Let cosmetic dentists Dr. Nick and Dr. Elliot of Long Island Implant & Cosmetic Dentistry give you the smile you’ve always dreamed of!
Whether you’re in need of porcelain veneers, dentures, teeth whitening or gum reconstruction, Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry is widely considered among the best cosmetic dentistry practices in Suffolk County, New York. Our highly skilled cosmetic dentists are proud to help our patients improve their smiles, self-esteem and confidence. Stained, broken, misshapen or missing teeth can be a source of embarrassment for many, but such issues are easily corrected in the capable hands of Dr. Elliott and Dr. Nick, who offer a variety of innovative procedures that preserve natural tooth structure while delivering stunning results.
From subtle changes to major cosmetic dentistry, our team offers a host of cost-effective procedures to enhance your smile – many of which can be accomplished in just one office visit.
Those contemplating a “smile makeover” have many more options available today, as advances in restorative dentistry continue to be made.
Cosmetic dental bonding is used for many different purposes, including the repair of broken, stained, decayed or chipped teeth. A composite resin is applied to the affected tooth’s surface, where it is sculpted and later hardened with a special high-intensity light. Cosmetic bonding is useful for correcting small areas in the front or back of the mouth, and also utilized to alter the shape of teeth and filling minor cavities.
A dental bridge can replace a missing tooth or multiple teeth, restoring your smile to its original glory. Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry offers fixed, removable and cantilever bridges, which promise a natural fit and appearance. Fixed bridges are the most commonly requested, and involve the placement of crowns on either side of the missing tooth, and a composite false tooth in between. With proper oral hygiene and regular checkups, a fixed dental bridge can last from 10 to 15 years.
For decades, partial dentures were the go-to solution for patients who had lost a few scattered teeth along the upper or lower jaw. These removable replacement teeth are firmly affixed to healthy teeth with metal attachments and have a gum-colored portion fitted with prosthetic teeth. In addition to these and full dentures, our practice also offers specialty tooth replacements. One such treatment is overdentures – which blends the latest advancements in dental implants with conventional denture protocol. Overdentures rely on your natural teeth as anchors, providing extra stabilization that makes eating more comfortable and helping prevent further bone loss.