New Jersey Cosmetic Dentistry Blog
Dentist Serving Bergenfield, Dumont, Paramus and Oradell, New Jersey
As healthcare professionals we are fully complying with all ADA recommendations as well as any and all government executive orders. The health, safety and well being of our staff and patients is and continues to be our priority. Our office is open for emergencies only and we are operating on a shortened scheduled until further notice. We hope everyone remains safe during this time.
Dental implants are made of titanium, a low-density, high-strength metal that is resistant to corrosion. They are designed to produce consistent results for a lifetime. On the surface of dental implants are several microscopic holes. When implants are placed, osteoblasts and connective tissue in the jaw insert... Read More
You probably know that Invisalign® offers a visually unobtrusive way to straighten teeth, but that doesn’t answer the one glaring question: Will Invisalign treatment hurt? And the truth is, it can, but not nearly as much as traditional wire and bracket braces.
Invisalign uses a series of aligners, each designed to gently push your teeth closer to... Read More
There’s only one month left before the start of school in Oradell, giving families just enough time to make all the preparations needed for a successful start to the new school year. In the midst of collecting school supplies and updating the wardrobe, don’t forget about the health of your child’s teeth. Call our office to schedule a cleaning and... Read More
Dental bonding is a treatment with both cosmetic and general focuses. Placed over teeth, dental bonding is an ideal solution for:
- Small chips and cracks in tooth enamel
- Uneven tooth shapes and sizes
- Minor gaps and spaces
- Crooked tooth presentation
- Severe tooth discoloration
With dental bonding, Oradell family dentist Dr. Howard Perlmutter can produce a look that is consistent with adjacent teeth, creating ideal contours and shading to ensure a natural-looking... Read More
What does wine do to teeth? That's a surprisingly complex question and not one with a clear answer. But as we approach Valentine’s Day, a day where Americans spend around... Read More
Bruxism (tooth grinding) is a serious condition. When left unattended, this habit can cause uneven tooth wear, gum recession, and trauma such as chipped or broken teeth. Worse still, chronic tooth grinders may give themselves TMD, a painful and limiting condition that can require surgery to correct.
Many people only find out they are teeth grinders during... Read More
The Holiday Season is fast approaching, bringing with it feasts, family, and friends. During this time, how you care for your teeth can have a lasting impact on year-round oral health and beauty, making it important that you consider both at-home and professional care even during these busier times of celebration.
The Thing About Sweets
Sugar doesn’t actually... Read More