This patient was unhappy with her maxillary incisors. Her central incisors slanted in while her lateral incisors flared out. Too much gum tissue added an additional visual complication. Her bicuspid teeth slanted inward, creating a narrow arch. Her concerns were satisfied by trimming away the excess gum tissue above her maxillary central incisors and placing ten porcelain veneers. Her central incisors were brought forward while her lateral incisors were brought in. The outer surfaces of her bicuspids were brought out to broaden her arch. All this was accomplished in just two visits.
This young woman presented with a "diastema" or space between her maxillary two central incisors. She also wanted to permanently brighten her overall smile. The solution was to create ten porcelain veneers which were applied to her maxillary teeth in just two easy visits. No more diastema and a brighter smile changed her entire facial look.