Services

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is the practice of improving the aesthetic look and feel of your smile.

 

The cosmetic dentistry we perform in our Fort Lee, New Jersey office uses cutting-edge cosmetic dental technologies and is designed to improve the structure and appearance of your smile.

 

Several different components can be used in cosmetic dentistry, depending on your particular dental treatment needs.

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is the process where we assist in returning your natural teeth that have become decayed, lost, or damaged back to healthy, working order.

 

Many restorative dental treatment options are available and can be customized to restore your dental health.

 

These options vary from porcelain crowns to dental bridges and dental implants to porcelain veneers.

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Invisalign Clear Braces

Invisalign is a way for patients to straighten teeth and improve their smile without the need for traditional braces. Invisalign uses 3-D technology to help us map out a treatment plan for your particular needs.

 

After the Invisalign treatment plan is created, a series of custom-made, clear aligners are made. You wear each set of aligners for about two weeks. When two weeks are up, you begin wearing the next set in the series. This process continues until your treatment plan is completed.

TMJ / TMD

As you open and close your mouth, your temporomandibular joints (TMJ) rotate and glide back and forth. You use this joint anytime you move your jaw, like when you speak or eat.

 

Jaw pain and joint ache caused by Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) occurs when the jaw muscles and joints become misaligned. TMD can cause long-term discomfort, pain, and headache. The TMJ is one of the most used joints in your body and when your jaw hurts, it can be one of the most uncomfortable and nagging aches you have.

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Sleep Apnea & Snoring Treatment

Sleep apnea and snoring can occur when your airway becomes obstructed or constricted while you sleep.

 

Patients with sleep apnea or snoring often report feeling tired due to not sleeping well at night.

 

Sleep apnea and snoring decrease oxygen flow and can cause hypertension (high blood pressure), stroke, or even heart attack.