Correcting the shape and size of the teeth or aligning the teeth is a cost-effective approach to correcting the design of the smile and having a smile. Beautification and scaling of teeth is one of the cosmetic dental treatments that causes subtle and minor changes in the teeth. But these small changes make a big difference.

Correcting the shape and size of the teeth One of the easiest ways to correct the fullness of the lips is a lack of one hand or a slight misalignment of the teeth, which puts a more attractive smile on the lips. Dentists often correct and align teeth at the same time as another treatment called bonding. The front teeth are the best option for correcting the shape and bonding. Tooth beautification brings higher confidence to the patient due to the significant correction of the roughness of the teeth and the alignment of the teeth.
To correct the shape and size of a tooth or to align the tooth is one of the cosmetic dental methods in which a small amount of enamel, ie the outer layer covering the tooth, is cut to correct the shape, height or surface of one or more teeth. Sometimes it is enough to cut a few millimeters of the tooth in the right place to make the tooth more beautiful. Correction of tooth shape and size is often done along with bonding. Bonding is another cosmetic dental procedure in which the shape of the tooth is modified using composites of the same color as the tooth. Shaping and aligning teeth is sometimes the first step in more expensive cosmetic dentistry procedures such as veneers, teeth whitening, and crown crown augmentation, which take months or even years after cosmetic incision. But if you do not want to spend a lot of time and money on expensive cosmetic dental treatments, correcting the shape of the teeth and aligning the teeth will bring a beautiful smile on your lips.

Defects or problems such as partial overlap or abnormal shape of the teeth, partial filling or fracture of the lip, or excessive sharpness of the canines can often be corrected by partial grinding of the tooth to correct the shape and alignment of the teeth.
Correction of tooth shape is done using special dental tools and abrasion techniques. The dentist carefully cuts the enamel with a laser or drill. Before starting the treatment, the teeth are photographed to check the location and amount of the pulp and to make sure that the teeth are healthy. The dentist then marks the areas needed for sharpening and beautification with a pencil. The dentist then cuts the deformed areas, shortens the tooth, or manipulates the abnormal tooth to fit the rest of the tooth and correct problems with bite or misaligned teeth. The dentist removes or minimizes surface imperfections with a special polishing tool and sometimes scrubs the sides of the teeth with sandpaper-like strips. The dentist eventually straightens and polishes the teeth. Correction of tooth shape and size sometimes requires only a 30-minute session, but the duration of treatment depends on its extent.

If the shape of the tooth is corrected along with the bonding, the dentist can correct the filling and the distance between the teeth, make the tooth more beautiful and its color better. Before applying the resin, the dentist applies a dermal device such as acid to the tooth surface so that the resin adheres well to the tooth. Because this causes tooth sensitivity, the dentist may anesthetize the tooth. The dentist sometimes injects a special preparation liquid into the tooth to strengthen the bond between the resin and the tooth. The dentist forms the resin and finally dries and hardens it with light. Bonding lasts 30 minutes to an hour, if beautification is more than one tooth, the patient is given several sessions.
After correcting the shape and bonding of the tooth, it should be well taken care of in order to maintain the obtained result. Bonded teeth are at greater risk of full or broken lips and stains or yellowing than any other dental restoration. It is forbidden for patients who have undergone this treatment to bite their nails, bite the pencil head, eat hard food and open the bottle cap with their teeth. By following these precautions, you can reduce the risk of tooth filling. Teeth should be brushed twice a day to keep teeth white and free of blemishes. Cigarettes, coffee and tea are also substances that stain the resin, so patients are advised to reduce their consumption of these beverages and quit smoking.