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New York City Dentist Helps Renew Smiles in Time for Special Occasions

Dr. Michael Kosdon Prepares Brides and Grooms for Wedding Season by Brightening and Restoring Their Smiles With Teeth Whitening Procedures and Porcelain Veneers

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 05/28/14 -- Spring and summer are popular times for weddings, and during these seasons, Dr. Michael Kosdon sees a surge of patients at his New York City cosmetic dentistry practice seeking to touch up their smile for their big day. Since brides and grooms find themselves not only the center of attention but also the focus of the camera, they do not want cracks, chips, crooked teeth, or stains getting in the way of a beautiful smile, he says. To deliver fast, effective solutions for these dental issues, Dr. Kosdon recommends professional teeth whitening or porcelain veneers, helping patients feel confident and look their best.

In a recent pair of blog posts, Dr. Kosdon gives patients who want to quickly spruce up their smile some advice. "The fastest and most cost effective way to rejuvenate a smile is professional teeth whitening," says the New York cosmetic dentist. In his post titled, "Getting Married? Make Your Smile Shine," Dr. Kosdon details the two different whitening treatments he offers his patients. Using a combination of individually molded trays and a professional whitening gel, at-home treatments provide patients with a way to whiten on their own time as well as have complete control over the final shade of their teeth. Dr. Kosdon highlights an additional advantage, stating: "Unlike over-the-counter products, our at-home whitening treatments are custom-designed to reach and brighten every inch of your smile."

Patients looking for immediate results can choose Zoom!® teeth whitening treatments, which are performed in the office and deliver significant results in just one visit. "Zoom!® can lighten your teeth up to ten shades whiter," says Dr. Kosdon. This innovative procedure works by bleaching the patient's enamel and dentin with oxygen, producing an instantly brighter smile.

A follow-up blog post titled, "Quick-Fix For Cracked And Misaligned Teeth," is geared toward patients who wish to address minor structural issues with their smile. According to Dr. Kosdon, "porcelain veneers are able to transform a smile for patients with chipped, crooked, or cracked teeth." The procedure takes just a few visits and, in addition to restoring the appearance of the patient's smile, porcelain veneers can help prevent tooth decay.

Dr. Kosdon's goal during wedding season is to give his patients healthy, bright smiles that will shine in front of the camera. "If you are a bride or groom getting ready for your big day," says Dr. Kosdon, "give yourself the gift of the wedding -- and the smile -- of your dreams."

About Michael Kosdon, DDS
Trained in dentistry at the prestigious USC School of Dentistry, Dr. Kosdon currently practices in New York City and Los Angeles. He is an active member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the American Dental Association, as well as a number of other respected dental organizations. Dr. Kosdon's cosmetic dentistry practices offer procedures such as dental implants, smile makeovers, the Smile Facelift®, and more. He is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Dr. Michael Kosdon and his New York cosmetic dentistry practice, please visit smilesofnyc.com or facebook.com/SmilesofNYC.

To view the original source of this press release, click here: http://www.smilesofnyc.com/practice-news/new-york-city-dentist-helps-renew-smiles-in-time-for-special-occasions/

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