Smile Analysis

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Your smile plays a major role in how you perceive yourself. A charming smile can open doors and shatter ceilings that stand between you and a fuller, richer life.
If you’re not completely happy, perhaps it’s time to get your New Smile!!!


If you’re not happy with your smile or curious about possibly changing it, consider the components of a beautiful smile. It is important to know your particular issues so you can understand and discuss what you are really looking for.
It will help your cosmetic dentist to develop a treatment plan that meets your long-term goals.


When you’re talking about getting a beautiful perfect smile, you must understand that a smile consists of, Not Only the teeth, but it also includes gum tissue that is visible when you’re speaking or when your lips are in ‘full smile’.

Below are some of our components of our smile analysis to assist you in identifying areas of focus. Changes to your smile can make a significant difference in the overall composition of your face.


1.In a slight, ‘half’ smile, with teeth parted, do the tips of your teeth show?

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2.Do your front teeth stick out?

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3.Are the lengths of your central incisors in proportion with your other front teeth?

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4.Are the widths of your central incisors in proportion with your other front teeth?

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5.Do you have a space (or spaces) between your front teeth (or any teeth)?

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6.Are the six lower front teeth straight and even in length?

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7.If your front teeth contain tooth-colored filling(s), do they match the shade of your teeth?

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8.Do any of your teeth have visible cracks, chips, or fractures?

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9.Are your back teeth free of stains and discolorations?

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10.Do your restorations – fillings, porcelain veneers, and crowns – look natural?

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11.Are your front teeth crowned or overlapping?

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13.Are any of your front teeth darker than the others?

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12.Do you have any missing teeth that you have not replaced?

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14.When you smile broadly, the so called ‘full smile’, are your teeth all the same shade?

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1.Have your gums receded from the necks of your teeth?

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3.Are your gums red and or swollen?

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2.When you smile broadly, do your gums show, and how much is visible?

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4.Do the curvatures of your gums create half- moon shapes around each tooth?

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1. Is your mouth free of decay and gum disease, which can cause bad breath?


1. Do your cheeks and lip area have a sunken-in appearance?

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2. Do your teeth complement your facial shape?

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3. Does the midline of your teeth align with the midline of your face?

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4. Is the shape of your teeth appropriately masculine or feminine for your overall look?

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Reference : Ronald E. Goldstein, DDS.