Love Your Smile This Valentine’s Day

The official day of love and romance is just around the corner. How will you be celebrating Valentine’s Day this year? Perhaps a cozy candlelit dinner at your favorite restaurant, a delicious champagne brunch with your sweetheart, or a dreamy weekend getaway with that special someone in your life.

Whatever your plans entail this February 14, we hope you’ll be smiling with confidence! If your pearly whites aren’t so bright and are holding you back, we’ve got a few easy ways to spruce up your smile before Sunday rolls around.

How to make your smile sparkle

Flash a glittering, beautiful smile for that special someone with these tips, offered by Chelsea Dental Aesthetics.

Love your smile this Valentine’s Day

As you prepare for Valentine’s Day this year, think beyond roses and boxes of candy. Plan on flashing a beautiful healthy smile with a little help from Dr. David Blaustein, your NYC cosmetic dentist.

To request an appointment for a professional cleaning or tooth whitening at Chelsea Dental Aesthetics, we invite you to call 347-618-6544.

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Chelsea Dental Aesthetics Comprehensive, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry located in Chelsea, New York, NY

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