Learn all About a Variety of Dental Treatments Here

Are you interested in knowing more about some of our dental treatments? If so, you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. Sheldon Kupferman, is happy to teach you about some of the most commonly used dental treatments that help many patients achieve their smile and oral health goals. Those treatments are:

-Dental fillings: Dental fillings are traditionally used to repair decayed teeth. However, they can also be used to treat damaged and unattractive teeth. The two most commonly used dental fillings are composite resin fillings and amalgam fillings.

-Dental crowns: Dental crowns are tooth caps that replace your tooth enamel. They help weak, worn-down, and broken teeth, and they can even enhance the appearance of unsightly teeth. They are made in a dental lab to fit perfectly in your smile.

-Teeth whitening: Teeth whitening helps eliminate tooth discoloration. This is because it removes the surface stains from your tooth enamel. There are many treatments available, including over-the-counter and professional treatments, so it’s best to talk to your dentist about which treatment is right for you.

-Dental veneers: Dental veneers are wafer-thin shells that are made in a dental lab. They are secured over the front surfaces of your teeth to hide their unattractive characteristics.

To learn more about dental treatments in The Bronx, New York, please contact Riverdale Dental Arts at 718-548-1148 and talk to a member of our dental team. We are happy to give you the answers, information, and help you need so you can learn more about dental care. We look forward to your phone call!

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