Smile Design

At Boston Dental, our smile design concept focuses on more than just teeth—we balance the esthetic elements of the face and how they work together to help you achieve your most beautiful and natural smile. Our Smile Design Studio provides a relaxed environment with the latest imaging technology to help you visualize and create your perfect smile.

We believe everyone deserves a smile to match their inner beauty. If you feel self-conscious about your smile because of discoloration, improper spacing, unevenness, chips, cracks or other damage, please visit us for a consultation.



Describe Yourself

People turn to cosmetic dentistry to achieve perfect smiles for a number of reasons. The Smile Design process begins in a relaxed yet purposeful meeting where you can describe yourself, hopes and desires. We discuss with you factors that are holding you back from the perfect smile that is right for you. Our Smile Design Studio involves you in the smile design process, by sharing your goals, expressing your desires and expectations with us. You become the designer of your own smile while we use photos and videos taken at several steps of the treatment, to help clearly visualize and improve your ideas.

You are an excellent candidate to refresh your entire look with a cosmetic smile makeover if you feel self-conscious for any of the following reasons: crooked, chipped, or worn teeth, and discoloration or spaced teeth. The Boston Dental team of specialists will use smile-imaging technology to factor in important elements, such as your age, skin tone, face shape, tooth color, and tooth size.


Stains and other discolorations can ruin an otherwise beautiful smile. While whitening is always an option, most people have other imperfections to correct too, so veneers are a more complete and permanent solution.


Teeth should be evenly spaced. Too far apart causes gaps, and too close together can cause crowding and overlapping. Braces and Invisalign can correct teeth both spacing and crowding, and veneers can close gaps quickly and easily.

Chips, Cracks and Other Damage

Chipped, cracked or damaged teeth distract from the overall appearance of a smile, even if they are quite small.


When some teeth are longer or shorter than others, a smile is going to be less than perfect. Most importantly, the teeth may not be in the optimal position to enhance facial form. These factors combined can create balance and harmony if the details are respected.