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Good oral and dental health has a significant impact on a person’s self-esteem, social relationships, work success, and hence quality of life. Even when oral and dental care is excellent, deformities, gaps, and difficulties with tooth alignment necessitate expert attention. Tooth decay, tooth loss, discolouration, and gum disorders caused by aging or other factors are also severe cosmetic issues. Medin Globe will assist you in receiving the dental care you require and deserve.

Aesthetic smile design

Today’s procedures for aesthetic smile design are designed to remove unsightly flaws in the mouth and teeth. The purpose of these applications is to achieve a perfect grin, also known as a “Hollywood smile.” What is aesthetic smile design? The concept of aesthetic dentistry is widely used in the dental sector. Doctors in this discipline remove abnormalities and disproportions even when patients’ teeth and gums are healthy, with the purpose of providing the appropriate tooth shape. Customized designs are created with the peculiarities of the face type, mouth shape, teeth, and gums in mind. Treatments and treatments are tailored to the specific needs of each patient. The purpose of the aesthetic smile design is to provide a beautiful and natural grin.

What procedures are performed in Aesthetic Smile Design?

Aesthetic smile design techniques are defined by the patient’s needs, age, gender, facial type, facial and lip structure, and tooth condition. The following operations can be performed during the grin design process: Treatment of decayed teeth Resolution of gum problems Teeth whitening if discolored Dental implant and/or prosthesis if a tooth is missing or needs to be replaced Application of brackets (lingual) if needed Porcelain and zirconium veneer on single tooth or dental bridge or laminate veneer application where each tooth is individually veneered.

Aesthetic smile design

The order of execution: 

If orthodontic treatments are needed Treatment of leveling disorders in the gums Implants and/or prosthetics, In case of missing teeth. Other techniques of a surgical nature are applied, If necessary Bleaching processes if necessary Aesthetic composite fillings are performed if needed Porcelain or zirconium veneers are made from porcelain laminates. After completing all of the above-mentioned procedures, the design is complete. Filling may be done to specific parts of the lips and face as needed to complete the perfect smile.

What benefits does smile design offer?

Smile design eliminates structural faults of the mouth and teeth as well as difficulties associated with aging. Patients receive teeth that complement their facial and jaw anatomy. The color of the teeth becomes whiter and more natural. Teeth fractures are eliminated. Gums take on a healthy pink hue. Teeth get brighter and allow for a brilliant grin. People can be more confident and successful in their social relationships as a result of this.

Dental Implant

In the event of tooth loss, implants made of materials suited for and easily tolerated by the human body, such as titanium, are inserted. The implant, when used as a prosthetic tooth root, reduces the detrimental effects of tooth loss.

Advantages of dental implants in cases of tooth loss

Tooth loss is a condition that, over time, changes the structure of the jawbone and surrounding teeth. Dislocation of other teeth provides an ugly appearance to compensate for the gap caused by a loss. Implants are the most effective means of prevention. This method of screwing in teeth helps to avoid tooth loss, which can cause the jawbone to erode in the long run. So, in addition to the health benefits, it has no effect on the natural aesthetics of the teeth and mouth.

What is surgical implant therapy?

Implant surgery, which is performed under local anaesthetic, was developed to improve and facilitate the aesthetics of teeth. The surgically implanted implant provides a number of aesthetic benefits, and because the procedure is completely painless, the body is not subjected to a significant burden of mental strain. If the patient’s face bone density is insufficient for implantation, a bone transplant is initially performed. What is bone grafting in implant treatment?

Gingival and dental disease, as well as trauma, are the primary causes of bone volume loss. One of the most important factors in ensuring surgical implant success is that the lower and upper jaws are as close to their original form as feasible in terms of bone size and density. Areas of bone shortage are “scaffolded” with various types of transplants. Following therapy, the patient is free to resume his or her normal activities.

Recovery Process of Implant Treatment

The recovery time after implant treatment varies from patient to patient, however it is normally between 2 and 4 months. Through a process known as “osseointegration,” the dental implants will progressively adhere and bond to the bone.

The second phase does not begin until the first has been completed.

The second step of dental implantation comprises of a little surgery in which the gum is minimally opened to allow the specialist to screw in an attachment made of titan known as the implant or dental abutment. This is a brief process that is performed under local anaesthetic. For 7 to 10 days, the abutment is used. The permanent implant prosthesis is applied in the third and final stage. During this time, meticulous adjustment tests are performed to verify perfect alignment with the implant and that the cosmetic finish is in harmony with the rest of the patient’s teeth. Finally, after the treatment, communication is maintained with the patient at regular intervals to monitor the progress of the teeth and mouth.

Titanium alloy ELI Ti-6Al-4V

ELI Ti-6Al-4V titanium alloy is the most common alloy used for dental implants around the world. The body readily accepts such alloy as an integral part of the body through a process known as “osseointegration.” In fact, studies have found that pure titanium has good biocompatibility and corrosion resistance, as well as excellent mechanical properties such as hardness, tensile strength, yield strength, and fatigue strength. The implant, which is a critical and delicate surgical dental procedure, should be created using technology devices. The material’s content and quality are critical for the longevity of the implanted teeth.

Zirconium Implant and Prosthesis

Zirconium is a mineral; it is a naturally occurring metal from which zirconium oxide, a unique ceramic with extraordinary properties, is derived. It has been utilized in the medical field since 1980, while titanium has been used since 1960.

