WHAT IS BEAUTY?

Beauty is defined as "the phenomenon of the experience of pleasure through
perception of balance and proportion of stimulus." It's impossible to measure
beauty objectively, since everyone views it differently based on life experience,
predispositions and biochemistry. Beauty may be immeasurable, but harmony—
one of the most important components of physical beauty—can be measured.

The golden ratio, or the golden proportion, can be found throughout nature and
in some of the world's greatest works of art. It can also be found in the facial
structure of the people we consider to be most beautiful. It has been said that if
you draw a rectangle around the face of the Mona Lisa, the ratio of height to width
of that rectangle is equal to the golden ratio.

While symmetry is scientifically proven to be attractive to the human eye, most
faces have asymmetry within them. The true art of creating facial harmony involves
an understanding of exactly where and how the face is asymmetrical in order
to help balance out those asymmetries. This balance creates a generally more
symmetrical and, therefore, more attractive person.

Facial aesthetic design is about more than just teeth—it's about all the elements
of the face and how they work together to achieve a beautiful and natural smile.

Facial aesthetic design is about more than just
teeth—it’s about all the elements of the face
and how they work together to achieve the most
beautiful and natural smile.

Facial aesthetic design is about more than just teeth—it’s about all the elements of the face and how they work together to achieve the most beautiful and natural smile.

FACIAL AESTHETIC DESIGN

The traditional method of smile design often focuses on creating perfectly
symmetrical teeth, which, in the asymmetrical frame of the face, actually creates
more disharmony. In fact, paralleling the teeth to the asymmetrical lines of
the face is what creates balance. Although dentistry is in many ways a science,
aesthetic dentistry requires the innovation, creativity and the skill of an artist to
craft the perfect smile to complement an individual’s unique facial features.

While beauty may be subjective, balance is not—and balance is what the team
at Apa Aesthetic Dental Centre can create, using advanced facial mapping
techniques and a thorough understanding of how the human eye perceives beauty.

THE APA PHILOSOPHY


Bringing out your essential beauty means understanding the essential You. Clients
who come to Apa Aesthetics are looking for something more than traditional care—
they are looking for a seamless team of aesthetic experts to see them for who they
are and guide them on a journey toward unlocking their essential beauty, through
enhancing the aesthetics of their smile.

Our approach involves an assessment not only of your facial form, but also the
emotional and behavioral aspects of your beauty. Personality and character, unique
expressions and habits all contribute to overall facial beauty, and factoring them in
is fundamental to our nuanced work. When you enter our office, we meet you as a
complete person so that we can understand how you portray yourself in the world.
It’s this big-picture philosophy that guides us in our pursuit of pure, effortless,
natural beauty.

WHAT IS BEAUTY?

Beauty is defined as "the phenomenon of the experience of pleasure through perception of balance and proportion of stimulus." It's impossible to measure beauty objectively, since everyone views it differently based on life experience, predispositions and biochemistry. Beauty may be immeasurable, but harmony- one of the most important components of physical beauty—can be measured.

The golden ratio, or the golden proportion, can be found throughout nature and in some of the world's greatest works of art. It can also be found in the facial structure of the people we consider to be most beautiful. It has been said that if you draw a rectangle around the face of the Mona Lisa, the ratio of height to width of that rectangle is equal to the golden ratio.

While symmetry is scientifically proven to be attractive to the human eye, most faces have asymmetry within them. The true art of creating facial harmony involves an understanding of exactly where and how the face is asymmetrical in order to help balance out those asymmetries. This balance creates a generally more symmetrical and, therefore, more attractive person.

Facial aesthetic design is about more than just teeth—it's about all the elements of the face and how they work together to achieve a beautiful and natural smile.

Facial aesthetic design is about more than just teeth—it’s about all the elements of the face and how they work together to achieve the most beautiful and natural smile.

FACIAL AESTHETIC DESIGN

The traditional method of smile design often focuses on creating perfectly symmetrical teeth, which, in the asymmetrical frame of the face, actually creates more disharmony. In fact, paralleling the teeth to the asymmetrical lines of the face is what creates balance. Although dentistry is in many ways a science, aesthetic dentistry requires the innovation, creativity and the skill of an artist to craft the perfect smile to complement an individual’s unique facial features.

While beauty may be subjective, balance is not—and balance is what the team at Apa Aesthetic Dental Centre can create, using advanced facial mapping techniques and a thorough understanding of how the human eye perceives beauty.

THE APA PHILOSOPHY

Bringing out your essential beauty means understanding the essential You. Clients who come to Apa Aesthetics are looking for something more than traditional care—they are looking for a seamless team of aesthetic experts to see them for who they are and guide them on a journey toward unlocking their essential beauty, through enhancing the aesthetics of their smile.

Our approach involves an assessment not only of your facial form, but also the emotional and behavioral aspects of your beauty. Personality and character, unique expressions and habits all contribute to overall facial beauty, and factoring them in is fundamental to our nuanced work. When you enter our office, we meet you as a complete person so that we can understand how you portray yourself in the world. It’s this big-picture philosophy that guides us in our pursuit of pure, effortless, natural beauty.