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Do Your Teeth Complement your Face Shape?

December 19, 2011

Filed under: Veneers — admin @ 7:43 pm


You’ve heard about having a haircut that flatters your face shape, and using makeup contouring to define facial features has been practiced since the dawn of the blush brush. But have you thought about whether your smile complements your unique features?

If you’re thinking about getting veneers to enhance the look of your smile, there are important factors you have to consider. First and foremost: face shape. Otherwise, your smile won’t look natural.

Here are some standards to go by:

If you have a SMALL face
Steer clear of long, square-shaped veneers. “They may look too dominant and throw off your overall proportions.”
If your face is FULLER
Slightly longer teeth are your best bet because they can create a slimming effect.

If your face is THIN
Avoid thin, long teeth, which will make the face look longer. Broaden your smile with slightly wider teeth to break up the length and add fullness.

If your face is ANGULAR or SQUARE-SHAPED
“Softer edges (on the teeth) will help soften the smile.” Sharp angles may look too harsh.

Available at Aesthetic Dentistry by Design, Veneers can transform a smile in as few as two dental visits.

Handcrafted from durable porcelain, custom shaded to blend with your existing teeth, veneers are semi-translucent shells that Dr. Ken Gasper can permanently bond to your front teeth. They will completely transform your smile, and they may change your life!

Learn more.

Call Aesthetic Dentistry by Design in Colorado Springs for your consultation. 719-59-0700

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