How to have the perfect smile?
A perfect smile is the result of dental harmony and symmetry of teeth shape, size, beauty, and other facial structures. People with healthy and pretty teeth are more successful in their social relationship and they smile with confidence and feel comfortable to show their teeth. The healthy and beautiful smile has a significant impact on the first impression. By contrast, people with discolored, worn and missing teeth who have empty space in their mouth usually have low self-confidence in their social relationships with their friends, colleagues and even their family members. So they are always unsatisfied with their relationships and isolate from others.
What is a smile design? And how to make a perfect smile?
For making a perfect smile, you should concern all items which can affect your smile. If the form of your face, lips and the size, shape, and color of your teeth follow facial rules, as well as the coordinate of your facial parts, can provide you a perfect smile. The two big front teeth in the upper jaw (central incisors) and lateral incisors and two canine teeth on each side of the lateral incisors are visible in a perfect smile.
In a beautiful smile, the edges of the upper teeth should be parallel to the lower lip.
The symptom of aging is the less visibility of the frontal teeth of the upper jaw and over time, these teeth don’t show when smiling. So specialist orthodontist tries to reveal these teeth which are related to youthfulness. Although there is a general formula, men’s incisor teeth usually less expose than women. Men’s upper teeth are more visible while smiling.
Different items that cause the incisor teeth to expose are :
- Aligned and lined up teeth
- Tooth color
- Tooth size
- Smile with confidence
The perfect gums are usually pink in color. Another sign of smile design is exposing gums in a normal range when smiling. Generally, red, swollen, reversed or discolored gums and receding gums can be signs of periodontal or special disease. So an orthodontist first checks the health of the gum.
In an ideal and perfect smile, the edges of upper teeth should be parallel to lower lip when smiling. A special orthodontist is able to remove any abnormal space or excessive overlap between these two arcs with tooth orthodontic.
The dark space between corners of the mouth which are visible during a smile called negative space. This space displays in all smiles in different ranges. Inappropriate sizes of dark space, depending on teeth size and arc width, have a negative effect on your smile.
Width of the perfect smile
A wider smile provides a more attractive face. The width of the upper dental arch determines the width of a smile and the lower dental arch is made when teeth are joined together on an arch. The dental arch of some people is narrowed and you can see just their frontal teeth and back teeth are hidden inside and back of the frontal teeth. In an ideal condition, you can see the premolar teeth which are sides of their smile. However, the width of the smile is vary depending on individual biological factors. For example, a person with largemouth has a wider smile. A special orthodontist is able to provide you the right smile width considering your biological criteria. The size of your face, age, gender and personal expectations of a perfect smile are effective factors for choosing a smile design.
This smile is a sign of warmth and friendship and is appropriate for people who have prominent lips. In this smile design, frontal teeth are specifically larger than their two side teeth.
At a lower age, the teeth size is not the same but by aging and gridding edge of the teeth, they will get the same size. Because of that, the lined up teeth are a sign of maturity. In a thoughtful smile, the edges of frontal teeth are placed in one direction and it is a sign of intelligence and expertise.