Incorporating elements into the smile design that visu- ally translate each patient’s personal identity may help dentists provide restorations that correspond to the esthetic as well as the psychological features of the cre- ated image. This can positively affect patients’ emotions, behavior, and confidence, and thus their reaction to the definitive treatment outcome.
Nowadays in the aesthetic dentistry concepts, techniques, and materials which aim is to establish new smiles with minimally invasive approaches and maximum natural effect on the restorations and in the same time to restore the mastication and phonetics for a better quality of life are used.
When combined with traditional treatment planning methods, digital tools can offer a more conservative approach and more predictable
final results3, 6. The merging of 2D designs and 3D digital models allows prosthetic constructions to be completed digitally
Abstract: The visagism concept in dentistry tries to achieve the most appropriate smile design for every individual patient. The design is based on facial analysis, the patient’s personality and their preferences, and is calculated and visualized as a teeth configuration. The paper presents VisagiSMile – aesthetic dentistry software which automates the theory of dental visagism. The goal of VisagiSMile is to automate this process of creating aesthetic cases and to eliminate the human factor from the analysis.
Aims: This study evaluated the dominant facial and personality types and their correlation among males and females in Central Indian population.
Purpose: The main challenge in that research is the analysis of the harmonic unity between widths, heights and areas of maxillary frontal teeth in the natural dentition. Also to be de- fined the proportional ratios between them. Knowing those proportions we can create a frame of the smile in a natural harmony with the face.
Purpose: To determine the proportion prevailing in the natural dentition and to define the types of dominance, by examine the interrelation between widths, heights and areas of the upper frontal teeth on plaster models.
Purpose: To analyse main features of the four facial types – strong, dynamic, delicate and calm (according to the adap tated classification of Hippocrates) and by mathematical modeling to be generated digital face maps for facial type determination.