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How Should A Smile Correctly Align?

For a perfectly aligned smile there are several smile design principles that need to be taken into account:

Midline Symmetry – This relates to the midline down your face and how many teeth are either side of the midline for a symmetrical look
Horizontal Alignment – parallel to the horizontal line (even when the eye line is not perfectly horizontal)
Smile Line – natural curved smile
Gum Line – reasonable amount of gum exposure with optimum display of teeth
Smile Width – Good balance between your front teeth and back teeth (so your front teeth don’t overshadow the rest)
Embrasures – The natural triangular spaces that appear between teeth
Golden Proportions – Ratios between teeth
Tooth Proportion – Ideal height/width proportion between teeth

When we have patients come in for a free consultation for any treatments (Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, Orthodontics etc) we always base the end result around the main smile design principles.
Our friendly dental team are extremely passionate about treating patients and truly endeavor to create the most beautiful results to bring a smile back on your face.

Best Treatments For Aligning Smiles

If your not happy with the alignment of your smile, the long term best solution for you will be along the lines of braces which is a suitable treatment for both adults and children. Braces such as damon will provide you with aesthetically pleasing teeth with the comprehensive long term results of moving the roots as well (which will really help give your face a lift, making you appear more youthful.
However, if you are against the idea of braces, cosmetic dentistry could be a great alternative treatment that gives you a great looking cosmetic smile in a shorter period of time.

Free Consultations

We offer a comprehensive range of dental treatments to meet a wide range of needs. Knowing which treatment will be the most suitable for you can be quite confusing for patients (as different treatments are more suited for different circumstances etc). We offer free consultations to discuss your needs with you and to explore all suitable options.
Please do not hesitate to call us today and arrange your free consultation.

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