I read the page on vampire teeth. I understand that cosmetic dentists may only want to do this as a temporary procedure. ButÂ isn’t there a permanent proceedure where one can have cupsids (not large) but normal size but made to look pointier? I don’t want anything unnaturally large, just more pointy.
– Sam in Virginia
Yes, more pointy cuspids lend a more aggressive look to the smile, and that would seem to me to be a reasonable request, and it could be done with porcelain veneers and made to be permanent. While there are more people who want the cuspids made less pointy for a softer look, there are some people who want pointed cuspids for that bold, aggressive look.
But you would need a true cosmetic dentist who has an understanding of the different images associated with various smile designs.
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