Hollywood Smile

Hollywood Smile

Hollywood Smile

and Aesthetic Smile Models

Interest in the aesthetics of the front teeth is becoming increasingly popular day by day, and today there are many treatment options you can choose from to improve your smile. What should be the model, color, and appearance of the dental veneer you choose? In this article our doctors explain how to choose the shape according to the shape and type of a person's face, whether there is a difference between male and female dental models, and what are the most aesthetic and beautiful models of dental crowns preferred by celebrities.

Models of Zirconium Teeth

Choosing the right shape for the new zirconium coating is very important for creating a smile that best suits your face. Just as each face is different, so is the model of teeth that suits each person. The smile catalog at the Las Vegas Institute (LVI), which classifies models of dental crowns and bridges is designed to facilitate patients and doctors in making the right choice.

The Best Shapes of Zirconium Teeth

Before making your choice, according to the detailed facial shapes described below, consider the characteristic features given for teeth in different shapes in the LVI catalog. According to this catalog, the smile consists of 12 different models and is quite easy to choose from.

Models of Male Teeth

Aggressive: This shape, preferred by many male celebrities, gives the face a strong individuality and bold appearance. While slightly curved and semi-straight canine teeth show an aggressive look, rounded central and lateral incisors indicate a strong character.

Hollywood: As the name suggests, this shape, very popular among dental models of Hollywood celebrities, generally resembles the aggressive form, but the lateral incisors are noticeably shorter than the front teeth. This is the choice of men who want to show they have perfect teeth without appearing aggressive.

Strong: In this shape, often preferred in applications with zirconium porcelain, the teeth are usually closer to square in shape and have distinct edges. The prominence of the canine teeth is very noticeable. They are highly preferred by people with long faces.

Mature: In this form, the front and lateral incisors resemble the aggressive form and reflect a strong character. However, the tips of the canine teeth are sharper and less prominent. It may be preferred by people with a fuller face.

Dominant: In this model, the front lateral incisors are slightly shorter, and the pointed parts of the canine teeth are emphasized and protruding. Pointed canine teeth and protruding corner incisors are the choice of people who know exactly what they want.

Softened: In this model, the edges of the teeth are more curved, and the corners have smoother transitions compared to other models. The difference in level between the lateral incisors and the central teeth is reduced, and the sharpness at the top of the canine is filed down. 

Models of Female Teeth

Enhanced: Among dental models made of zirconium porcelain, this is the most preferred shape by patients. The edges of both the central and lateral incisors are rounded. This makes the lateral teeth appear slightly higher than the centrals, resembling a seagull's wing. The tips of the canine teeth are pointed and prominent.

Focused: Although similar to the enhanced shape, in this model, the edges of the central teeth are not rounded and have a square appearance. If you have an oval face shape, this model will complement your smile very well.

Functional: In this model, which is very similar to the enhanced shape, the teeth are slightly rounded, the front lateral incisors are longer, and the canine teeth are slightly more prominent. It is often preferred by both men and women.

Natural: As the name suggests, this shape is the model that is closest to the natural arrangement of teeth. The differences in levels between the front, lateral incisors, and canine teeth are evident. The distal angles of the teeth are rounded, and the tips of the canine teeth are pointed.

Youthful: With this long-shaped type, the canine teeth are pointed and prominent, similar to the strong shape. In this model, which is close to the bunny teeth model, all teeth have rounded contours.

Oval: In this model, which has the most aesthetically pleasing oval shape among front teeth facet models, all teeth, including the canine teeth, are produced in an oval shape with rounded edges. This model is especially preferred by women with petite facial features.

Aesthetic Models of Porcelain Teeth According to Face Shape

Regardless of whether your new tooth is zirconium, porcelain, or Empress laminates, you need to choose from aesthetic tooth models that are most suitable for the shape of your face. Face shapes are usually divided into 4 different categories. Each face type should have a balanced and suitable model to best reflect the characteristics suitable for your personality.

Small Heart-Shaped Faces: You should avoid long and square teeth as much as possible, as they will appear disproportionate and dominating with your petite face shape. Rounded and shorter teeth will suit your face better.

Oval and Full Faces: If you want to give your entire face a more dynamic and slender look, long teeth in a square or slightly rectangular shape are ideal for you. When choosing your teeth, opt for shapes with rounded lines instead of angular teeth.

Round and Sharp Shape: The face shape that best suits rabbit teeth models is the round one. Prominent facets look more attractive on round-faced individuals. Sharp angles may appear too harsh, so choose teeth with softened angles.

Square and Long Faces: For this type of face, which gives a very distinctive appearance, teeth with a round shape should be chosen, while teeth with a long shape should be avoided to prevent the length of the face from being noticed.

Color Choices

The materials used in modern aesthetic dentistry can now offer more vitality and realism. For more challenging cases in the treatments we offer, we can perform personalized shaping and modeling with our talented laboratory technician.

The colors used in laminated porcelain or zirconium coatings are divided into 4 main categories: reddish-brown (A), reddish-yellow (B), gray (C), and reddish-gray (D).

The color transitions between the categories are pronounced by numbering. In aesthetic dentistry applications, a person's tooth color can be changed by applying procedures to all teeth in the smile line. In these applications, the most commonly preferred tooth colors are B1, A1, and A2.