Gramercy dental office
People are born looking a certain way, and particular features can leave people feeling unsatisfied with their overall appearance. When it comes to dental appearances, natural dental formations, structures, and other factors like history of decay, disease, and injury can change the way you look and the way your teeth appear overall. Here at our Gramercy dental office
, Dr. Harvey Katz DDS can provide you with a solution. Our dentist can perform many different cosmetic procedures, each one designed to accomplish a certain look or take care of a certain issue. If you want a smile makeover, Dr. Katz can help you attain the smile of your dreams.
When it comes to altering a smile’s appearance, there are plenty of things that you can do and consider. Your first step should be scheduling a consultation with a cosmetic dentist, though. Here with Dr. Harvey Katz DDS you can discuss the issues that bother you as well as the smile that you would like to have. From there, you can begin figuring out which procedures will work best to help achieve the smile that you want while effectively altering and improving on the appearance of your teeth. Certain factors will play into what options are open to you, such as the nature of your cosmetic imperfections, how many teeth these issues affect, your budget, and any other important dental health concerns. Here at our Gramercy dental office, we can get you started on your treatment, tell you more about the services we offer, and provide you with the care you need in order to achieve the smile of your dreams. Depending on the treatment you need, the procedure may need preparation or several visits before completion, and particular treatments may take a while or require touchups as well.
We can work out everything you need to get the smile you have always wanted right here at our Gramercy dental office
. Call today to learn more about cosmetic smile makeovers and to set up a visit with Dr. Harvey Katz DDS today.
By the Office of Harvey Katz, DDS & Jason Katz, DDS
November 30, 2017