The terms ‘big’ and ‘small’ are relative and used as relative to the size of facial features.
If the teeth and facial structures are evenly small, nothing will appear wrong with the smile. The facial appearance is proportionate and aesthetic. The same is true for big teeth and proportionally big facial structures.
Teeth among each other may have structural remarkable differences or the relation of tooth size and jaw size may be disproportionate. Those discrepancies are very obvious and are associated with diastemas, narrow lips, prominent upper and/or lower lip, mouth breathing, deep bites. The mouth
becomes focus of attention in a negative sense.
Aesthetic Dentistry can resolve many of these problems and make patients more confident about themselves.