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DSD - Digital Smile Design

Always following advances in cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Celso Soares brings to his patients the DSD – Digital Smile Design, in Portuguese, Desafio Digital do Sorriso.

It is a technique developed by Brazilian dentists and that is revolutionizing the way of planning aesthetic treatments in dentistry.

Through photographs and videos taken of patients by the dentist, it is possible to carry out a computer study of the shape, size and position of the anterior teeth in relation to the patient's face.

This technique allows the dentist, through photographs and plaster models made from the patient's molds, to make specific plans in the search for the dreamed perfect smile, whether in major prosthetic treatments, implants, orthodontics and aesthetic veneers. It can also simulate on a computer changes in the contour of the gums and showing the points to be improved through surgical, prosthetic, orthodontic or restorative procedures.

It is possible in many cases to carry out a kind of “trial” of your new smile before carrying out the treatment through a procedure called “test-drive”.

After approval of the aesthetic test, the treatment itself begins, with the preparation and making of the veneers with the Cerec CAD-CAM system, which allows you to make a faithful copy of the planned teeth so that they are identical to those that were planned. . Thus reducing adjustments and increasing accuracy and predictability.

With this, an even faster, more precise and aesthetically excellent treatment is possible.

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