Elisei Gabriela

Title: Closing diastemas and tremolos in dental aesthetics

Addressing diastemas and tremolos that form space between the teeth, especially in the front part of the dental arches is often instantly visible whenever a person speaks or smiles. This factor can have significant psychological consequences. In societies with strict aesthetic standards, people with diastemas can feel embarrassed, which can lead to a lack of confidence. The constant awareness of obvious diastemas may even discourage them from laughing or smiling openly to avoid revealing them, which could significantly affect their quality of life.

These aspects must be taken into account when discussing treatment options with patients. The interaction between dental aesthetics and psychology plays a vital role in providing not only a better smile, but also a better quality of life for individuals with diastemas and tremors.