Roxana Ionela Vasluianu, Dana Gabriela Budala, Raluca Elena Baciu, Catalina Holban Cioloca, Cosmin Ionut Cretu, Daniel Paval, Alice Murariu, Nicoleta Ioanid, Gabriela Geletu
The understanding of the oral rehabilitation principles leads to a complex approach of the patient, giving optimal aesthetic, biomechanical and biological results. The patient plays an important role in terms of taking responsibility for the aesthetic aspect. Restoring the aesthetic function involves knowledge of the facial parameters, the principles of restoring facial harmony as well as the geometric proportion of the artificial teeth. The aim of this study is to emphasize the importance of the patient’s evaluation, based on the esthetic rehabilitation, the patient’s perception and the clinician evaluation, so as to ensure the success of the prosthodontic treatment. Conception of the treatment The patients have been analyzed starting from diagnosis and rehabilitation possibilities so as to design the therapeutic concept. Before the beginning of the clinical stages, the evaluation of the patient must be done rigorously, using the current paraclinical investigation techniques. Discussions The success of the prosthetic treatment, from an aesthetic standpoint, requires knowing the patient’s personality in order to predict the degree of psychological acceptance of the prosthetic restoration. The aspect of the edentation is reflected on the patient’s behavior in society, by affecting the self-image and personality. Conclusion The notion of aesthetic or unaesthetic can be interpreted differently, depending on the degree of culture and perception of the notion of “beauty and symmetry”.