Many people dream of a perfect smile , but they hesitate to do anything about achieving this because it requires a lot of financial investment and irreversible interventions. Would it be surprising to find out that you can try on your perfect smile without pain? After all, when you go to buy a car, you can try it out first, and you buy it only if it suits you.
Digital technology: digital smile design, modelling and manufacturing (DSD) allows you to try out a new smile. The KOA Dental Clinic presents a unique service – ‘Try on a Perfect Smile!’
Digital smile design and manufacturing helps to assess a patient’s expectations even before interventions begin. Only after receiving confirmation of the suitability of a future smile, according to the patient’s individual facial features, can irreversible interventions start.
At the KOA Dental Clinic, any dental treatment starts with a consultation, used to collect all information about the current situation in the oral cavity. Traditional and digital prints are taken; a facial image (static information) and a facial video (dynamic information) are recorded. The DSD procedure is implemented – the facial features allow the creation of an ideal contour of the new smile. After this, we can choose the shape of the teeth and the type of teeth restoration.
The resulting digital 2D visualisation is redesigned into a 3D model – a realistic example of the final result. This model is printed using a 3D printer. We can then mock-up the produced physical future teeth model in the mouth.
An image simulation is implemented after the future teeth model is attached in the mouth. The client sees themselves BEFORE and AFTER and can assess their future smile from an observer’s perspective. All of this is done without pain and without touching the tooth tissue. The model of future teeth is placed on your own teeth, and everything is removed after the procedure.
A treatment plan for creating the future smile is made upon the client’s request.
A perfect smile can be achieved by one of these methods:
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