Any understanding of aesthetics will discuss the idea of coherence – all the parts of an object or artwork must fit together to create the right overall impression. This is true whether the parts are meant to be pleasantly balanced (which is the usual case) or if they are deliberately meant to clash.
All the elements of an attractive object or artwork may contribute to the overall effect. Sometimes changing one element changes that overall effect; one element can make or break the end result. On the other hand, we occasionally find that changing elements of the whole make no difference. Changing one element will make no difference if all the other elements were not quite right to start with.
There are various elements of a mouth and its smile. All contribute to the overall effect.
The tooth colour is most noticeable when something is wrong. We expect teeth to be bright white, and associate this with cleanliness. Bleaching can make dull-looking teeth a very nice shade of white.
The curve of the teeth. The row of teeth will usually look most pleasing if they gently curve upward.
We usually show some gum line with our teeth. Too much gum can look unbalanced. But having a smile that is all teeth can also look unbalanced.
Teeth look best when evenly spaced, almost touching with no gaps.
Our culture expects the upper teeth to be slightly more forward than the lower teeth. This is a very mild overbite. This alignment can be altered with orthodontics.
The front teeth should be in the centre of the face, though slight asymmetry does work well for some people.
Orthodontic treatment, including braces, will straighten teeth. This is especially effective when done in the teenage years as the patient will benefit from the improved teeth for their entire adult life.
Braces will make the teeth look neat and straight, and can improve the mechanical functioning so the jaw can move without issues.
Cosmetic Dental Denistone
Home of dental office bleaching can whiten teeth. The right shade of tooth will improve the appearance of the individual.
Healthy teeth and gums make all the difference to our health and our appearance. And there’s no downside to having a healthier mouth.
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