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The key to self-trust, beginning of positive energy, combination of words with emotion, reflection of ego, and perfect charm of gift of expression belonging to humans of happiness begins with smiling.

Lips bring red, teeth bring white into mind. What makes white is the absorption of certain amount of light and reflecting the rest as a result of different reflection of light on the substances, just as in other colors. Forms of the teeth and their sizes are as important as their whiteness. The beginning of a smile without limits, freely, as an expression of self-trust is the white teeth with all its symmetrical harmony. People focus on their eyes, lips and smiles when they first meet each other. In a disharmonic smile, people focus on teeth, trying to find the cause of this lack of harmony. There is no problem in a beautiful smile; our eyes record the positive images in the brain. Smile design is a priority field of aesthetic dentistry. Aesthetic dentistry aims to answer your expectations by bringing functionality and naturalness together.

If you suffer from these problems below you will need aesthetic dentistry and smile design.

Do you hide your smile in the pictures?
Do you ever close your mouth with your hands when laughing?
Are there any filling and decays in your front teeth?
Is the color of your teeth not white enough for you?
Is there any space between your front teeth?
Does your gum look too much and your lip not closes your gingiva enough?
Is there crowding and irregular alignment in your teeth?
Would you like to have someone else’s smile?
Do you miss the colors and forms of your teeth years ago?

Factors affecting your smile are:
*Your gender
*Your age
* The shape of your face
* Form and color of your teeth
* Your gums
* Your personality
Pink Aesthetics
An aesthetic smile is not only possible with White straight teeth, but also with consistent gingiva. It is impossible to mention aesthetic teeth or efficient smile in people with gum diseases. Bleeding, disharmonic, edematous, disproportional gingiva will prevent aesthetic look of the teeth. Among them, the biggest problem is excessive view of the gums during laughing. Prevention of this condition is possible with minor gingival operations and protection of mucosa and supportive tissues. In a smile design of person with healthy teeth and gum, adjustment of gingival levels will be done with a gingival expert. Another problem is tall image of teeth which results from gingival recession and appearance of yellow-brown look in the gingival line due to the color of dental root surface. Gingival recession creates both anatomic and aesthetic problems. In both cases, prevention of gingival recession and regaining the lost tissue is aimed; the result will be satisfactory in both aesthetic and functional perspective.

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