Bergenfield Dental Associates | Cosmetic Dentistry in Bergenfield

Call: (201) 384-0100
Toll-free: (877) 987-SMILE

29 West Church Street
Bergenfield, NJ 07621

Cosmetic Dentistry
AGD Member
 

If you're like most people, you've always wanted to change just one thing about the way you look. Maybe you think your nose is too big, or your hair is too curly, but if it's your teeth that you've always wanted to change, you've come to the right place.

Dr. Ehab Shahid, director of Bergenfield Dental, has focused his practice on restorative and cosmetic dentistry since 1989. That's because he knows that with a beautiful smile many people feel more confident in their abilities and themselves. Cracked or chipped teeth, gaps, missing teeth, discolorations and stains are all easily repaired with the help of Dr. Shahid. And best of all, he'll take the time to explain every option available to improve your smile. And let you make the choice of what treatment is best for you.


Porcelain Laminate Veneers

Porcelain laminate veneers are translucent, thin laminates made to improve the esthetics (shape, spacing, color) of natural teeth, to correct crowding, or to replace composite bonding.

Although porcelain is an extremely translucent material, it is also very strong. Porcelain veneers and crowns are permanent restorations, and they can be expected to last for many years. Also, there are no food restrictions - once they are cemented you can eat normally (apples, corn on the cob, etc) — porcelain simply covers the imperfections in your own smile!


Bonding

Bonding involves applying a composite resin compound to the surface of the tooth to repair a chipped, cracked, or decayed tooth. Bonding can also be applied to exposed roots to decrease sensitivity.

Tooth-Colored Fillings and Inlays

Tooth-colored fillings and inlays replace the gold and silver of the past with natural looking materials.

In the 1970's, "white fillings" came into common use. These "tooth-colored fillings" were made of a plastic dental resin filled with microscopic filler particles and were called composites. When dental composites were first introduced, they could only be used in the front teeth, because they weren't strong enough to withstand the chewing pressure of the back teeth (in excess of 40,000 pounds per square inch).

The composites of today have been vastly improved over the ones developed nearly forty years ago. They are strong, durable, and attractive. In 1999, the American Dental Association gave white fillings its seal of approval and now many insurance plans cover their use.


Zoom! One-Hour Whitening

Teeth whitening quickly and painlessly whitens and brightens your smile. It even makes coffee and tobacco stains disappear. Imagine becoming 8 shades lighter in a one-hour, painless office visit!

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Invisalig

Invisalign® Clear Braces can give you the beautiful straight teeth you've always wanted. It works through a series of invisible aligners that no one can tell you're wearing. So you can smile more during treatment as well as after. In both clinical research and in orthodontic practices nationwide, Invisalign® has been proven effective at straightening teeth. For additional information, visit Invisalign's Website.

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Bergenfield Dentist | Cosmetic Dentistry. Ehab Shahid is a Bergenfield Dentist.