A Dental Home Like No Other

At Aesthetic Smile Design, the highest rated dental practice in Wayne, NJ, we treat our patients like family. We take the time to get to know each one of our patients, focusing not just on their dental care needs, but also on their overall well-being. Dr. Gary Edeer takes a comprehensive approach to oral health, prioritizing patient comfort. At our state-of-the-art office, patients receive only the highest standard of care.

Why Regular Hygiene Appointments Are So Important

When was the last time that you had a hygiene examination in our office? If it has been longer than 6 months, we encourage you to schedule an appointment today. You might think that a hygiene visit is so we can clean your teeth and check for tooth decay, and you are right. However, we do more than that. We also check for a disease that affects more than half of American adults. In fact, there is a good chance that it might be affecting you. Continue reading to learn about this popular disease and to see if you are experiencing any symptoms.

Mini Dental Implants: The Small but Mighty Tooth Replacement Option

Mini Dental Implants: The Small but Mighty Tooth Replacement Option There are many emotions that a person might feel when they are missing a tooth or dealing with severe tooth decay. They might feel frustration over the uncertainty of which dental treatment to choose, embarrassment over the appearance of their teeth when they smile or…

Are You Looking To Replace Missing, Decayed, Or Broken Teeth?

Are you looking to make a permanent change in your mouth? Are you suffering from missing, decayed, or broken teeth, and are unsure of which dental treatment is right for you? We understand that it can be very overwhelming deciding which replacement option is most beneficial to your lifestyle and budget while also meeting your oral health needs.

Signs Your Child May Need Orthodontic Treatment

As your child is growing and their baby teeth come in and then fall out, it’s not strange to wonder if you will need to invest in braces. In fact, it’s not uncommon to walk into any middle or high school and see numerous students with some variation of orthodontic hardware. Bringing your child to a dentist starting at an early age will give you a great indication what your orthodontic future will look like. Regular dental treatment will allow our office to monitor your child’s growing teeth for any warning signs.

Missing Teeth Can Be A Real Bummer

Missing teeth can really be a bummer. Many times, it’s even more difficult to determine the proper treatment plan that is best for your mouth, budget, and lifestyle. Some procedures, like traditional implants, may seem too invasive, while others, such as a bridge or dentures, might not have the long-term capability that you’re looking for. There is another option that is almost like a marriage of all these options. Continue reading to see if you are willing to say yes to this unique tooth replacement option.

Why Is November 27th So Important?

This year on Thursday, November 26th, most of us are going to be celebrating Thanksgiving by feasting on delicious turkey, all the fixings, and scrumptious desserts. While Thanksgiving is an important day for remembering all that we have to be thankful for, such as all of our wonderful and supportive patients, we are even more excited about the following day. And no, we aren’t talking about Black Friday, the biggest retail shopping day of the year. Continue reading to see what is so important for us to celebrate on November 27th.

The Surprising Solution to Fix Your Long-Term Dental Health

Do you struggle with a missing tooth or even multiple missing teeth? Not only can this be damaging to your self-esteem, but over time it can cause health risks to your dental health as well as your overall health. Tooth loss can be caused by a variety of issues, such as tooth decay, cavities, injury to the mouth, prolonged damage, recurring issues, and aging. One long-term solution to these problems is dental implants. Dental implants have many advantages to improve both short-term and long-term dental health.