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Smilepartnerz Delivers New Dental Care Technology to NJ

WAYNE, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 05/13/14 -- In today's culture, outward appearance is more important than ever. A smile with crooked, gapped, or discolored teeth just won't work. The cosmetic dentistry specialists at Smilepartnerz are especially sensitive to the esthetic goals of their patients and that's why they continue to bring the latest cosmetic dentistry treatments to the residents of Wayne, New Jersey.

"It's not just about the teeth," says Smilepartnerz dentist Dr. Frank DiCicco. "The smile goes way beyond that. Our patients want to regain confidence and self-esteem. We help them to see themselves in a whole different light. After cosmetic dentistry, our patients are able to flash their smile and feel like a million bucks!"

Patients at Smilepartnerz are able to choose from a wide variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures. During the initial smile evaluation, the dentists recommend a short list of procedures based on the patient's level of comfort, financial commitment, and ultimate esthetic goals. All dental treatments are completed in the Wayne, New Jersey, office and some patients can see the final results in just one visit.

  • Zoom! teeth whitening can whiten teeth up to eight shades in under an hour. It's safe, painless, and one of the fastest ways to improve the appearance of the smile.
  • Porcelain veneers can erase gaps, whiten teeth, and straighten the smile. Patients get instant results that can last for years.
  • Invisalign is a revolutionary metal-free orthodontic treatment. It's not braces, but the treatment can correct crowding, spacing, cross bites, and a host of other dental alignment problems.
  • Laser dentistry eliminates the need for anesthesia or needles during dental work. Patients get precise results and fast healing.

"Our top priority is turning our patients' dream smiles into a reality," said Smilepartnerz dentist Dr. Harry Long. "To do that, we are constantly updating our office with the latest technology and treatments in cosmetic dentistry. The field of cosmetic dentistry is rapidly expanding and we are proud to be one of the first dental offices to make these procedures available to our patients."

About Smilepartnerz Dental Health Group
Smilepartnerz Dental Health Group serves Wayne, New Jersey, and the surrounding areas with friendly and compassionate dental care. Dentists Frank DiCicco, Harry Long, Mark Jaffin, and Joseph Loboda are able to provide patients with the latest cosmetic dentistry treatments, as well as routine cleanings and checkups. The dentists are proud to offer top-quality dental care in a warm, relaxed environment. At Smilepartnerz, dental technology and comfort come together for the optimal patient experience North Jersey.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Smilepartnerz Dental Health Group
330 Ratzer Road
Wayne, NJ 07470
973-694-5101
http://smilepartnerz.com

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Thomas La Vecchia
1833 Front Street
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
(908) 376-6291
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