- Company Name: Aesthetic Smile Design
- Street: 246 Hamburg Turnpike, Suite 206
- City: Wayne
- State: New Jersey
- Zip/Postal Code: 07470
- Region: North New Jersey
- Phone number: (973) 595-0700
- Website URL: http://www.njaestheticsmiledesign.com/
- Country: United States
- Listed: April 23, 2014 6:36 pm
- Expires: This ad has expired
A different kind of dental experience at Aesthetic Smile Design in Wayne NJ.
Aesthetic Smile Design – quality preventive, restorative, reconstructive, and cosmetic dentistry in Wayne, NJ.
At Aesthetic Smile Design, we take pride in providing advanced dentistry using the latest and most effective technology available. You can benefit from state-of-the-art diagnostics, planning, and treatment.
We are here to help, not to hurt. We use gentle techniques, advanced comfort technology, and optional sedation to provide you with the best experience possible. Our suite of hard and soft tissue lasers allow us to complete many procedures painlessly, without drilling and without anesthetic injections. When injections are needed, The Wand medication delivery system allows them to be administered quickly, precisely, and comfortably.
X-rays are a familiar and important part of dentistry. These images allow your dentist to see the bones and tooth roots. However, the traditional technique was less than ideal, as it caused patient discomfort, and the images showed minimal detail. Today, we have a much better option. We use digital x-rays (digital radiography), which improves the patient experience and safety, as well as the quality and efficiency of treatment.
The desire for a beautiful smile is universal. We all want to look our best, and feel good about our appearances. At Aesthetic Smile Design, we offer a full range of cosmetic services, to make the smile of your dreams a beautiful reality. Our team has the expertise and artistic talent that make the difference between a nice smile, and a spectacular smile.
Oral health is the foundation of beautiful smiles, and accumulating research shows that it is also important for overall health. Unfortunately, time, wear and tear, health conditions, neglect, oral injuries, stress, and other factors can take a toll on your teeth and gums. Don’t worry; your smile can be restored, no matter how badly damaged your teeth are. Even if you have lost some or all of your teeth, we have excellent replacement options.
You may be surprised to learn that decay is not the greatest risk to your teeth. Periodontal disease, also called gum disease, is the most common cause of tooth loss among adults in developed nations. Additionally, it has been linked to serious health conditions such as heart disease, kidney problems, stomach problems, diabetes, stroke, and premature childbirth. It is treatable, and often preventable.
Are you unhappy with the appearance of your smile? If so, you may be interested in porcelain veneers. They are among the most versatile cosmetic restorations available, and they require very little alteration to your natural tooth structure. Although veneers are not the right solution for every situation, they can correct a wide variety of esthetic concerns for those who are good candidates.
Although virtually everyone appreciates the beauty of a nice smile, many people underestimate the importance of caring for that smile. Oral health problems tend to be progressive. The best solution is to prevent them entirely. If that is not possible, early detection and treatment is the next best option. This allows us to stop the condition from progressing and restore oral health with the most conservative techniques possible. The sooner you see a dentist the better – but never think it is too late. With good habits and good dental care, you can have the healthy, beautiful smile you deserve.
We have most or all of our adult teeth before we even become teenagers. Unlike the hair, skin, fingernails, and many other bodily tissues, teeth to not regrow or regenerate themselves. The teeth that you have when you become an adult are the teeth you will have for the rest of your life. Needless to say, it is vitally important that you take good care of them, and make an effort to preserve them. However, even with the best hygiene and dental care, your teeth will become darker.
Oral Systemic Health
What is oral systemic health?
Historically, dentistry focused on repairing teeth. In modern times, the scope of dental care expanded to focus on oral health, preventive medicine, and aesthetic improvement. A growing collection of research shows that the dentist also plays an important role in your systemic (affecting your entire body) health, quality of life, and possibly even longevity. Your mouth is not separate from the rest of your body, and its health is not separate either. This very important connection is called Oral Systemic Health.
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