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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry in New York & New Jersey

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is a practice of dentistry that focuses on improving the appearance of a patient’s smile, teeth, and gums. Some cosmetic dentistry procedures will combine aesthetic improvements with oral health improvements, depending on the care that the patient needs. In this way, many cosmetic dentistry procedures are elective, but not all of them.

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What Dental Problems Can Cosmetic Dentistry Help?

Even though cosmetic dentistry is often arranged at the patient’s request, not due to a dental health recommendation, it still can be useful for fixing a variety of dental problems and improving oral health.

Cosmetic dentistry can help with the following and more:

  • Discolored teeth
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Oral health concerns
  • Self-confidence issues

One-third of Americans are unhappy with their smile. Feeling embarrassed about your teeth can affect your confidence. Cosmetic dentistry isn’t just aesthetic; improving your appearance can improve your emotional health and many other parts of your day-to-day life as a result.

Types of Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

Our cosmetic dentists throughout the tri-state area offer state-of-the-art services to help you feel good about your smile and improve your overall oral health. We can offer many different treatment options to meet and exceed your expectations.

Our cosmetic dentistry services include:

  • Teeth whitening: If you have discolored teeth, perhaps due to smoking or drinking coffee, a teeth whitening procedure can give you a brighter, whiter smile in no time.
  • Bonding: Small gaps or chips in teeth can be restored through bonding, which will improve the overall aesthetics of your smile.
  • Crowns: Crowns are used to restore the natural shape and appearance of a tooth that has become damaged or significantly chipped.
  • Veneers: To change the color or shape of your teeth when they are subtly chipped, discolored, oddly shaped, unevenly spaced, or crooked, talk to ProHEALTH Dental about veneers.
  • Reshaping and contouring: A careful reshaping or contouring treatment handled by our professional dentists involves the removal of small portions of enamel to adjust the size, length, and shape of your teeth.
  • Dental bridges: A dental bridge is a tooth-supported restorative piece that is used to replace one or more teeth to correct contours and function or restore aesthetics.

Why Choose ProHEALTH Dental?

ProHEALTH Dental is one of the largest and most trusted networks of dentistry clinics in the tri-state area. When you want cosmetic dentistry done right and by professionals who focus on your comfort and satisfaction, you want ProHEALTH Dental. Don’t just take our word for it, though; we invite you to read some of our patient reviews.

In addition to being trusted by patients and peers, we are also known for making it easy to get the cosmetic dentistry procedures you want. We keep a flexible calendar so there is always a convenient time to schedule you in. Also, we accept most major insurance policies offered to people in the tri-state region so, if you have insurance through your work, then we most likely accept it.

State-Of-The-Art Cosmetic Dentistry

Our office is equipped with state-of-the-art technology for superior results. We are constantly training and incorporating the newest technologies for our patients and our staff participates in continuing training so you can be sure that you are getting the highest quality care from a qualified and dedicated team.

Contact us to learn how we can improve the look of your smile.

Cosmetic Dentistry FAQ

How much does cosmetic dentistry cost?

The cost of cosmetic dentistry depends on the procedure being completed. We can’t promise one cost or another without first sitting down with you and reviewing your options and your dental insurance. We accept most major insurance providers, though, so there is a good chance that the cost of your cosmetic dentistry procedure will be covered to some extent.

Who can receive cosmetic dentistry?

Anyone can schedule a cosmetic dentistry procedure if they want to improve the quality and shine of their smile. For example, teeth whitening is one of the most commonly requested forms of cosmetic dentistry. Otherwise, people with teeth damage or gaps tend to receive cosmetic dentistry the most.

Will cosmetic dentistry improve my oral health?

Certain cosmetic dentistry procedures are more than just aesthetic; they are also good for your oral health. Crowns that cover cracks in teeth, for example, can help make sure those teeth do not fracture.

Is a cosmetic dentist the same as a dentist?

Dentists can specialize in all sorts of different treatments and procedures, including cosmetic dentistry. In this way, every cosmetic dentist is a dentist, but not all dentists are cosmetic dentists. When you want cosmetic dentistry done, you should make sure that you choose a dentist who understands the specific procedure that you are requesting or need.

Is cosmetic dentistry permanent?

Some cosmetic dentistry procedures will be permanent. Veneers are considered permanent because they attach to your teeth after some enamel is removed to allow the attachment. Other procedures aren’t permanent, though, like teeth whitening, which can be done routinely to ensure that your smile is always bright.

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  • “My son was very comfortable and happy with the visit. At first, he was a nervous wreck but he can't wait to go back to his second visit and he liked his doctor and assistant and it was just an all-around great visit.” Nancy A.
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