At RiverCrest Your Smile Is A Work Of Art

Answer: They both believe in the Principle of Divine Proportion

DID YOU KNOW THAT HIGHLY SKILLED DENTISTS LIKE DRS. BARBER AND LEE often use Leonardo da Vinci’s “Principle of Divine Proportion” when designing your smile? It’s true.

Many factors are taken into account when designing something as important as a smile including the patient’s age, lifestyle, and physical characteristics. In addition, Dr. Barber and Dr. Lee must take other truisms into consideration such as the fact that our teeth get shorter with age.

A dentist like Dr. Barber or Dr. Lee isn’t far off from an oil painter creating a masterpiece. Similarly, they take their experience and artistic inspiration and turn it into unforgettable smiles. For some, procedural and design techniques require tooth lengthening or shortening. Crowns can bring subtle, yet incredible new dimensions to a patient’s facial proportions. Other times, veneers are considered as ways to widen your teeth or broaden your smile. Most people find it surprising how big a difference these small changes make in their overall appearance. Science and art are fused together in a process that leaves you feeling confident and refreshed.

Just for fun, look at yourself in a mirror and ask the following questions:

> Can I draw a vertical line from my pupil to a corner of my mouth?
> Does my face divide into fifths vertically (5x the width of one eye)?
> Does my face divide horizontally into thirds?
> Does the lower third of my face divide into thirds again (from nose to chin)?

It’s exciting to see that mother nature’s “divine” and intricate connections to artistic principles are in affect on our faces!

Dr. Barber adds, “Cosmetic dental procedures to restore the ideal proportions of your physical characteristics are definitely worth the investment. There’s nothing more fulfilling for our team than witnessing the life-altering transformations that smile makeovers provide for our patients.”

Have you ever wondered how your life might be different if your smile were truly flawless? Have you considered how that might affect your self confidence and ability to succeed? How could that increased self confidence affect your relationships? Your career? Come in and visit with us, and we’ll help you see the vision.

Chances are, once we’re done, you’ll wonder why you waited so long.

Also, be sure to “Like” our Facebook page to stay updated with everything going on in our practice. Thanks!

We look forward to the next time we see you!


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