Today, dental care involves both restorative and aesthetic solutions. We at the Princeton Natural Health Care in Princeton, NJ, are proud to bring you Princeton Cosmetic Dentistry, an essential branch of dental practice focusing on improving the appearance of teeth and gums, as well as a person’s bite. Cosmetic dental procedures may have restorative benefits, but this depends on the procedure to be carried out. Princeton Cosmetic Dentistry concentrates on smile improvement; you can also consider it as a “smile makeover” treatment.
At Princeton Natural Health Care, we understand the benefits of having a radiant and beautiful smile. This provides a great boost to your self-esteem, self-confidence, and eventually career and personal relationships. Feeling good about yourself allows you to establish better relationships. It is easier to socialize and interact if you feel confident. Making a positive impression on other people also helps.
Our Princeton dentist, Dr. Baran typically performs four primary types of cosmetic procedures:
· Addition of dental material to gums or teeth
· Removal of gums or tooth components/structure
· Improvement of tooth, gum, and mouth appearance
· Changing teeth’s shape or form
Examples of treatments include whitening, tooth reshaping, bonding, dental bridges, veneers, gum lift, and bite reclamation. Some of these procedures accompany surgical or standard oral treatments. Dr. Baran may recommend a specific treatment or a combination of solutions depending on the condition of your teeth.
Whitening is the most common cosmetic treatment. This involves bleaching using whitening chemicals and mouth trays. Patients can choose from in-house or DIY whitening. Dental bridges and veneers, on the other hand, act as substitutes for missing teeth. Bridges are preferable if you only lost a tooth or two. Your dentist may recommend another option if you’re missing more teeth. Gum lift and bite reclamation address problematic bites causing teeth and jaw deterioration. Come to Princeton Natural Health Care in Princeton, NJ and Dr. Baran will study your needs and then recommend the most appropriate treatment plan for you.