Cosmetic dentistry is designed to improve the appearance of teeth. This may involve replacing missing teeth, straightening crooked teeth, or whitening discolored teeth. In cosmetic dentistry, the focus is both on the appearance of the teeth and their function. Patients may also undergo cosmetic dentistry procedures to conceal imperfections in their teeth.
Whitening your teeth is one of the easiest ways to create a dazzling, attractive smile. You can whiten your teeth from the comfort of your home using a whitening kit or gel. However, if you have stubborn stains, a professional whitening procedure at our dental office may be a better option.
Professional whitening uses stronger whitening agents than at-home kits. This professional-strength whitening gel can remove even the most stubborn stains, leaving your teeth several shades whiter. Once the procedure is complete, your teeth will look beautiful and healthy.
Dental veneers are thin, shell-like restorations that are made of durable porcelain. They are custom-made to fit over your teeth and become part of your smile. Veneers are bonded to the front of your teeth for a natural appearance.
Dental bonding is an economical and non-invasive cosmetic dental procedure. This treatment can be used to improve the shape and color of your teeth. It is commonly used to repair teeth that have small chips, cracks, gaps, or teeth that have noticeable staining.
Dental bonding uses a composite resin material. This material can be tinted to match the color of the rest of your teeth. The material is applied to your tooth and shaped and polished until it is in the correct shape. Bonding can be an ideal solution if you are only having small cosmetic issues with your teeth.
A dental crown, often known as a “tooth cap,” is a porcelain restoration that covers the entire tooth. A dental crown is used when a tooth is too damaged to support a filling, inlay, or onlay restoration.
A dental crown restores a tooth to its normal size, shape, and color.
Cosmetic dental procedures such as dental bridges can restore your oral health while enhancing the aesthetics of your smile. Traditional bridges consist of an artificial tooth and two dental crowns on each side that serve to hold the bridge in place. The bridge is then anchored to one or more natural teeth to secure the restoration.
Dental implants are one option to replace missing teeth. They consist of a titanium post that is surgically implanted into the jaw. This post integrates with the bone and provides a strong base for a porcelain crown. The crown is designed to look just like a natural tooth and fit comfortably in the smile.
Our dentists at Rand Center for Dentistry in Flanders, NJ, provide the best dentistry solutions and the best dental care for patients. To learn more and schedule an appointment, call (973) 370-8917.
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