Tips for Enhancing an Unsightly Smile

Do you have an unsightly smile? If so, you likely feel self-conscious when socializing, taking pictures and even looking in the mirror. You deserve better! Our dentists, Dr. Lembo and Dr. Jaffin are happy to offer cosmetic dentistry to patients like you who deserve the beautiful smile they have always wanted. If you’re interested in improving the appearance of your teeth and gums with cosmetic dentistry in Haledon, New Jersey, call our office and schedule an appointment!

There are many cosmetic dental treatments that can help you in many ways. In fact, each treatment can help with different types of problems. Some treatments available include dental veneers, teeth whitening, dental crowns, dental bonding and more. Sometimes more than one treatment can be used to improve the appearance of your smile!

When you come to our office for your consultation, our dentist will thoroughly examine your teeth, gums, underlying bone and smile to measure their health and strength. Next, they will ask you questions about your smile goals. After careful consideration, our dentist will determine which treatment is right for you. Once the decision is made, they will create a treatment plan that will explain each step involved. When you’re ready, we will begin treatment.

Call Belmont Dental Associates today at 973-790-4494 if you have any questions. Our dental team will be happy to tell you all about cosmetic dentistry, so please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from and helping you!

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