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|Iraqi Dental Association, Iraq|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Oral Hyg Health|
|Cosmetic dentistry is considered as one of the priorities that people need all around the world in a high percentage. According to that, cosmetic dentistry is considered the subject of today. Based on this fact, the term cosmetic dentistry has become vernacular across the globe. Most of the patients nowadays are looking for cosmetic corrections. They may ask to rehabilitate their smile so that they can get the most beautiful smile according to their convenience. The reason behind this patient demand may have great effect on the psychological behavior of the patient. The variation of this demand depends on the severity of the appearing beauty of the smile line of the patient. Many of these patients may become shy; others may become aggressive with psychological trauma. Also some of these patients may isolate themselves from the community so, they may not share any social activities and the end result is inferior complexity. So the clinician here is playing the role of a dentist and a psychiatrist at the same time. Hence, the dentist or the specialist who is working in the field of cosmetic dentistry may change the whole life of the patient. In other words, you are rehabilitating the life of your patient. The difficulties in cosmetic correction may vary from one case to another depending on many factors. The most important target of all these cases is bad looking smile line which affects the personality behavior. These factors may include 1. The severity in complicated cases, like severe crowding, which may need huge space availability, 2. Difficulties to treat cases like gum smile profile patient, 3. Difficulties to treat patients lacking the required inter occlusal space relationship, 4. Difficulty to treat patients having big diastema spaces, 5. Difficulties to treat canine cases out of occlusion which might be situated labially, 6. Difficulty to treat patients with severe bone loss in the anterior region, 7. Difficulty to treat patients with inconvenience in the level of gingival margin, 8. Difficulties to treat patients with shifted midline that is clearly visualized and diagnosed, and 9. Difficulty to treat patients having traumatic accidents that require immediate solution to improve the aesthetic profile. This article discusses these difficulties by displaying some clinical case reports of many patients suffering from bad smile line. Most of these patients have psychological trauma and they were looking for immediate solution. Meanwhile, they were looking for a dentist with deep emotion that he has a spiritual behavior towards them. This is considered part of the keys for successful end results. The final conclusion of this article is how to make your patients live happy and practice their life normally keeping in the mind that money is not everything in our faded life.|
Mudher Ali is General Secretary and Board member of the Iraqi Dental Association. He is the Councilor at the IAOR (Iraqi Association of Oral Research) which belongs to the International Association for Dental Research (IADR). He is the Head of the Department of Prosthodontics at the Iraqi University. He was selected as one of the best ten personal fair and honest personalities among the Iraqi community in 2013-2014 which is organized by TEDX (in Iraq).
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