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New Jersey Dentist Straightens Teeth in Six Months With New Technology

Dr. Edward Romano Received Certification for Six Month Smiles®, a Fast and Less Expensive Way to Complete a Smile Makeover

MORRISTOWN, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 02/12/13 -- New Jersey dentist Edward Romano, DDS is proud to provide patients a new method of obtaining their cosmetic dental goals. After attending an intensive course certifying him to practice Six Month Smiles® procedures, Dr. Romano is offering one of the least expensive cosmetic dental solutions aimed at straightening teeth. At Aesthetic Smiles of New Jersey, his Morristown practice, patients now have the option to restore a youthful, natural-looking appearance to their teeth in a very short period of time.

Dr. Romano first attended a lecture on the Six Month Smiles® program that introduced the basics of the procedure. Because he wanted to bring this innovative procedure of straightening teeth to his New Jersey dentistry practice, he soon enrolled in the full certification course. The certification course taught the specifics of the procedure, and instructed on how Six Month Smiles® differs from typical orthodontic procedures.

The Six Month Smiles® technique is not intended to change the bite class or the angle class of a patient's mouth. The goal instead is to create an aesthetic result for the anterior teeth, similar to the results produced by traditional veneers. The certification program also teaches dentists a unique system of bonding brackets, where and how to place the corrective wires, and focuses on special case diagnosis and treatment planning. The Six Month Smiles® wire brackets are the key element for the system's success, and Dr. Romano would like to stress that because the brackets are clear and wires are tooth-colored, the Six Month Smiles® system cannot be seen from an average talking distance.

According to Dr. Romano, the ideal candidates for a Six Month Smiles® treatment are patients who are interested in improving the aesthetic appearance of their teeth while keeping the cost of the procedure at a minimum. One major advantage of the Six Month Smiles® treatment plan over other cosmetic procedures is that this treatment is better equipped to correct rotated teeth and teeth intrusions/extrusions. The procedure's main focus is straightening teeth; however, patients at Aesthetic Smiles of New Jersey can have a whitening procedure performed afterward, depending on the quality of a patient's enamel to complete a comprehensive smile makeover.

About Edward A. Romano, DDS
Dr. Edward Romano earned his medical degree at Georgetown University School of Dentistry. Since then, he has been in private practice in Morristown, New Jersey. He has been featured on many television news programs -- including Dateline NBC, CNN, MSNBC, and WPIX news -- and has lectured to dentists at the ADA National meeting as well as the New York and Washington, DC annual sessions. Dr. Romano has taught cosmetic dentistry at the Aesthetic Advantage Continuum and serves as an attending dentist at Morristown Memorial Hospital, where he teaches cosmetic dentistry, general dentistry, and advanced techniques to dental residents.

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