Veneers & Other Cosmetic Treatments To Subtly Enhance Your Smile

Is it possible to have a smile that is too perfect? Cosmetic dentists have come to believe this is true. At one time, patients sought perfection, but a recent survey conducted by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry found that more patients are requesting an improved, but “natural” look.

Subtle smile enhancements are being done through services like teeth whitening and resin or porcelain veneers.

Do you need to see a cosmetic dentist?

Dr. David Blaustein is a highly trained NYC cosmetic dentist at Chelsea Dental Aesthetics, here in Manhattan. Some of the dental issues he corrects include:

Benefits of cosmetic tooth enhancement

The benefits of straighter, whiter teeth may include:

“There’s a misconception that cosmetic dental treatments only focus on aesthetics,” says Dr. Blaustein. “While we do strive to make our patients feel more confident by enhancing the look of their teeth, our corrections are also designed to restore functionality and prevent future issues.”

Affordable veneers in Manhattan

Veneers are placed over existing teeth to improve the color, shape, size and spacing. Placement requires three visits to Dr. Blaustein – the first for a consultation, x-rays and impressions; the second for preparation, which involves removing some of the existing enamel and fitting of temporary veneers; and the third for final placement and cementing. A good aspect of the three-visit veneer process is that it allows time for patients to “test-drive” their new teeth before cosmetic dentists finalize the work.

Porcelain veneers are considered top-of-the-line treatment and the most natural-looking option. And we offer many affordable payment options here at our Midtown dental practice. For more information about a smile makeover in Manhattan, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Blaustein, please call 347-774-4042.

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

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