Thanks to cosmetic dentistry we improve our patients’ smiles, providing harmony and beauty to their faces.
A healthy and beautiful smile is within everyone’s reach. There is a wide variety of aesthetic oral and dental treatments available to improve our patients’ daily lives. At Clínica Dental Juana María Fernández we work to achieve the perfect smile.
The importance of cosmetic dentistry in our smiles
Nowadays, one’s looks is a factor that determines a person’s social development. Concern for aesthetics begins at an increasingly younger age and affects the majority of individuals in society; everyone wants to feel good and please others.
This concern for finding the perfect smile has led dentists to carry out specialised training, as well as individualised treatments for each patient in order to improve their self-esteem.
At the Clínica Dental Juana María Fernández, cosmetic dentistry is not understood as an independent branch or matter, but as a whole that encompasses the adjacent oral tissues and the facial and cephalic morphology.
If you are looking for a dental clinic specialising in cosmetic dentistry in Almería, we have the solution you need to show off your best smile.
Main cosmetic treatments
Teeth whitening improves the brightness and tone of your smile. There are different types of teeth whitening, so we will choose the one that best suits your case in order to get the most out of your smile.
Dental veneers help us to modify the shape, colour and size of teeth when necessary. Nowadays we have a wide variety of options that allow us to be minimally invasive with your teeth.
Digital Smile Design
The DSD tool allows us to foresee what the result of your smile will be before we start. Together we can improve those aspects that concern you the most and ensure the success of the treatment.
The golden ratio in the cosmetic evaluation of the smile
The ancient Greeks considered that the harmony of the proportion between the elements of an object was what made that object beautiful. They believed that this was defined by a mathematical ratio which they called the golden ratio, the golden section, or the extreme and mean ratio.
In dentistry for example, the term ‘golden ratio’ began to be used in the early 20th century suggesting various cephalometric and dental measurements containing the ratio of phi, the golden mean.
The proportion between the teeth of both arches and even the measurements within the same tooth also follow this mathematical ratio – the beauty of a smile is found in the symmetry between our right and left sides.
In conclusion, cosmetic dentistry abides by the golden ratio, which pursues harmony and looks for the most natural-looking solution. This way, the smile becomes the centre of attention of our faces and gives the patient a dose of self-esteem and self-confidence.
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