Smile Makeover / Smile Design

Think of the last time you posed for a picture. Did you flash your pearly whites or did you hide your teeth? Gift Yourself a Smile Makeover!

Today, many people benefit from Smile Makeover, part of cosmetic dentistry. A wide range of techniques are available that can enhance almost any smile.Gone are the days when: you had to settle for chipped, stained and crooked teeth.

A revolution in newer technology and materials ensure that cosmetically enhanced teeth now look more natural and last longer than they did in the past.

Skillfully blending science and art, your dentist can sculpt a more attractive smile for you. A smile is a powerful way for you to communicate.

Before Root Canal

If your answer to any of the following questions is “yes”, then yau need to get a cosmetic evaluation done by your Dentist.

  • Do you lack confidence when smiling?
  • Do you wish yau had a smile as pretty as the models?
  • Are any of your teeth crowned, overlapping or crooked?
  • Are any of your teeth missing or do you have gaps between any of your teeth?
  • Do any of your teeth have uneven shape due to chips, fractures or rough edges?
  • Do your teeth seem out of proportion because they are uneven in length?
  • Are you dissatisfied with the way your gums look?
  • Do you have any stained or discoloured teeth or fillings?
  • Are your gums red, swollen, receding or bleeding?

A variety of options are currently available to suit most conditions. Some of the commonly used cosmetic options include:





Of all the methods available for charging and improving the look of your smile makeover, porcelain (Ceramic) Laminate Veneers and Crowns are the most popular, successful and quick.

With the help of these, a damaged tooth can be saved and repaired to look and feel like the original.

Porcelain Laminate Veneers are coatings cured out of porcelain that are bonded to the front surface of a tooth.These veneers greatly enhance the look of your smile with as little discomfort as possible. These veneers are made to suit the patients individual needs and are indistinguishable from natural teeth.

Veneers can be used to provide an aesthetic solution in many situations:

  • Spaces between teeth.
  • Discolored teeth.
  • Malpositioned or slightly crooked teeth.
  • Odd shaped cracked or chipped teeth.
  • Fractured teeth with a fair amount of tooth structure left.
  • Teeth with multiple fillings which have compromised the aesthetics of the smile.
  • Unsatisfactory shape, size and form of teeth.
  • To provide a “White Smile” in persons with naturally dark teeth.

The process of having a veneer made for your tooth involves a few short visits to your Dentist. The procedure is simple and relatively painless.

  • Your Dentist will first analyse your smile to determine which teeth require veneers for Smile Makeover.
  • Depending on how much tooth shaping is required, you may or may not require anesthesia.
  • Minimal shaping of your teeth is then done and an impression is taken.

Ceramic veneers take between 1-2 weeks to be made. During that period, your teeth may be fitted with temporary veneers to prevent sensitivity.

Ceramic veneers are bonded to the teeth using special adhesives. Once fixed, these veneers are exceptionally strong. It takes only a day or two to get used to them.
A crown, also called as ‘cap’ covers the entire tooth, unlike a veneer which covers only the front surface of a tooth. A crown requires more shaping of the tooth structure and is or en used to strengthen a weak or broken tooth. Crowns are extremely durable, aesthetic and are commonly used in front and the back of the mount
Tooth shaping: Your Dentist will reshape the tooth, to create space all around it for the crown
Impressioning: A measurement of the prepared tooth and of the surrounding and opposing teeth is taken. Your measurements are then sent to a dental laboratory for processing of the crown
Temporary Crown: Meanwhile, a temporary crown may be placed. Take care of your crown by avoiding sticky and hard foods and be sure to clean around it.
 Cementation: Soon, you Dentist replaces your temporary crown with permanent one. The crown is adjusted,making sure you are comfortable with it. It is then cemented or bonded to the prepared tooth.
  • Treat your crowned tooth like a normal tooth.
  • Brush and floss thoroughly.
  • In the unlikely event of your crown or veneer coming on. keep it safely and contact your Dentist immediately. These can generally be remixed.

People from all walks of life can greatly benefit from the improved confidence a better smile can give. With proper care, Veneers and Crowns will enhance your dental health and beauty for a long time to come

Crowns can be made of acrylic, metal, ceramic, porcelain or zirconia. The ceramic & zirconia crowns are great for aesthetics and durability.
(PFM) Porcelain-fused to metal
  • Longstanding experience
  • High stability
  • Metal flame can show through
  • Unfazed metal Inargins may become visible
  • The metal can lead to intolerances and electrochemical reactions with other metals in the mouth
  • Natural-looking aesthetics
  • Translucent natural teeth
  • Metal-free and a very strong material
  • No visible transitions at the gum margin
  • Does not trigger electro chemical reactions in the mouth
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