One question that a cosmetic dentist might have to answer prior to a client going ahead with any one of the various cosmetic treatments available is; “Will my new smile suit me?”
Thanks to the latest technology in smile simulation, there is no need for the client to worry.
In previous articles we have discussed the general principles behind cosmetic dentistry as well as looking at the various treatments that are on offer - Invisalign, teeth whitening, crowns and bridges and veneers.
We also illustrated the necessity for a patient considering any one of the treatments mentioned above, to embark on a thorough investigation of the cosmetic dentist before going ahead with the process.
However, once that process is complete and the client feels confident in the dentist they have chosen and the type of treatment too, they will undoubtedly sit back and consider the outcome. It's a natural thought for any patient who has made the conscious decision to improve their smile.
Dr Sina Salimi at Estetica said; “It is certainly a question I am asked almost all of the time. My clients will ask ‘how will I look like if I change my smile?’” “I always say to the patient, that due to the irreversible nature of cosmetic dentistry procedures, it is normal to seek a second thought before you start your treatment.”
Envision a Smile
Smile Simulation is the simple answer to that question and here at Estetica we use the latest simulation programme, Envision a Smile to provide the customer with a clear indication of the changes that will take place. The presentation mode of Envision a Smile allows the dentist to instantly create a personalized slide show of the patient’s case. This will provide a realistic preview - for the patient, dentist and laboratory technicians - of the desired smile prior to the start of any actual treatment
Click here to see an example of how Envision a Smile can design your smile and provide the answer to your question of how will I look after the treatment After that, you can burn the presentation to a CD for a take home version to share with friends and family! You can also print glossy photographs to include in your case presentation folder. Have you been through the process or do you have any further questions? If so, please share those thoughts or concerns with us.