Smile Design you can feel on your skin

Smile Design you can feel on your skin

One of the main goals of the methods we use at the White Clinic is related, as I told you before, with the importance we imprint to each treatment. We want to feel confident and secure of our decisions, and at the same time we want our clients to be included in the process and know everything that’s going to happen from start to finish.


With the digital treatment plan I told you about in yesterday’s article, we can make it happen, by building a mock-up or design replica of the new teeth we’ve created digitally to that patient. This temporary replica is inserted in the patient’s mouth so that he can see what he’ll look like at the end of the treatment.


This innovative technique allows us to reconcile the aesthetic and the biologic outcome, i.e., it allows each patient to feel on his own skin the Smile Design we’ve prepared exclusively for him, even before the start of the treatment. Additionally, it’s crucial to us to collect the patient’s first impression and his feedback, so that we can always give our best.

By following the digital plan our client approved, not only can we drastically minimize human error, as we can also execute the treatment thoroughly and reduce the total time spent in the procedure, always including our patient in the whole Smile Design process!

Our experience using all this strategy and technology has been downright good, but by no means do we fail to be attentive to other methods or solutions found by our fellow dentists around the world. So, let us know your thoughts and doubts on this subject and please do leave us your suggestions on the theme.


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