The term "Perfect Smile" has become our inspiration to the work that we do and the smiles that we create. Indeed, we have even named our practice and advanced training institute after this term when we first set upon this journey of helping people feel good about their smiles.However, we feel that we should define what we mean when we use this term and talk about a perfect smile. In reality, there is no such thing as the perfect smile. However, we do believe that there is a specific perfect smile that is perfect for every individual.
"This is a smile that obeys the guidelines of smile design however is uniquely constructed to marry with the face in such a way that creates a harmonious balanced perception. It also needs to function without traumatic occlusal (bite) interferences."
The perfect smile is a personal perception. For this reason, one person’s perfect smile is completely unique and different from another person’s interpretation of a perfect smile.
Our aim has always been to construct and design a smile that suits. This inevitably leads to the creation of an end result that is very natural looking in shape, form and function. In our experience in the practice and at The Perfect Smile Advanced Training Institute, we have found that patients know the look that they want to achieve but don’t quite know all the intricacies that make up a final look that actual suits them. Simply copying a specific look of a smile doesn’t always result in a compatible end smile. Often many patients bring in photographs and magazine cuttings to explain the type of smiles that they would like to obtain.
On further observation of these smile pictures it is easy to understand the essence of the smile the patient wants. There are certain features that make all smiles look good. For example, if the incisal edges of the upper front teeth follow the lower lip line, it creates an illusion of a pleasant smile. However if these teeth are too long the illusion is compromised and the smile is elongated. On certain patients it may work, on others, particularly if they have a short round face, it would look disharmonious.
Creating the ultimate aesthetics in a smile design is about integrating the interfaces between face, lips, gums and teeth. It’s about designing teeth to work into the combined cosmetic effects of the entire facial system.
We feel that our professional role as the cosmetic dentist should be to assimilate the interpretation of what constitutes a perfect smile in our patient’s mind. Then use the information collected in combination with the cosmetic smile design guidelines to create a perfect smile that suits. This has always been our main objective.
Hence we have worked on and designed techniques that can be used to do just that. This has been the concept behind Smile2SuitU. Your perfect smile can be a Natural Smile, a Hollywood Smile or simply just unique and perfect for you. At Perfect Smile Studios, we have established a unique process of assessment whereby we are able to determine your precise requirements and then use this information to establish a specific smile design to create your perfect smile. The protocols that we use combine innovation, aesthetic principals, minimally invasive concepts and our passion for great results. This is how we are successful in achieving your perfect smile.
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The process starts with a FREE discovery consultation where we discuss your needs and requirements with a Computerised Photographic Assessment to help you understand the possibilities.
We are at this stage able to assist you with potential options available to you. Depending on your requirements we can customise and tailor-make individual treatments plans to suit your needs and budgets. You can opt for simple procedures to more complex involved treatments plans to produce your beautiful new smile. Our aim is answer your questions and provide you with the advantages and disadvantages.
We can also provide you with a computer-aided smile analysis and a hand crafted Trial Preview, to gives you the opportunity to see your smile before we even touch your teeth. We also use Bite Analysis technology to ensure a long lasting, comfortable and a healthy final result.
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5 out of 5 starsposted 9 months ago
Having suffered poor dentistry for years, I had reached the end of my tether in February this year. I researched on line and was pleased to find Perfect Smile studios' website. After the first consultation I was so impressed I decided to have all the treatment recommended. I can honestly say Dr Doshi and his team are true professionals and I would not hesitate to recommend them. I really have the perfect smile.
5 out of 5 starsposted 11 months ago
Having researched every aspect of the Perfect Smile Studios website, I was left in no doubt that I would be in capable hands.
I started the process back in January and after my first consultation, I decided to go all out and undergo all treatment that was recommended. I was confident in what I saw, and paid for my treatment up front. Every visit to the studio, I was always greeted by the staff in a warm friendly manner which quickly put me at my ease, I knew I was in the hands of a professional dedicated team. I couldn't' fail to be impressed by the level of expertise and hard work they all applied to their tasks.
Rahul Doshi is my idea of a true professional, an artist, a perfectionist. You can put total trust in him knowing that he will come up with the perfect smile that's right for you. I cannot express enough how happy I am to have completed my treatment and have a great smile looking back at me in the mirror, and the best part is you get to carry it around with you all the time.
Thanks to everyone at the Perfect Smile Studio, you are brilliant and I will recommend you at every opportunity I get.
Contact us for any questions, requests and further information; or to arrange a FREE Initial Consultation.
The free no obligation Initial Consultation will be with our dentist and/or our Treatment Coordinators. The suitability of options discussed will ultimately be dependent upon your clinical assessment with a dentist at the practice.