What a difference it makes when you have teeth that look near perfect. That doesn’t have to be a mere wish. At Morris Plains Center for Dentistry, veneers allow for the reality of a more attractive smile.
If every tooth had to be either repaired or replaced, few people would make the effort to see our Randolph cosmetic dentist. It would simply be too much effort (and too much expense). Veneers simply cover the imperfections so that all you and anyone else sees are great looking teeth. If your tooth structure is basically strong, then chances are you will be qualified to get veneers. Our Randolph cosmetic dentist takes impressions of your teeth, which the dental lab uses to make your veneers from durable, tooth-colored, stain resistant porcelain. The slender shells are then returned to our office where you will come in to have them fitted to your teeth that are chipped, discolored, misshapen, poorly sized, crooked, or with wide spaces between them and their neighboring teeth. How are they placed? Once you have determined that you like how they look and feel, a thin layer of tooth material is removed to make room for the veneers. This way, all of your teeth are even, with no protrusion of the veneers, which are subsequently bonded to the fronts of their respective teeth. Expect 10 to 15 years out of them, which is in contrast to dental bonding, an alternative to veneers that only lasts a few years.
We are confident that you will be unable to contain your optimism when showing off your new smile after you get veneers. There’s no good reason to wait any longer. So please reach out to our office and schedule an appointment to come in for a consultation and examination by our Randolph cosmetic dentist.
Dull looking teeth can make you self-conscious and limit your desire for social interaction. For many people yellow teeth are embarrassing. ZOOM! whitening is a technique used at our Randolph dental office of the Morris Plains Center for Dentistry to help patients regain the white teeth that they once had. Years of eating and drinking can discolor teeth, so can the repeated use of certain medications, so dentists are at the forefront of restoring the color of teeth. Whitening products abound in retail stores but these products do not have the precision and lasting whitening power of those available to dental professionals.
Our practice uses the Zoom! System to whiten our patient’s teeth the procedure can be done in our Randolph dental office. In our office our doctor will apply a 20 percent hydrogen peroxide whitening varnish onto the teeth, which is then activated through the use of a special light. The patient keeps the ZOOM! whitening solution on for 15 minutes then it is brushed off by our staff, this is repeated three times for a total time of about 45 minutes and after the last cycle the beautiful restored smile is revealed. Generally, our patients have experienced results of the Zoom! treatment that are up to eight shades lighter. We provide the patient with a special Zoom! gel to use at home for touch ups whenever necessary.
ZOOM! whitening is just one way in which our practice can improve the look of your teeth. Our Randolph dental office is equipped with the latest technology to offer all cosmetic dentistry services from tooth whitening to bonding and white fillings, to veneers, implants and tooth replacements, restorations, inlays, crowns and surgery to lengthen or shorten the gums. If the look of your teeth is bothering you please come to our office so we can help you enjoy smiling again.
It doesn’t make sense to wait until problems arise and then come in for treatment. Yes, sometimes issues come up without any warning, but far more often all it takes is a commitment to preventive care to keep your teeth and gums strong and healthy. Here at Morris Plains Center for Dentistry, we Randolph dentist urge you to come in every six months for a visit to have a complete examination and teeth cleaning. When combined with your daily oral hygiene regimen and a nutritious diet limited in sugar, you can feel confident that you are doing everything possible for your teeth and gums.
Dental plaque is bacterial in nature. It’s invisible, but hazardous; eroding tooth enamel and irritating and reddening gums. And that’s just for starters. Any plaque that is not removed as part of your brushing and flossing will harden and become tartar. You cannot remove tartar with at-home methods. Instead, you need to see our Randolph dentist. Tartar buildup is eradicated with a professional teeth cleaning. In addition, if are showing any effects of early stage gum disease, gingivitis, our teeth cleaning will reverse them, and set your gums back on the right track, toward optimal well-being. If gingivitis is allowed to progress, the result is the latter stage of gum disease, periodontitis. That means inflammation, infection, persistent bad breath, receding gums, bleeding when you brush, loss of gum and bone tissue, and loose teeth are all very possible. And you would then require a more invasive type of cleaning known as scaling and root planing. Our Randolph dentist wants you to be able to avoid that. Furthermore, our examination and x-rays ensures that any cavities are treated promptly, preventing potential toothaches, infections, root canal, and extractions later.
Schedule your session for preventive care with our Randolph dentist by reaching out to us right now.