Jersey Smile offers a wide range of reliable and high-quality general dental services to our esteemed patients in Berkeley Heights, NJ.
Regular visits to the dentist can help identify and treat oral and dental problems before they become severe, painful, and expensive. If you’re nervous about visiting the dentist, please be confident that modern dental care is virtually painless and done quickly, reliably, and safely.
Our dental team, for example, is well-versed in using the latest dental software, equipment, and technology to maximum advantage to your clients. Timely check-ups and examinations can contribute to your overall wellbeing and health.
With regular dental exams, potential problems can be spotted early on and treated in a minimally invasive manner. Here’s a closer look at some preventive and general dental treatments we offer to our patients:
We offer simple, effective, and fluoride treatments for adults and children that help strengthen tooth enamel and reduces the risk of cavities. Fluoride treatments take just a few minutes to complete, and your child will enjoy added protection against cavities and dental decay.
It’s always better to treat cavities at the earliest while they are small. This prevents them from spreading themselves and attacking the tooth core and nerves. If you delay visiting the dentist, the cavity is likely to have become larger and may involve more intensive treatment like root canals.
Fillings can be done in one visit in case of cavities, once the dentist drills away decayed material and makes space in the tooth. In the case of larger cavities, the dentist may administer mild sedation such as local, topical gels, or a gentle injection to minimize discomfort and sensitivity.
Crowns and veneers are restorations that help in cases of chipped, stained or discolored teeth. We offer a wide range of choices to our patients in Berkeley Heights, NJ, based on requirements and budget.
Preventive dentistry at Jersey Smile can also help eliminate bad breath (also called halitosis), which is usually caused due to decay, oral infections, or tooth decay.