Acta Scientific Dental Sciences (ISSN: 2581-4893)

Review Article Volume 4 Issue 4

Getting Younger Every Day - with Smylist

Maria Csillag1* and Ajay Kakar2

1Principal Author and Creator of the Smylist® Concept, Aesthetic Dentist, Budapest, Hungary, Europe
2Supporting Contributor, Periodontist, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

*Corresponding Author: Maria Csillag, Principal Author and Creator of the Smylist® Concept, Aesthetic Dentist, Budapest, Hungary, Europe.

Received: March 03, 2020; Published: March 20, 2020

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Abstract

  There are multiple avenues which have been suggested for reversing the process of ageing. It is a given fact that the cellular process of ageing cannot be stopped. It is a natural process every living being goes through. This article explores the aspect of early onset ageing where the look on the face is a decade or more elder than the natural biological age of the patient. The reasons for this early onset ageing are explored and enumerated. Muscles tend to lose their tone adding to the aged look and the reason for this loss of tonicity is also explained.

  Methods to stop and reverse this condition of early onset ageing are then explained. The connection between a rotated mandible and early onset ageing is established. Cases are presented which clearly demonstrates how this process can be effectively reversed.

Keywords: Smile Design; Smylist®; Facial; Midline; Aesthetic; Design; Software; Face Analysis; Parameters; Face; Geometry; Ageing; Gnathoageing; Wrinkles; Folds

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Citation

Citation: Maria Csillag and Ajay Kakar. "Getting Younger Every Day - with Smylist”. Acta Scientific Dental Sciences 4.4 (2020): 92-96.



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