Smile Designs from your cosmetic dental laboratory

FREE eCourse on Designing Perfect Smiles

Fitting multiple veneer or crown cases on an aesthetically demanding patient can be very stressful, as you well know!

You lose valuable surgery time if the veneers don't fit and damage patient confidence if the aesthetics aren't as desired.

An unhappy patient won't tell their friends and this costs! It costs in losing that patient and in costs in the loss of opportunity that arises out of them telling their friends about you.

You also need confidence to be able to prescribe these complex cosmetic cases and know that the result will live up to your patients expectations, and of course the ultimate desire is for the patient to leave your chair delighted, ecstatic and having experienced a service that is beyond their expectiations


What you will learn on our Smile Design course

In our 4 part our eCourse, which comes in email format and at no cost to you, you will discover:

1. How to plan a smile design using a tried and tested protocol

2. How to ensure your smile design cases are stress free by following our unique "SBO 10 steps to Smile Design Success"

3. How to decide which restoration to prescribe when, where and why

So whether you chose to use conventional feldspatic veneers or i-esthetic, e.max or zirconia crowns, enrolling on our eCourse will significantly assist you in providing the best results for your patients.... all at no cost to you.

SBO Dental Laboratory Cosmetic Smile Design Package

In a moment we will tell you about our smile design protocol, but before we do that the questions needs to be asked "In what ways does your current laboratory let you down with smile designs?"

Lack of understanding?

Lack of attention to detail?

Poor presentation?

other things...?

As you read through this section now, notice how relaxing it becomes finding out that we do understand how smile designs should be done and presented.

All our Smile Designs are returned with 3 models:

  1. A pre-op... where the patient is now
  2. A diagnostic wax up... where the patient wants to be
  3. An ideal preparation model... how to get there
We then also provide a temporisation matrix over the diagnostics so you can make your provisional 'prototypes' for the patient. You will also receive 2 preparation matrices showing buccal reduction required and incisal reduction required. Combining these resources together:
  1. Removes uncertainty for the patient
  2. Removes uncertainty for YOU
  3. Helps you retain as much tooth structure as possible
  4. Helps you prepare exactly where required
  5. Helps reduce your stress levels as we know the end point before we begin
  6. Provides the patient with prototypes that will exactly match their final veneers
  7. Gives the patient an opportunity to comment on the final shape before they are fitted
  8. Helps to reassure the patient and give them confidence in you

This all comes as a single package price, no extras, no having to work out each element cost and add them all together. Just one simple price for the complete package, no mater how many veneers you have waxed up (unles you have <6 when we will charge propotionately less).

After reading this page and when you are ready now to call Keith on 01707 663293 to discuss sending your first Cosmetic Smile Design case 

"You really know about smile designs" - Dr Steve Sharma

'Precision meets art' is not just a strap line for us, it means something! The following case shows how our precise attention to detail at each stage saves you time and how our artistic skills help create a happy patient with reduced stresses for everyone involved.

 Before - enamel erosion and inverted smile line

 After - rather 'white' but the patient happy, directly after fit, so gum needs time to settle



1st model showing a case before diagnostics. A very overcrowded arch. Lines indicating where tooth lengthening will be required. 

2nd model showing diagnostic wax up. The upper right central incisor was removed. A zirconia bridge was eventually made from upper right lateral to the upper left central. Zirconia crowns were made on the upper right canine and upper left lateral and canine.

Without diagnostics it would have been very difficult to visualise what could have  be achieved.