The procedure takes about 35-40 minutes. It involves taking high-resolution pictures, videos, and also impressions of your face to study the models. At this step, the dentist asks the preferences and expectations of the patient. The predicted results are drawn on digital photos, keeping in accord with the choice of the patient.
These drawings are taken to the laboratory just to craft a trial smile. After a week later, the dentist will present the trial smile to the patient at the next appointment. This trail smile will show how the end results will look like after getting Digital Smile Design. It is a replica made by studying your facial and teeth features, just to see how the first smile will look at the patient.
A trial smile is the most significant part of the procedure. Because it helps the dentist and the patient to analyze the results before completing the treatment. In the last step, the dentist replaces the trail with a permanent smile.