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Cosmetic Dentistry

Branchburg Dental Associates offers a wide range of Cosmetic Dental procedures

Cosmetic dentistry is focused on the beauty, health, and appearance of your smile. A person’s smile is considered one of the most important sources of confidence and representation of health.


If you are looking to get straighter teeth, Invisalign is the best option out there. Not only will it help you get a smile that you can be proud of, it works discreetly. Invisalign is also more convenient and more comfortable than traditional braces.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain dental veneers are thin shells of ceramic material that are placed over the natural tooth surface to disguise flaws. Our dentists offer veneers as a cosmetic restoration option.

Veneers are an effective, non-invasive way to make significant improvements to the appearance of your smile. These multi-purpose dental restorations can change the shape, color, and evenness of your teeth, and can even serve as a less invasive alternative to dental crowns.
Crafted from solid dental porcelain, veneers cover the fronts of your teeth to remove flaws that disrupt the beauty of your smile. Porcelain veneers are customized to fit the size, shape, and color of your teeth so that you achieve a gorgeous appearance and natural-looking restorations.

Teeth Whitening in Branchburg, NJ

A brilliant, attractive smile conveys confidence and vitality. As we age, our teeth naturally darken. One of the most popular ways for patients to enhance their smiles and improve the appearance of their teeth is teeth whitening. Patients can visit the dentist in less than hour and leave with a whiter smile.

There are a few primary methods that are commonly used to whiten teeth. Nearly every method includes the application of a bleaching agent or another type of chemical lightening agent. These whiteners are applied to the teeth with the use of a gel that is in a tray or on an adhesive strip. Professional teeth whitening may also use the application of a halogen lamp to amplify the whitening process.

ā€¨Tooth stains fall into two categories: extrinsic and intrinsic stains.

The extrinsic, or external, stains only affect the surface of the teeth.

Intrinsic stains are present inside the teeth and are harder to remove than extrinsic stains.

Usually, extrinsic stains look yellow or brown, while internal stains are typically gray or blue in color.

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