Leading Invisalign® Providers, Drs. Adam and Hal Kimowitz, Invite New Patients for Clear Orthodontics in Denville, NJ

08:20 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | PR Web

Drs. Adam and Hal Kimowitz are pleased to announce that they are now welcoming new orthodontic patients interested in the health and aesthetic benefits of straight teeth using convenient Invisalign® treatment in Denville, NJ.

Denville, NJ (PRWEB) June 20, 2017

With certifications and experience that puts them at the top of the field in providing Invisalign® in Denville, NJ, Drs. Adam and Hal Kimowitz are currently accepting new patients at their practice for these custom clear aligners. These qualified dentists understand the complications that traditional orthodontics can cause for some patients, which is why they offer the latest in modern dental techniques to ensure that all their patients achieve proper oral health through the most beneficial and convenient methods.

There is no disputing the fact that misaligned and crowded teeth and an abnormal bite can cause many people to suffer increased self-consciousness. However, these surface issues are only the beginning of the problem. When teeth are crowded in the mouth, keeping plaque and damaging bacteria at bay is sometimes difficult which increases the likelihood of cavities and gum disease. In some cases, the upper and lower teeth do not fit together properly. This can cause food to not be broken down effectively, which can lead to ongoing digestive problems. Prolonged orthodontic treatment can also cause staining on the teeth where metal brackets are attached, resulting in additional cosmetic treatments, such as teeth whitening, after the braces are removed.

The primary function of orthodontics is to correct these serious oral health issues, but for many people, the solution is not any better than the problem. The thought of months and years wearing traditional braces can be daunting, some patients choose not to undergo treatment at all. To resolve all of these issues, they recommend Invisalign in Denville, NJ. The clear plastic aligners are worn approximately two weeks at a time, each set gently shifting teeth into the proper positions. Since they are removable, patients can eat and perform oral hygiene routines normally, reducing the risk of gum disease.

Anyone who would like to make an appointment at the Denville Dentist practice to talk to Drs. Adam and Hal Kimowitz about Invisalign in Denville, NJ, can find contact information and more details about orthodontics on their website at, or call 973-627-3363 for a consultation.

About the Doctors

Denville Dentist is a general and cosmetic dental practice offering personalized dental care to patients in Denville, New Jersey. Denville Dentist upholds a philosophy of providing leading preventative care to ensure patients reach and maintain proper oral health. Dr. Hal H. Kimowitz is a Fellow and Diplomate in the International Congress of Oral Implantology, Diplomate in the American Society of Osseointegration, Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, graduate of the Misch Institute of Implant Dentistry and member of numerous professional organizations. Dr. Adam S. Kimowitz is a graduate, Alumni President-elect and lecturer at the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine and founder and president of the Grassroots Dental Study Club. He is also a credentialed Fellow of the International College of Oral Implantologists and a credentialed Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Drs. Kimowitz offer the latest techniques in a variety of services including implant, cosmetic, and laser dentistry. To learn more about Denville Dentist, Drs. Kimowitz or the services they offer, visit or call 973-627-3363 to schedule an appointment.

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