Zirconium is a mineral that is exceptionally robust, anti-corrosive, and biocompatible. Because of its strength and anti-corrosiveness, zirconium has increased endurance and resistance to wear, and because of its ductility, it can also be machined, allowing for the creation of custom-made prostheses with high precision. The translucent qualities of zirconium dentures make them remarkably comparable to real tooth structure, while the color gradation is altered in the laboratory. Zirconium can be placed on a single tooth or a whole arch.

Dental Veneer / Veneer Teeth

Dental veneers, commonly known as veneer, teeth are thin ceramic foils ranging in thickness from 0.5 to 0.7 mm that are implanted and attached to the outer surface of the teeth using special glues. Veneers can be put to either the upper or lower arch, and they can cover all or only a portion of the front teeth, depending on the health and color of the teeth. Dental veneers not only whiten teeth but also help to reshape their shape, length, and position. Except in rare cases where full dentures are preferable, dental veneers can nearly always be created. For instance, in cases of significant carious processes or when chewing is undesirable (they may fall out or break). Professional teeth whitening requires supervision every two years, whereas the color of veneers with proper care (regular teeth cleaning, flossing, etc.) does not require maintenance because it is far more stable and permanent over time.

Implant therapy stages

Several thorough dental examinations are performed prior to each procedure to establish the patient’s readiness for dental implant therapy. In what circumstances is a dental implant not recommended? The most prevalent scenarios are as follows: Recent (6-month) major cardiac pathological occurrences, such as stroke, heart attack, or severe valvular disease In the context of continuous cancer treatments. Immune deficits are severe. High blood pressure that is uncompensated. Diabetes (subject to medical assessment) (subject to specialist consultation). A 3D tomography is performed if the patient does not have a clinical picture that prevents dental implant treatment. The maxilla is examined A special implant is placed in the jawbone The time of execution is determined according to the number of implants and bone structure The osseointegration process begins and lasts 2 to 4 months Start of prosthetic treatment The implantation procedure is finished after these phases. A bridge or crown (fixed dental prosthetic devices) is attached to the implant during prosthetic treatment. Aesthetic smiles are created using veneering procedures. The professional does the dental design and analyzes the teeth and gums.


Teeth are very important to people in terms of aesthetics, thus they should constantly appear properly cared for and healthy. The ideal situation is to have healthy, white teeth. However, alterations in tooth enamel can result in a variety of undesirable dental discolorations. Teeth whitening is a procedure performed by specialists that allows teeth to restore their natural color structure. 

Dyschromia/color loss in the teeth

The most common causes of dental discolouration are: excessive smoking, Consumption of coffee and tea (e.g., tannins contained in coffee or red wine), Systemic illnesses (blood disorders, fluorosis, etc.). Inadequate oral hygiene, some medicines or antibiotic kinds (e.g., chlorhexidine if used for a long time, tetracyclines, etc.). Consumption of foods that are either too hot or too chilly Teeth deterioration. In general, such elements can disclose the problem of dental darkening in people; nevertheless, this process is not irreversible; the teeth can return their white tone with treatments performed or followed by an expert. 

Teeth whitening methods

Before beginning with teeth whitening, the specialist ensures that any disorders such as tooth decay, devitalization, or dentures are treated and that the patient is subjected to meticulous professional oral hygiene. The patient is only ready for tooth whitening treatment following this operation. The method and whitening agent used are determined by the desired level of whiteness and brightness. Tooth whitening methods include: In-clinic teeth whitening, at-home dental whitening under the supervision of a dentist, and laser teeth whitening are all options. 

Clinic teeth whitening

A expert in the facility performs tooth whitening directly. Customized color tests are performed prior to the whitening process, so the patient gets an idea of the outcome even before the treatment. If necessary, treatment begins with a professional dental cleaning by a specialist. To protect the gums, they are properly protected with specific devices. After that, a gel consisting primarily hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide is applied; the concentration of this gel varies depending on the technique utilized and the demands of the patient. The release of oxygen by the gel as it comes into contact with the teeth causes whitening. The oxygen molecules then break down the pigment molecules that cause the discoloration until they are no longer visible. The treatment could be repeated as needed by the patient. 

Teeth whitening at home

Professional home whitening is more successful than do-it-yourself solutions. This approach involves the use of a kit that comprises an individual clear mask that is thermostamped based on a precision impression of your dental arches and a carbamide peroxide gel with whitening action, the concentration of which varies depending on the sensitivity of the patient’s teeth. This mask is worn for roughly two weeks, typically two times per day, for a minimum of two hours and a maximum of six hours. At the completion of the procedure, the teeth are whiter and the grin appears younger. 

Teeth whitening with Laser

Laser teeth whitening is one of the most current and popular techniques in dentistry today, as it produces effects faster than other methods. The patient’s gums are carefully covered with a protective mask, a hydrogen peroxide gel is applied to the teeth and activated with the Laser for 30 seconds, the whitening gel is removed and reapplied three times during the procedure, and the treatment is painless and quick, lasting between 30 minutes and an hour. Because it is a non-invasive treatment, it is painless and has little adverse effects. As a result, it can be used on practically every type of tooth. 

Following teeth whitening

The first 48 hours following teeth whitening are significant. To avoid tooth damage, avoid colored foods such as coffee, tea, and chocolate. It is also vital to avoid meals or liquids that can cause acidity, and smoking cigarettes is strongly advised. Finally, it is recommended not to combine particularly hot or cold foods in the first few days.

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