Corrective Dentistry


hands crafting a prosthetic mouth

A lot goes into getting artificial teeth. After all, there is no one-size-fits-all tooth. Because everyone’s gums and teeth are different, their dentures, veneers and other prosthodontic treatments have to be carefully matched to their individual needs. Crafting the perfect pair of dentures, for example, requires a lot of scientific and medical planning, but it also requires a lot of artistry to make it look the best it can. If you’re considering getting artificial teeth, you can feel confident knowing that the dentists at Rutgers Health University Dental Associates are fully trained in both the science and art of the field.

girl in glasses smiling with braces

At Rutgers Health University Dental Associates, we provide dental braces for children and adults who may have crooked teeth that cause chewing problems, create difficulty during cleaning and an unaesthetic smile.