Dr. Jacquie Smiles offers Cosmetic Dentistry services to her patients in the Woodbury, Long Island area.
Have you ever wished for a more attractive smile?
Are you ever hesitant to smile or feel self- conscious about smiling due to stains, chips, gaps, or other imperfections?
Cosmetic Dentistry services are available to ensure you never have to hide your smile again. With countless treatment options, personalizing your experience and correcting those cosmetic ailments, Dr. Jacquie Smiles specializes in a speedy enhancements that demolish your concerns.
The wide variety of treatments offered are safe, affordable, and effective. There is nothing stopping you from achieving your ultimate smile makeover!
Cosmetic Dentistry Includes:
Possibly the most popular request that falls under the category for cosmetic dentistry would be teeth whitening. Dr. Jacquie Fulop-Goodling offers several different whitening treatment systems. When trays with bleach are used, impressions are taken and the resulting trays are filled with a bleaching agent. Results can be seen in as early as 3 days. Varying agents can be used and this method is an extremely effective way of whitening sensitive teeth. This method can be used on patients after the full eruption of their second molars, around 12 years of age.
When the in-office bleaching method is used, a stronger agent is painted on the teeth and then activated with a plasma light. Depending on the strength used, the agent can whiten teeth up to 8 to 10 shades lighter. This method is wonderful for patients who can not tolerate wearing a tray or who have a special occasion coming up soon.
Other Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures/Treatments:
- Porcelain Veneers/Fillings
- Gum Recontouring and Enamel Recontouring
- Dental Tooth Bonding
- Rejuvenation Procedures
- Dental Implants
To schedule your Cosmetic Dentistry Consultation in Woodbury, please call (516)921-6010 or fill out the contact form to get started today! You may also visit our office at 40 Crossways Park Drive Suite # 105 in Woodbury, NY 11791.