It all starts with a smile
Smile plays a decisive role in understanding oneself as well as in the impression that other people leave. Lots of research has shown more than any other physical characteristic (eyes, hair or body), a smile is what men or women need most attractive to others.
You should keep in mind that your smile is not always viewed from the front, but from different angles. Therefore, a smile consists not only of the front four or six teeth, but of all the teeth and gums that are visible as you speak or while your lips are in the maximum smile position.
Some people show almost all their teeth in a wide smile. When smiling, they are mostly seen in the upper jaw: two middle incisors, two lateral incisors, two canines, one premolar and a second premolar, and often a first corner on both sides.
It's important to know that problems with a beautiful smile can be discussed with your dentist and develop a treatment and aesthetics plan that meets your long-term goals.
Missing teeth leave holes that greatly damage your smile. Even when the missing tooth is in the back and is not visible in our usual smile, the hole will cause the tooth to move, consequently creating spaces between the front teeth.
Ceramic bridges and crowns can be used not only to replace a tooth, but also to repair the color and shape of tooth remains.
Red, swollen and receding gums
The gums should be pink and well defined, and in no way red or puffy. Dark or red gums may indicate periodontal disease, an allergic reaction or irritation after a poorly placed prosthetic replacement.
If your gums are pulling or splitting, you should not ignore it. This type of problem usually gets worse and can eventually end up being exposed to the root of the tooth which then erodes quickly and causes even more damage. Often bad washing habits are the culprit for this condition.
We can't always have good mouthwash, and that also depends on the food and drink we consume. However, if you constantly smell bad - even with regular washing and professional cleaning - this can usually be a sign of the bacteria that create the odor, mostly at the end of the tongue. Bad breath can also be associated with bad teeth, gum disease or systemic disease.
The position of the tooth affects the appearance of the whole face
The position of the tooth can affect the appearance of the whole face. The relative fullness of the cheeks is determined not only by the thickness of the tissue itself but also by the position of the lower teeth or the restorations. For example, some people who have dentures look like their lips or cheeks have failed. The reason is poor tooth placement or poor placement, leading to inadequate denture placement.
Dentures must be designed to help maintain face structure while improving smile and making the face friendlier.
Steps to a healthy smile
Choose healthier foods. For the sake of overall health, it is important to eat balanced foods and choose different types of foods from the five sonic groups. It is necessary to limit the intake of sweetened foods and drinks and, if consumed, to distribute them within a meal.
Keep your mouth clean. Carefully brush your teeth twice daily with fluoridated pastes. Clean the spaces between your teeth daily with floss to remove food debris and plaque accumulated below the level of the gingiva, and between your teeth or where your brush does not reach.
Visit your dentist regularly. Regular visits allow your dentist to address problems early on. During the examination of the oral cavity, the dentist will check conditions such as caries, gum disease or other periodontal diseases. Professional cleaning removes various discoloration, plaque and tartar from your teeth. It also prevents the onset of periodontal disease.
Avoiding Tobacco Products. The use of any form of tobacco, including cigarettes or chewing tobacco, increases the risk of gum disease, tooth loss or even oral cancer. Quitting tobacco is a major step forward in improving dental and overall health.
Wear shields. Shin guards prevent tooth breakage and injury to lips, tongue, face or jaw Wear individually tailored shin guards during any activity that may cause injury to the head or cavity.
Signs that indicate gum disease are: bleeding gums during brushing or flossing; red, swollen or sensitive gums; withdrawal of the gums; pushing on the gums in the gingiva line appears pus; moving teeth or changing their position; any change in bite, any change in lodging of partial dentures, constant bad breath or bad taste. Thus, the space created between dental root and gingiva in dental medicine is called a pocket. However, patients can also have gum disease without these warning signs.
The process of preventing early caries
Do not put your baby in a bottle with a bottle and encourage them to drink from a glass from their first birthday. Never dip soybeans in honey, syrup or sugar. After each meal, brush your baby's teeth with clean gauze. After sprouting the first tooth, brush them daily with a suitable sized toothbrush. Visit your dentist by the time of your first child's birthday. Think of it as the start of your child's dental health care.
There are several reasons for tooth discoloration. Foods, beverages and medicines can cause pigmentation on the teeth. Also, smoking and non-compliance with daily oral hygiene can also be causes. In some cases, discoloration of the teeth may be the result of genetics or disease.
There are external discolourations, which are created between the teeth and the surface of the distorted teeth. They are usually dark brown and are caused by strong coloring factors such as coffee, tea or tobacco. Usually, such stains can be dealt with by conventional oral hygiene with regular visits to the dentist for professional cleaning. They can also be found in micro-cracks and then require an agred + greener process than professional cleaning, such as bleaching.
Soft plaque is caused by plaque, that is, a sticky substance that settles on the teeth over time, or a tartar that builds up when the plaque is not removed. These deposits are often of bacterial origin and may be a side effect of inappropriate oral hygiene. They are usually removed after detailed dental scraping or polishing.
Internal stains include white spots on the surface of the enamel or brownish-gray bands on the teeth. Causes are wrong curing before birth or interruption of normal enamel formation due to fungi and disease. They often occur in people who have received antibiotics with tertracycline before the age of eight or if their mothers drank ttracyclin during pregnancy. They can also occur with the use of antibiotics with minocycline, but also because of poor old silver fillings.
Solutions for colored teeth
Polishing is the simplest method of removing staining. It is a painless procedure in which the dentist places a paste on the tooth surface using a rotating instrument. Microabrasion is a more advanced form of polishing that can be used for deeper staining.
Whitening. When bleaching, a strong oxidizing agent is used to brighten the teeth. It is a relatively conservative method and often a very effective way of beautifying your teeth. The dentist recommends whitening at the doctor's office or at home, or a combination of both, depending on the appearance and degree of discoloration of the teeth.
Composite restorations involve the application of a composite material to an existing tooth. This technique is often used as a conservative method of covering color. Composite fillings with emog cover many types of discoloration to achieve a natural tooth appearance.
Ceramic shells are one of the most effective and definitely the most exciting techniques in cosmetic dentistry. It is about cementing thin ceramic shells on the enamel surface of the tooth. Their advantage is the beauty and durability of the material. Ceramics are not prone to coloring as a composite, so they remain attractive for a much longer time. With this gum, it is well tolerated with ceramics.
Crowns are generally not recommended for teeth with discoloration that are otherwise healthy because placement of the crown requires removal of the natural structure of the tooth. However, crowns are recommended for teeth with strong or moderate discoloration that have additional aesthetic or functional problems.