Cosmetic dentistry helps you get the smile you want, so you feel confident, and not self-conscious about your teeth. Dr. Archer Katz offers his expertise in a variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures at Emerson Dental Arts. If you live in the area of Emerson, New Jersey, call the office or use the online booking tool to set up a consultation and see what cosmetic dentistry can do for you.
Improving your self-confidence and appearance are at the heart of cosmetic dentistry procedures. Of course, all procedures intend to boost your oral health as well. When you feel happy with your smile, you may be more willing to flash it, boosting your self-esteem and personal connections.
Cosmetic dentistry includes procedures from teeth whitening to replacing missing teeth. Specific procedures offered at Emerson Dental Arts include:
Veneers are an extremely thin layer of porcelain that fit right over your existing teeth, strengthening and improving the appearance of your teeth. Use them to correct issues such as misshapen or discolored teeth. Other issues veneers help improve include:
Tooth-colored fillings are made of porcelain or composite resin and may offer benefits over traditional metal versions.
If you have a filling in a tooth that’s in the front of your smile, tooth-colored fillings blend right in with the rest of your mouth. They may also improve your tooth’s strength and are long-lasting.
Having your teeth professionally whitened gets you to the shade you desire in just a few simple visits. The process is quick, efficient, and effective. Teeth whitening is best for aging teeth or teeth that have stains from things like red wine or coffee.
Dr. Katz uses dental bonding to repair broken or chipped teeth. He may also use it if you have large gaps between your teeth that make you feel self-conscious.
Cosmetic dentures look and feel like your natural teeth, but replace a missing tooth, set of teeth, or an entire row. They can be customized to match a natural shade that fits your complexion and age. Dr. Katz may recommend you fix them in place with implants to preserve the shape of your face and bone structure.