Can I get Angelina Jolie smile with veneers? + Can I get grafts?
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Smile aesthetics of Angelina Jolie
Can I get Angelina Jolie smile with veneers?
No dentistry is going to change your lips per se, but by making veneers or crowns or doing orthodontics to move the teeth outward, more lip support can sometimes be achieved. However, this may effect your phonetics (ability to speak certain sounds).
I would certainly not recommend any gum grafting in your case, as your gums seem to appear very natural. More gums onto the teeth will make your teeth look shorter, and actually a gummy smile is often very objectionable esthetically.
To be honest, I think your objectives may be too high and unrealistic for current dentistry and plastic surgery to achieve. You are a unique and special person. Don't try to look like Angelina Jolie, just try to look the best your can within your own unique body.
You might be interested in looking a the web link below, which addresses tooth shape. Tooth shape, maybe like Jolie, with the same color, might be a realistic way to improve your smile.
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First off, I'd like to tell you that your smile creates a beautiful starting point for the cosmetic enhancements that you're seeking. So with this said, I'll give you some professional answers to your questions.
Answer to question 1 - Of course porcelain veneers could make your teeth bigger and wider. I would recommend a slight increase in height and a lesser increase in width. If you were my patient, I would recommend emax veneers on the front 6 teeth with the whitest or second whitest shade possible. Veneers would be great because they would be highly stain resistant, which would prevent the need for whitening/bleaching years from now.
Answer to question 2 - If you don't like your upper jaw being back that far, I would recommend dermal fillers in your upper lip to give your mouth the appearance of a more forward jaw. I would not recommend grafts.
Answer to question 3 - It is possible to do a soft tissue graft of your gum tissue to make it look fuller, but I would definitely not recommend this for your case. I would only recommend some bright white, fuller and bigger porcelain veneers.
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Sarah Thompson, DMD
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How to Get Angelina Jolie's Smile.
You have some great questions about is it possible for you to get a similar result. The answer is that you are uniquely different, so your best smile may not exactly be Angelina's, but it is possible to have your smile improved so it's unforgettable.
First, find the best cosmetic dentist you can. You are going to want a very precise result and you will need a cosmetic dentist who can create great porcelain veneers, as well as has a great team in case you need gum grafts or braces.
One great place to start with cosmetic dentistry is to consider having a computer smile simulation made. You can give your list of what you want changed, he can make the simulation, and then you both can look to see if that's what you want BEFORE you start any new work. In some cases it can be done with veneers.
If you get a simulation that you are happy with, then you may be able to have a mock up made. This can be done by laying some temporary veneer material right on your teeth. Then you can preview it from many different angles to see if it fits you and suits you.
At that point, your cosmetic dentist can tell you what steps it will take as well as what your costs will be. Some journeys are as simple as adding some veneers to the front of your teeth. Some can be quite complex involving braces and gum grafts as well.
In the end, if you FEEL like Angelina Jolie, and you feel like the world looks at you like you have her smile, then you've achieved what you are looking for. That's the power of great cosmetic dentistry!
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