|The patient had a very complicated case. The upper left lateral incisor was missing, and the left front tooth and eye tooth were oversized to close the space of the missing tooth. As a consequence, the midline of the two front teeth was shifted to the left of the midline of her face, instead of lining up with the facial midline. Also, a change in the plane of the teeth was present on the upper left behind the eye tooth. A smile design analysis was performed to determine whether the midline could be successfully shifted to the right, and if the bite plane problem could be corrected. It worked! Porcelain crowns and bridgework were done to correct the problems, giving the results shown. The patient is thrilled with her new smile and no longer is self-conscious about her smile.