A straight row of pearly whites—that’s the dream for a lot of people. It’s true that a smile can be transformative, but when one’s teeth aren’t the best, it can be hard to proudly show off a smile. This is why cosmetic dentistry exists—to help people be proud of their smiles. This is the expertise of Steven A. Gorman, DDS, who specializes in whitening and porcelain veneers with proper planning.
We sat down with him for an interview.
Your full name:
Steven A. Gorman DDS
What is the most common type of cosmetic dentistry that your office performs?
With regard to braces, what are the different types you can choose from and why would older adults want or need them?
Traditional, Invisalign. Sometimes teeth need to be repositioned prior to doing Cosmetic Dentistry.
For someone trying to quickly boost their confidence or image, say for a wedding or new job, can some of these cosmetic procedures be done in one or two days ?
Yes, whitening and porcelain veneers with proper planning.
Do some insurance plans cover cosmetic dentistry or should patients expect to pay out of pocket?
Some cosmetic dentistry is solving decay or fracture issues. These can get insurance coverage. Many other cosmetic procedures are not.
What separates you as a Cosmetic Dentist from other professionals in your field?
Accredited Member of The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, 40 years experience in Cosmetic Procedures. Ability to connect with patient wants and desires.