Your smile is one of the most noticeable features on your face, so for most, maintaining a beautiful smile is important. That’s why Dr. Lederman has taken extensive training in cosmetic dentistry.  The processes and the tools Dr. Lederman uses for cosmetic restorations, lead to a predictable, outcome.  Dr. Lederman’s cosmetic dentistry training at The Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies and use of protocols developed by Christian Coachman for Digital Smile Design makes him one of the most qualified smile design artists in New York City.

People come to Dr. Lederman with many questions about cosmetic dentistry and restorations. Over time with normal wear and tear, teeth can become stained or chipped. Sometimes people with crooked teeth find themselves ready for cosmetic dentistry to straighten their teeth.

Most people think of porcelain veneers when the think of cosmetic dentistry because that’s what they’ve seen on TV. However, there are many ways teeth can be treated or restored with other cosmetic services. Teeth whitening, laser gum contouring to alter the shape of teeth and gums and white composite fillings are some examples of some ways Dr. Lederman can cosmetically improve smiles.  Even when Dr. Lederman creates a crown or cosmetic restoration using CEREC, his commitment to aesthetic artistry is present in the final presentation of the restoration.

As with all quality cosmetic dentists, communication about goals and possibilities for improving one‘s smile is the most important part of the process. Dr. Lederman excels in listening to patients and communicating the possibilities for improving their smiles with cosmetic treatments or restorations. If you are ready to explore what cosmetic dentistry can do for you, please call us for an appointment at 516-882-1764.

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