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Teeth Whitening

TEETH WHITENING Princeton Park Dental Associates Dr. Eric Abrams Brighten Your Smile With Teeth Whitening There are many different methods for whitening your own natural teeth. You’ve probably seen the ads for dentists who claim to be able to whiten your teeth several shades in just an hour using different lights [...]


Dental Bonding

Dental Bonding Dental bonding is one of the easiest, least expensive cosmetic dentistry procedures in the dentist’s arsenal. Your dentist can shape and polish the composite resin used in bonding to seamlessly match your adjacent teeth. Most often, a dentist uses bonding for cosmetic purposes to improve the look of a discolored [...]


Root Canals

ROOT CANALS Princeton Park Dental Associates Dr. Sean Fahid As a Princeton, NJ dentist, we have found that root canals are probably the most misunderstood and most feared procedures in dentistry. These fears are misplaced. Root canal therapy is not painful and it does not involve removing roots. When a tooth [...]



DENTURES Princeton Park Dental Associates Dr. Eric Abrams To replace missing teeth, which will aid in chewing and digestion, enhance your smile and increase your chewing efficiency. Complete Dentures Complete dentures are used when all of the teeth are missing. In our office, we make immediate dentures, meaning that on [...]



DENTAL BRIDGES Princeton Park Dental Associates Dr. Eric Abrams Like dental crowns, dental bridges are fixed prosthetic devices that your dentist or a prosthodontist cements onto existing teeth. We commonly use bridges for patients who are missing one or more teeth. We create precision-crafted bridges and cement them onto adjacent natural [...]



CROWNS Princeton Park Dental Associates Dr. Eric Abrams We use inlays instead of fillings to replace a small amount of tooth structure lost due to decay. Like fillings, inlays fit inside the tooth cusps. Cusps are those cone-shaped prominences that stick up from the tooth at the edges. In the past, [...]