DIANA CERGHIZAN, TATIANA BRANASCO, ISABELLA CRISTINA BRUJBU, VASILICA TOMA, CRISTINA IORDACHE RESTORATION THE DENT- STOMATO-FACIAL AESTHETIC BALANCE, A TARGET OF DENTAL THERAPY, REGARDLESS THE PATIENT'S AGE For centuries, literature and art have indicated that the smile has its own beauty and that it has an essential role in facial aesthetics. The principles associated with the discovered systems make it easier for the dentist to achieve superior aesthetics. The aesthetic and prosthetic importance of the teeth is substantial, which makes all the methods of treatment - essential. The smile is one of the expressions of the human face that influences our image and relationships with others. The self-confidence, the satisfaction of a pleasant appearance and the charisma of a jovial person conquer at first sight and categorically represent an asset. Dental cosmetics became more complex, much more an art than science; through it, each of us have the ability to change the appearance of the teeth. We can expect different recognition and appreciation abilities in terms of optimal dento-facial aesthetics by partial or total edentulous patients. The characteristic of dental-facial aesthetics are somewhat related to civilization, origin and geographical area. The restoration of the dental-somato-facial aesthetic balance represents a desideratum of dental therapy regardless of age. A good knowledge of the principles of evaluation of the dental and somato-facial aesthetic equilibrium as well as of the principles and individualized restoration methods can provide the dentist with success in the therapeutic approach. The study was conducted on a group of 71 patients, between 2015-2016, belonging to different social backgrounds and age categories. Treatments needed for the clinical situations in the investigated study lot were grouped into: two or more obturations (with the highest weight in the investigated clinical situations), followed step by step by: fixed prosthesis-microprosthesis or aggregation element, fixed prosthesis deck body; endodontic treatment; extractions. The need for treatment at the level of the frontal group is represented primarily by obturation, followed by conjunctions (unidirectional prostheses or aggregation elements). Extractions also occupy an important place.