You're always welcome to call our Hammonton dental office with your questions. To save you time, however, we've posted the answers to some of the questions that we most frequently receive.
Dr. Crescenzo takes numerous hours of continuing education programs each year, many through the world-renowned Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. He is also a member of several dental organizations, including DOCS, AACD, and AGD.
We recommend that patients with good oral health schedule a checkup and hygiene visit twice each year. If you need more frequent visits, we'll let you know. Checkups are important because, even if you don't notice any pain or problems with your teeth, we may find signs of potential problems. For instance, demineralization is a precursor to decay, oral cancer often goes undetected until the later stages, and gum disease can be very stealthy. At your hygiene appointment, we'll clean plaque, tartar, and hardened food particles from your teeth. We'll also make sure your gums are healthy and strong.
Because we know you have a busy schedule, we'll send you a reminder notice or call or email you when you're due for an appointment.
If you're nervous about your appointment, please let us know! There are many ways that we can help you feel comfortable, including nitrous oxide and conscious sedation. We also use The Wand, a computerized anesthesia delivery system that numbs without the pain of injection. We offer blankets to keep you warm and headphones with a wide selection of music for your enjoyment. We understand that many people share your fears, and we'll do everything that we can to ensure that your experience with us is a positive one.
Our Services page is a great resource for learning about dental procedures. If you have questions about these or other treatment options, don't hesitate to call us. We'd be happy to explain any aspect of your dental care or our service offerings.
There are several ways that we can help you enhance the appearance of your front teeth. One possibility is porcelain veneers, which are permanently affixed to teeth to deliver a bright, uniform look. Porcelain veneers can correct slight misalignments and gaps, as well as discolorations, chips, and other imperfections. From Hammonton to Hollywood, porcelain veneers are one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures available today. Please call our dental office for an appointment. We'll be happy to explain this procedure to you and discuss other options as well.
A smile analysis is an in-depth examination that considers aesthetics in relation to the symmetry of your face, your lip lines, and speech. Because your features are unique to you, your "perfect smile" is also unique. We use digital imaging to show you what your best smile can look like.
Smile design is the creation of a new smile that is completely "you" - a change in the appearance of your mouth that looks and feels good and that will last a lifetime. For Dr. Crescenzo and his staff, seeing their guests' reactions when they see their new smiles is the most rewarding part of the practice of dentistry. Restoring and enhancing a person's smile can truly change his or her life.
If our staff members can't help you, Dr. Crescenzo is always willing to talk with his guests. He'll make the time to ensure that you get your questions answered. You are welcome to call the office and leave a message for him, or email him at email@example.com. He'll get back to you as quickly as possible.
Yes! Floss loosens food particles, plaque, and tartar trapped between teeth. In addition to irritating gums, causing gum disease, and promoting cavities, these three culprits cause bad breath. If you need help learning how to floss quickly and effectively, our hygienist will gladly teach you some tricks to make your daily oral care easier.
We love what we do. We love seeing the impact that a new smile can make on our patients. When you become a patient of the Center for Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry, we think of you as a person, not just another set of teeth to fix and clean. Our goal is to help you obtain and then maintain the best possible oral health. So, we take time to understand your dental history and evaluate the best options for your particular needs. Plus, we'll help you understand the importance of preventive care and educate you about your oral health.