Dr. Boff & Dr. Goujani
50 North Central Ave. 
Ramsey, NJ 07446
(201) 327-3060

Which Cosmetic Dentistry Procedure is Right For You?
By Robert E. Boff, D.M.D. and Banafsheh Goujani, D.M.D.
September 26, 2019
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

If the appearance of your teeth is keeping you from smiling, it might be time for a touch up. At Ramsey Family Dental, Dr. Robert Boff and Dr. Banafsheh Goujani offer a variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures that will restore your teeth and bring back your grin.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding, which uses a tooth-colored composite molded to shape, is a good choice for teeth with cracks, chips, gaps or noticeable imperfections. After the composite is cured, your teeth will strong and fully functional.

Whitening

For yellowed teeth, an at home kit with strips or gels may not be strong enough to restore your teeth to their original whiteness. An in-office bleaching treatment uses a higher level of peroxide for more dramatic, effective, and longer-lasting whitening.

Veneers

For teeth that are crooked, unevenly spaced or rough on the surface, veneers are a less conspicuous alternative to braces. Fitted to the surface of your original teeth, veneers, generally made from ceramic, appear natural while giving you an imperfection-free smile.

Dental Implants

If you are missing teeth, or have one or more that are severely damaged, dental implants can fix your smile using artificial teeth attached to posts permanently secured in the jawbone. Dental implants are sturdy and remain securely in place, making them a less cumbersome and detectable than dentures.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are an option for teeth that are too damaged to support veneers. After taking away the outer surface of your tooth, a crown, made to match your other teeth, will be attached by your Ramsey dentist. Crowns, like veneers, have a natural but blemish free appearance.

Cosmetic dentistry at Ramsey Family Dental in Ramsey, NJ, can give you the confidence to show off your smile. Call (201) 327-3060 for a consultation.

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