One of the things that makes a smile less beautiful is the wear and tear on the edges of the teeth. Whether the edges of your teeth are worn or your smile line is down, in any case, you can correct your smile design by visiting a dentist and receiving the services of composite, veneer or laminate.
The length of the middle front teeth in the maxilla is usually slightly longer than other teeth and the size of canines. If the curvature of the person’s smile is downwards, the smile design becomes more beautiful and gives the person a younger appearance. If the height of your two middle teeth in the upper jaw is more than normal, then your so-called slang design will look like a rabbit and you may not be satisfied with the beauty of your smile. In such cases, the dentist uses dental composite or dental laminate to correct your smile and, according to his professional diagnosis, either shortens the edge of the middle teeth or raises the height of the side teeth.
Wide front teeth: Wide teeth on the front of your teeth make your face look fatter when you smile, and can sometimes be annoying. In these cases, the dentist uses restorative and orthodontic treatments to correct your smile by adjusting the ratio of height and width of the teeth.
It is normal for not all front teeth to be the same height, and as mentioned, the middle teeth in the upper jaw are usually slightly taller than other teeth, possibly due to wear, grinding, and abrasion of the tooth edges. Your teeth should be the same size in the smile area. This problem causes the face of the older person to be seen.
Distance between teeth: According to the dentist’s diagnosis, three orthodontic, dental composite or laminated dental methods can be used to close the middle distance between teeth.
Protruding teeth: Protruding teeth can make your smile look unattractive and cause abnormalities in the face. Usually, the dentist first treats the orthodontist and then uses a veneer or laminate.
Irregular and crowded teeth: Irregular teeth, because they are not thoroughly cleaned, make teeth prone to tooth decay and gum disease. The ideal treatment for misaligned teeth is orthodontics. If the degree of irregularity is low, and if the patient wishes and the dental diagnosis, composite dental and laminate treatments can be used to solve the problem.
Improper or incongruous color of teeth: Factors such as the use of antibiotics, scaling, and discoloration caused by other factors can cause discoloration and inconsistency of tooth color with each other.
White or brown spots on the tooth surface: If the amount of calcium in the enamel is low, they will cause white spots on the enamel. This problem can be solved with a small amount of wear, composite or dental laminate. High levels of fluoride in drinking water may also cause brown spots on the teeth, enamel wear, dental composite, dental laminate or bleaching there are ways to solve this problem.
Matching the color of the front teeth with other teeth:
If you have filled your teeth with white, they may change color after a while and may need to be polished. Some colored foods and beverages such as tea and coffee, smoking, etc. can change the color of repairs. In more severe cases, your dentist may decide that it is best to replace the filling completely.
Composite steps of front teeth: In composite front teeth, the dentist examines the patient’s mouth and teeth, if necessary, first treats other dental diseases such as gum infection, and then proceeds to composite teeth. In composite teeth, after cleaning and drying the surface of the teeth by a dentist, the composite material is placed on the teeth and using a special light, this material sticks to the teeth. The number of sessions required for a composite tooth can be limited to one session. If the patient has a tooth infection or gum disease, the number of sessions may increase. “Dental composite” does the least damage to the teeth because it does not require tooth extraction.
Complications of composite front teeth: After composite teeth, teeth may be sensitive to heat and cold for some time. This problem will be solved over time. Fractures or fillings of dental composites can also be repaired.
Veneers are not as natural as teeth and therefore can be damaged much faster than natural teeth, they need more care. It is necessary to visit the dentist periodically and once every 6 months to ensure the health of dental veneers as well as natural teeth.