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Maintaining Your Smile as You Age

How often do you visit your dental office located in New York City? If you go to your dentist only twice a year for your biannual teeth cleanings, you might be missing out on the many cosmetic dentistry benefits that he can provide.

This video explains the cosmetic dentistry techniques that can keep your smile bright and beautiful throughout adulthood. One of the quickest and easiest ways to enhance the appearance of your teeth is with teeth whitening. In one office visit, your dentist can remove the discoloration from food and age that may be dulling your smile. Veneers can also cover tooth imperfections and help you achieve the appearance you desire. So the next time you walk into your dental office, request a cosmetic dentistry consultation to see what your dentist can do to make your smile stunning.

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