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If you can submit your photos, that will help us determine your treatment plan before your visit! Photos are optional but recommended ????

Click here to see our guide on how to take the photos







What treatment would you like?

Of the images below, which one best describes your teeth crowding?


mild, or no crowding


moderate


extreme

Of the images below, which one best describes your teeth spacing?


mild, or no extra space


moderate


extreme

Photography Procedures

1. Frontal smile with teeth bite together

With no spoons and no flash, take a picture of the teeth smiling with the teeth biting together
(try to show both top and bottom teeth)

2. Frontal smile with teeth open

Take a picture of the teeth smiling with the teeth open.
(try to retract your lips as much as possible so it shows the whole teeth including gum.)

3. Frontal teeth portrait cheek retract

Using spoons and Flash, take a picture of the teeth bite together
(show as much teeth as possible)

4. Left lateral cheek retract (your left)

Using one Spoon and Flash, take a picture from the side. Try to angle the camera as far back towards molars so that it is taking the picture as straight on at the molars as possible. A common mistake is to take the picture from too far forward towards the front teeth.

5. Right lateral cheek retract (your right)

Using one Spoon and Flash, take a picture from the other side. Try to angle the camera as far back towards molars so that it is taking the picture as straight on at the molars as possible. A common mistake is to take the picture from too far forward towards the front teeth.

6. Maxillary (upper arch)

With no Spoons but WITH Flash, standing near a wall, put your head as far back against the
wall as possible and take a picture of the top arch

7. Mandibular (lower arch)

With No Spoons but WITH Flash, standing/sitting normally, take a picture from above of the lower arch. 

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