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Dentist in Midtown Manhattan Offers a Way for Patients to "Test Drive" Their New Smile

Dr. Marianna Farber Uses PreNew PreView as a Way for Patients to "Try On" Their New Smile Prior to a Restorative or Cosmetic Procedure in Order to Get a Better Idea of What Their Results May Look and Feel Like

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 07/10/14 -- Restoring missing or damaged teeth can be a difficult decision, says Midtown Manhattan dentist Marianna Farber, DDS. She explains many patients are hesitant to commit to dental work that could potentially change their appearance drastically. While Dr. Farber feels this apprehension is understandable, she says there are now ways to help put patients at ease prior to certain restorative or cosmetic dentistry procedures. Using PreNew PreView®, Dr. Farber can apply a mock up of the work to be done on top of the patient's existing teeth. This innovative tool is offered through Dr. Farber's partnership with Jason J. Kim Oral Design New York Center, a prestigious dental lab. According to Dr. Farber, the laboratory is known for creating exceptional dental restorations and cosmetic solutions, such as porcelain veneers.

Dr. Farber recently announced the use of PreNew PreView® at her practice in a blog titled, "Test Drive Your New Smile." In the post, she explains that although smile preview software can often provide patients with an accurate prediction of what their end results may look like, PreNew PreView® offers a unique difference -- patients can actually wear the mock up of their proposed dental work. This allows patients to see and experience firsthand what their new smile can potentially look and feel like. Dr. Farber also notes another important distinction: patients can leave the dental office wearing their new smile, so they can show it to friends and family. Dr. Farber says the PreNew PreView® option is available for select cosmetic or restorative procedures, such as:

Ultimately, Dr. Farber says she hopes PreNew PreView® can help her patients feel more comfortable about their procedure. She also says it can give them with an opportunity to provide feedback about any changes they would like to make prior to the actual procedure. Dr. Farber believes PreNew PreView® can be beneficial to both patients and dentists alike, and she encourages anyone considering a restorative or cosmetic dentistry procedure to seek an experienced dental professional who offers this advantage.

About Marianna Farber, DDS
Dr. Farber earned her dental degree from New York University College of Dentistry and has completed additional advanced training through her residency at St. Barnabas Hospital. She is active in several renowned dental organizations, including the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Farber works with Jason J. Kim Oral Design New York Center, as well as several other prestigious dental laboratories in an effort to provide high-quality restorations and cosmetic dentistry options. Dr. Farber also maintains her skill and knowledge by remaining involved in continuing dental education programs. She is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Dr. Farber and her practice, please visit mymidtowndentist.com.

To view the original source of this press release, click here: http://www.mymidtowndentist.com/practice-news/dentist-in-midtown-manhattan-offers-a-way-for-patients-to-test-drive-their-new-smile/

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