How Good is Your Smile? Before your initial visit ask yourself these questions so you can be sure to get the most from your consultation. We will offer you professional advice and solutions but first you must identify the areas that concern you.

  • Are you embarrassed to smile?
  • Does this affect your confidence?
  • What do you not like about your smile?
  • How would you like to change your smile?

For the analysis, the best thing is- to stand in front of a mirror. Now, smile at yourself using your "normal" smile. Next, look at the mirror and think of a hilarious moment in your life and give a big, laughing smile.

  • Are there any spaces between your teeth.
  • Do you have teeth that are crooked, zig zag, or out of line from others.
  • Are you unable to keep your lips closed.
  • When compare to other teeth, do any of your teeth appear short and fat or too small or too large.
  • Are the edges of any of your teeth too long or too short.
  • Do your teeth (as a group) slant one way or another.
  • Is the midline of your two front teeth centered with your face and nose.
  • Are the edges of your canine teeth too long, sharp, or they look out of line.
  • Do you grind your teeth or are any of the biting edges on your teeth chipped or worn down.
  • Do you have a "gummy" smile - showing too much gum tissue or having gums that are too thick.
  • Does any tooth looks longer than other teeth?
  • Are all of your teeth white or are they somewhat yellow, dark, or stained.
  • Have your gums receded or do they appear red or puffy?

If you answered YES to ANY of the above questions, it's the time to get the problem corrected & have a more beautiful smile.