Beautiful cosmetic work takes into effect all the other structures of the face and the body, the skin tone, the hair, the eyes, the lips, the color of the gums. And so it just flows, if you will, with the patient. Cosmetic work that is not good looks like a mismatch. It looks like teeth that were placed on to the person, but they don’t necessarily belong to that particular person. I spend a lot of time looking at the patient and talking to the patient aboutthe full picture asking them to bring in old photographs of what they’d like to see, bring in photographs from magazines. We’re just trying to gather as much information so we come as close as possible to what they’re seeking. What we do mock ups or models so you get an idea what it will look like at the end. And say, “Hey! I’d like to tweak that. I don’t like this. I don’t like that.” We also make sure that when we finish the cosmetic work that you come back, then we follow up to make sure that it’s what you were looking for.