Smile design is an aesthetic and functional procedure in the field of dentistry. Smile design involves the aesthetic restructuring of the appearance and arrangement of the teeth. This is a procedure done to keep the teeth looking beautiful and can also affect dental health.
The golden ratio is a concept used to make the teeth look aesthetic and natural. The golden ratio ensures that the alignment and size of the teeth match the natural proportions of the human face. The golden ratio includes the ratio between the upper and lower parts of the teeth to be 1.6180339887:1. This ratio is considered a ratio that preserves the alignment and size of the teeth, facial symmetry and aesthetics.
During the smile design process, the dentist aims to provide an aesthetic and natural appearance to the teeth by using the golden ratio. This can be done by changing the size, shape and position of the teeth. In addition, it is aimed to provide an aesthetic appearance to the teeth by changing the colors, curves and surfaces of the teeth.
The golden ratio is the ratio between the upper and lower parts of the teeth.
It contains 1.6180339887:1.
The smile design process is done to provide an aesthetic appearance of the teeth and aims to make the person's smile more beautiful. This process can also affect dental health, for example, by closing the spaces between the teeth, preventing tooth decay or maintaining gum health.