This tool was developed to work as a tutorial as the page is scrolled down.
This software interprets the input numerical data through specific tolerance craniometrical parameters and selects the teeth models which are closer do the desired dimensions and shapes.
You may press 'Search' at the bottom of the page at any moment and the search will be performed with the already input parameters.
If you want to refine your search go to the 'Advanced Search' page.
It is not necessary to fill all the fields.
After the exhibition of the search results, you may select the tooth models you want to visualize. You may notice a slight disproportion of sizes, especially among models from different manufacturers.
During the selection of artificial teeth for a patient, one should consider the following parameters:
(1) size; (2) shape; and (3) shade.
(1) Select size
  After the contour correction of the reference wax planes, mark the lip angles on the upper plane. The use of a blunt spatula prevents the risk of hurting the patient.  
  Ask the patient to make a forced smile in a way that the upper lip shows most of the wax plane. Make a mark at the upmost portion of the lip.  
  The marked lines suggest the space the six anterior teeth should occupy so that the lips can function as a beautiful "frame" for the smile.  
Note that the distance between the lip angles is only a reference to be adopted, and there are another parameters to obtain such measure. However, all parameters described in the literature do not have statistical evidence when the dentate patient measures are considered.
  To establish the width of the six anterior teeth, use a flexible ruler to make a measurement of the curved distance between the lip angles.  
  Fill the box with the measure. Use dot (,) to separate decimal fractions.
Width of the 6 anterior teeth (mm)
If you already have sufficient data on the above fields do perform your search, clik in the "Search Artificial Teeth" button below to see the results. If you want to input more specific data, go to the 'Advanced Search' page.