Nidhi Jaiswal, Starlite Dental

Cosmetic Dentist

About the Expert

Dr. Jaiswal earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery from the VCU School of Dentistry in Virginia. She then completed a two-year dental implant fellowship, studying every aspect of implant placement and restoration. She is trained in the functional aspects of cosmetic dentistry and each year she completes over 200 hours of continuing education to stay up-to-date with the latest techniques and advances to bring the best dentistry possible to her patients. Dr Jaiswal has helped numerous patients get healthy beautiful smiles.


Q&A

I have anxiety about dentist visits.How can I overcome this to improve my smile?

Anxiety during dentist visits is very common and natural. We’ve set up our office in a specific way to avoid setting off typical triggers. This is in combination with sedation options that has allowed many patients to safely and comfortably achieve the smile of their dreams. The last thing we want is for your fear to stand in the way of good oral health. We always recommend beginning with a consultation so we can fully understand your expectations. This allows us to develop a customized plan to address these goals and discuss ways in which we can provide you with the best cosmetic solution at the most affordable cost.

Can cosmetic dentistry fix spacing problems in my teeth?

Absolutely. Cosmetic dentistry can correct mild to moderate spacing or misalignment with the help of crowns or veneers. If you have a slightly misaligned tooth or spacing problems, veneers provide a great way to correct this and improve your smile without spending years in braces or orthodontic systems. Veneers are highly customizable, so you can choose the shape, size, and color to ensure you love the end result. Additionally, you can decide to get one or multiple veneers.

What can you do to fix a missing tooth so it looks natural?

Dental implants or bridges provide an excellent way to replace missing teeth, both in the front and back of the mouth. The latest advancements in technology allow us to replace missing teeth sothe new teeth blend in and make way for a beautiful, natural looking smile.

Do cosmetic dental treatments have any effect on overall dental health?

Definitely. Every aspect of dental care has one or more underlying benefits. We can place veneers to protect teeth when the enamel has worn thin. Dental implants will protect your jawbone against bone loss, preventing your teeth from shifting. Crowns help protect the tooth beneath it from further decay. While there are certainly treatments that are purely aesthetic, no treatment will harm your oral health.; After all, cosmetic dentistry is aimed at improving and enhancing the health of your mouth as well as elevating confidence in your smile.

What about teeth that have become shorter over time due to grinding? Is cosmetic dentistry really necessary or helpful for people over forty?

A beautiful, healthy smile has no age limitations. Cosmetic dentistry goes beyond simply fixing your teeth. A youthful smile has a positive effect on your career, social acceptance, personal relationships, and so much more. Your smile is central to how others perceive you and first impressions matter. Remember Oscar Wilde’s famous quote, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”

Over the years, we’ve witnessed countless life-changing transformations unfold after correcting someone’s smile. Not only does it open a multitude of opportunities, it truly enhances all aspects of one’s personality, confidence, and appearance. Fractured, shorter, or misaligned teeth affect overall oral health as well as appearance. Everyone deserves a beautiful smile, regardless of age or gender. 


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