Background: In daily practice, patients often inquire about how cosmetic procedures in the anterior teeth can affect the appearance of their smile. When attempting to have reasonable and clear responses, the dentist will use image and picture-processing tools on a picture of the smile to replicate the treatment expected alterations. The DTS PRO is a simple-to-use tool in the same software category that provides a variety of tools that the clinician able to use to display the potential restorations on a smile image digitally. Methods: This paper aimed to explain the procedures and possessions of digital simulation of cosmetic restorations indicated for sixty participants 20 patients, 20 dentists and 20 technicians for esthetic treatments of anterior teeth using DTS PRO version 15.9. The intended restorations included laminates, tooth whitening, digital smile designs, orthodontic tooth movement, bonding, gingivectomy and CLP, replacement of missing tooth/teeth, and extraoral changes after orthodontics/ orthognathic surgeries. Results: The simulation technique for restoration work designed for anterior teeth tends to be a valuable way of enhancing contact between the dentist, the patient and the laboratory. Various methods used to execute such a method, depending on the program chosen. Understanding of dental photography and simple handling of the image, processing software is an essential requirment for effective simulation. Conclusion: The used software powered by AI assists clinicians at various digital workflow stages and offers guidance on digital technology improvements and advancement before the patient’s acceptance of the treatment scheme. Clinical Significance: Clinicians, patients and technicians may use three-dimensional interdisciplinary models to see how each dental procedure affects subsequent treatments. Expectedness of various processes in esthetic dentistry, ortho, implant, periodontics and oral maxillofacial surgery is increased with this treatment planning strategy, as is patient awareness and satisfaction.