Mint Dental Centre, 41 Clapham Road, Oval, London SW9 0JD

Digital Smile Design in South London

Advances in computer software packages now mean that if you choose to improve your smile, you can now be fully confident of the results you'll achieve even before your treatment has started.

As well as letting you know what to expect, by working with you to create a digital smile your dentist will ensure you are fully involved in the process of creating your new smile at all times, meaning you will be able to ask any questions and raise any concerns you may have.

Digital smile design is commonly used for veneers, implants and crowns, as well as other cosmetic dentistry procedures.

  1. Photographs are taken of your existing smile and scanned into the computer. Your dentist will discuss exactly what you want to achieve.
  2. Your dentist will use the latest software to design your new smile, creating a realistic likeness of how it will look when treatment is complete.
  3. A 3D simulation of your new smile is then made, so you can see it from all angles before treatment begins.
  4. You will be fitted with a temporary version of your new smile to check that you are happy with the results.
  5. Only when you are completely satisfied will your dentist complete permanent restoration work, leaving you with the smile of your dreams.
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Digital Smile Design (DSD) is a modern approach to cosmetic dentistry that combines digital technology, photography, and video to help dentists and patients create a customised smile makeover. It allows dentists to analyse a patient's facial and dental features, design the ideal smile, and share the digital visualisation with the patient before starting any dental procedures.

Digital Smile Design starts with capturing high-resolution photographs and videos of a patient's face, teeth, and smile. These images are then uploaded to specialised software, where the dentist can enhance, modify, and analyse them to create a digital simulation of the desired outcome. The patient can provide feedback and collaborate with the dentist on achieving their ideal smile design.

Yes, one of the key benefits of Digital Smile Design is the ability for patients to preview their future smile before any treatment is done. The software allows dentists to simulate the proposed changes to a patient's teeth, including reshaping, whitening, and veneers. This gives patients a clearer understanding of how the final result will look and enables them to make informed decisions about their treatment plan.

Digital Smile Design offers several advantages over traditional smile makeover procedures. Firstly, it provides more accurate and predictable results, as dentists can visualise the end outcome in 3D before initiating any treatment. Additionally, patients have the opportunity to actively participate in the design process, ensuring their expectations are met. Lastly, it helps minimise unnecessary treatments and reduces chair time as digital planning allows for precise execution.

Yes, Digital Smile Design can be used for a wide range of smile makeovers, including teeth whitening, orthodontics, veneers, and dental implants. By using advanced digital tools, dentists can create a personalised treatment plan tailored to each patient's unique needs, resulting in a beautiful and natural-looking smile.

The length of the Digital Smile Design process depends on several factors such as the complexity of the case and the patient's specific requirements. Generally, it involves an initial consultation and assessment, followed by the digital imaging process and design collaboration with the patient. Once the design is finalised, the actual treatment can be scheduled, which may involve multiple visits or procedures. While it may take some time, the digital workflow helps minimise the duration and ensures optimal results.

Absolutely! Digital Smile Design not only focuses on the aesthetics of your smile but also takes into account functionality and overall oral health. With the aid of digital technology, dentists can analyse and optimise elements such as bite alignment, tooth positioning, and occlusion, ensuring that the new smile not only looks great but also functions properly for chewing and speaking.

Digital Smile Design itself is a non-invasive process and does not pose any risks to the patient. However, specific dental treatments such as veneers or dental implants, which may be part of the smile makeover, carry their own potential risks. Dentists will thoroughly explain any potential risks and complications associated with the chosen treatment plan, allowing patients to make informed decisions.

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