile and need to be taken into consideration when your new smile is being designed.
  • Nose Shape: This too affects your smile and also needs to be taken into consideration when your new smile is being designed.
  • The Golden Ratio: The golden ratio is the mathematical expression of the teeth in relation to each other and other surrounding factors mentioned above. Assuming the width of the front 2 incisors is 100, the teeth immediately next to them should have a width of 60, while the visible surface area of the subsequent 2 teeth should be 60% of those. Achieving this proportionality indicates an aesthetic smile has been achieved.

Aesthetic Problems

Latest FUE Technique

  • Discoloured teeth
  • Small, short and broken teeth
  • Diastema (gaps between teeth)
  • Misshaped gums
  • Removal of dark brown spots on the gums
  • Gummy smiles
  • Crowded and mispositioned teeth
  • Functional biting problems
  • Sensitive, worn and/or receding gums
  • Poor lip and smile lines
  • Missing teeth

Aesthetic Treatments

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Composites
  • Laminates (incl. porcelain laminates)
  • Orthodontics
  • Implants (incl. zirconium)
  • Sensitivity Treatment
  • Laser Treatments (including facial peeling
  • Surgical treatment
  • Botox