Tooth anomalies and flaws on the front teeth


Correct tooth anomalies and flaws on the front teeth with bestsmile Veneers. swiss made, from CHF 80/month.

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What are tooth anomalies?

Dental anomalies include various abnormalities that can affect the teeth. Teeth that are too big or too small are a common anomaly.

Tooth anomalies and flaws on the front teeth
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Causes of tooth anomalies

Most dental abnormalities are congenital. Developmental disorders, lost or damaged baby teeth or the growth of wisdom teeth can also influence how adult teeth develop and cause problems such as teeth that are too small.

Why correct dental anomalies?

There can be issues connected with abnormal teeth depending on the severity and the number of teeth affected.


  • Difficulties with brushing one's teeth
  • Eating and chewing problems


  • Unharmonious smile

Everyday issues

  • Reduced well-being
  • Impaired speech

How Veneers correct abnormal teeth

Many dental anomalies and flaws on the front teeth, such as teeth that are too small, can be corrected with Veneers. How it works:

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    We use a 3D scan to create a preview of your new smile (Smile Design)

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    You choose the shape and colour yourself, and our specialised dentists will advise you so that your Veneers are a perfect fit. Your temporary Veneers allow you to preview your new smile ahead of time.

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    The final Veneers will be produced exactly to your wishes

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Before and after: tooth anomalies and flaws on the front teeth

  • Before and after: tooth anomalies and flaws on the front teeth
  • Before and after: tooth anomalies and flaws on the front teeth

Advantages of bestsmile Veneers:

Wafer-thin and gentle
Best materials – swiss made
Long-lasting results with 10-year guarantee
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Tooth anomalies FAQs

Will insurance cover the cost of correcting tooth anomalies?

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Health insurance usually doesn’t pay the cost of aesthetic dental corrections. Depending on your insurer and policy, however, these costs may be covered. The best thing to do is to contact your health insurance company directly to find out if they cover the costs of fixing dental flaws.

How can dental anomalies be corrected?

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The term "dental anomalies" covers a broad spectrum of flaws on the teeth. This means that there is no one-size-fits-all treatment. There are various treatment methods that could be used, depending on the severity and type of flaw:

  1. Veneers

Veneers are ideal for cosmetic improvements of abnormal teeth. These wafer-thin ceramic shells can be modelled to blend in with the rest of your teeth, creating a harmonious smile. Veneers can be a great option for correcting teeth that are too small.

  1. Aligners

If your dental abnormalities are impacting your ability to chew, it can be a good idea to correct your bite beforehand with Aligners. These transparent braces push the teeth into the desired position, which can then later be beautified using Veneers. This ensures that you achieve the best possible result, both aesthetically and health-wise.

  1. Gum lift

Dental anomalies such as teeth that are too small can also impact the appearance of the gums and lead to an imbalance between the teeth and the gum tissue. When smiling, too much gum tissue is revealed. This "gummy smile" can often be corrected with Veneers and additional contouring of the gums.

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What kinds of anomalies can be treated with Veneers?

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Why choose bestsmile?

Dental expertise

Our specialist medical staff will be with you and advise you free of charge during every step of the way over the course of your treatment.

swiss made

All bestsmile products are custom-made in our own production facility in Switzerland.

10-year guarantee

We take responsibility for your result and we give you a 10-year guarantee.

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When will you get your new smile?

Book your free 3D scan and consultation appointment now

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