Enhancement of facial beauty is one of the primary elective goals of patients seeking dental care. The lower one-third of the face has a major impact on the perception of facial aesthetics. Frequent improvements in natural beauty can be expected to follow restoration of ideal relationships between the denture and the facial soft tissues. By improving deficient facial proportion and integumental form, surgeons, orthodontists, and restorative dentists have the unique opportunity to address these aesthetic needs.

The new factor
New results can be obtained from a FAD Smile Makeover, wherein one can improve the lower third of the face, where wrinkles pop up around the upper lip area, through manipulation of tooth width and size – while still keeping a natural looking appearance by using FAD (Facial Aesthetic Design). In addition, one can incorporate facial aesthetic injectables: Botox, Dysport, Juvederm, and Restylane to further improve the face.

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