4705 Harding Hwy
551 New Road
375 South End Ave.
I had terrible problems with my teeth, until Dr. Noveck came to the rescue. Then my dental nightmare evolved into a "Hollywood smile." The crowns and bridgework that Dr. Noveck created for me is so natural looking that no one guesses my front teeth are not my own, or that I have anything but perfect teeth.
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Numerous New Jersey smile makeover patients come to our office to receive sophisticated, comprehensive treatment, which often involves teeth bonding. Some candidates for teeth bonding are individuals with small gaps between their front teeth, as well as patients with chipped and/or cracked teeth.
Teeth Bonding Procedure
The composite material used for modern teeth bonding provides many advantages over yesterday's silver fillings, such as greater support and minimal chance of cracking. Also, your teeth bonding will match the color of your teeth, so nobody will know you've had teeth bonding unless you tell them.
Teeth bonding is used for a variety of cosmetic and structural purposes. For example, teeth bonding can be used to change the color of your teeth as well as to reshape them. Teeth bonding is relatively simple: A composite resin is first applied over the surface of your teeth; the bonding material is applied and sculpted to correct any irregularities; an intense light is used to harden the plastic; and the surface is polished to perfection.
If you would like to speak with our teeth bonding specialists in New Jersey, contact our offices in Somers Point and Mays Landing today! In addition to teeth bonding, the skilled dentists Drs. Katz, Nosti and Noveck offer a range of other highly effective cosmetic dentistry procedures, such as teeth whitening and porcelain veneers in New Jersey. Please visit the respective pages to learn more about these treatments.
Inlays and Onlays
It is possible to replace old, unsightly, large silver restorations with beautiful, strong porcelain inlays and onlays. When your tooth has a large filling, the tooth becomes weak and unsupported. An inlay or onlay is a bonded ceramic restoration that is constructed in one peace and bonded to your tooth. The inlay/onlay brings your tooth back up to its original strength, while simultaneously providing natural beauty in a conservative manner. Inlays and onlays are great alternatives to crowns in certain instances and allow Drs. Nosti, Noveck and Katz to be conservative as possible. The inlay or onlay allows the doctors to preserve the remaining tooth structure while providing strength and beauty.