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Cosmetic Dentistry – Woodbridge Township, NJ

Look Better, Feel Better, Live Better


While the health of our patients’ teeth is always our top priority, we understand just how important the appearance of the smile is as well. A beautiful smile can open a lot of doors both personally and professionally, which is why we’re happy to provide a wide selection of cosmetic treatments. Whether you just want a minor touch-up or you’re ready to get rid of a few annoying flaws, we can help you easily turn your ideal look into a reality, often in just one or two appointments for cosmetic dentistry in Woodbridge Township, NJ.

Why Choose White Oak Dental & Orthodontics for Cosmetic Dentistry?

  • Brand New, State-of-the-Art Dental Office
  • Custom-Designed Treatments for Each Patient
  • Open Early, Late, & on Saturdays

Porcelain Veneers

Animated porcelain veneer placement during cosmetic dentistry treatment

Veneers are the well-known secret behind many of Hollywood’s most stunning smiles. Thin shells of porcelain are placed over the front of the teeth to improve their shape, size, and spacing, and they can be used to mask a wide variety of flaws all at once, including stains, chips, cracks, and gaps. You can get a single veneer or an entire set to transform your smile, and afterward, you can trust them to last for about 20 years.

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Metal-Free Dental Restorations

Dentist examining patient's smile after metal free dental restoration placement

Today’s restorations are designed to mimic the look and strength of real enamel, meaning if you come to see us with a damaged tooth, you don’t have to worry about us giving you a silver filling or crown that will instantly stick out like a sore thumb. With natural-looking tooth-colored fillings and porcelain crowns in Woodbridge, we can make any dental problem or cosmetic imperfection disappear behind a flawless white smile.

Cosmetic Dental Bonding

Closeup of healthy smile after cosmetic dental bonding treatment

It’s amazing how just one small chip, stain, or gap can throw off your entire smile. For these minor issues, we can simply cover them with cosmetic bonding. Your dentist will apply composite resin to your enamel and use it to literally sculpt your tooth to perfection. The entire treatment often takes as little as an hour and is virtually pain-free. You won’t be able to tell that anything was wrong with your tooth afterward.

Teeth Whitening

Smile compared to teeth whitening shade chart

Rather than wasting your money on store-bought whitening kits that never deliver the results they promise, you can instead opt for one of our professional treatments that are guaranteed to make your smile six to eight shades lighter. You can get fast results with an in-office treatment, or we can send you home with a customized-kit that contains a bleaching gel several times stronger than anything you can buy on your own.

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Virtual Smile Design

Dental patient and dentist looking at virtual smile design on computer screen

We can show you what you’d look like after getting veneers, whitening, or any other cosmetic procedure without touching your teeth, thanks to Virtual Smile Design. Using a photo of your teeth as-is, we can accurately simulate the improvements we can help you achieve, and you’ll have the chance to design your dream look alongside your dentist in Woodbridge. Once you like what you see, we can turn the image into your real smile.

Cosmetic Dentistry FAQs

Woman smiling after cosmetic dentistry in Avenel

If you’re looking to enhance the appearance of your smile, there are a variety of treatments available. However, cosmetic dentistry is a huge decision, so it pays to be well-informed. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we receive about cosmetic dentistry in Avenel. If you don’t see the information that you’re looking for below, don’t worry! Give us a call and we’d be happy to answer your questions and get you started with a consultation.

Is Cosmetic Dentistry Expensive?

Many people associate cosmetic dentistry with expensive treatments, but that doesn’t necessarily have the be the case. Its pricy reputation may stem from the fact that dental insurance rarely covers cosmetic treatments, so you typically need to pay out of pocket. Improving your smile may seem costly at first, but you have to consider the investment you’re making in your self-esteem, confidence, and quality of life.

Is Cosmetic Dentistry Safe?

As long as you’re under the care of a trained professional, most cosmetic treatments are safe for most people. Of course, not every treatment is right for everyone, so your dentist will examine your mouth beforehand and give you an honest assessment of which procedures may or may not be right for you. Some cosmetic services may pose a risk if an underlying oral health issue isn’t treated first. For instance, if a veneer is placed over a decayed tooth, this can become more difficult to treat later on. That’s why your dentist will plan to address issues like these before you can get cosmetic treatment.

How Do I Know If I Need Cosmetic Dentistry?

If you’re not 100% confident in the smile that you see in the mirror, you could most likely benefit from cosmetic dentistry. Stained or discolored teeth often can’t be fixed with over-the-counter whitening products, but professional whitening can get the job done. Chipped or cracked teeth could expose the center of the teeth to dangerous bacteria. If your tooth is damaged in any way, your dentist may be able to protect it with a crown or veneer. The best way to find out if cosmetic dentistry is right for you is by attending a consultation. They can remember which procedure would be best to help you achieve your smile goals.

Does Cosmetic Dentistry Hurt?

Many patients are hesitant to commit to treatment because they are worried that the treatment will be painful. That’s why we do everything we can to make your experience as comfortable as possible. Most cosmetic treatments are non-invasive. For example, whitening and bonding shouldn’t even require a local anesthetic. If you are getting a crown or veneers, where your tooth needs to be reshaped, the dentist will numb your mouth beforehand. You may experience some sensitivity for a few days afterward, but this should be mild and temporary.