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Dental Services Hawthorne NJ

At Dentures Plus, we offer a full range of dental services. Whether you need a regular check up and cleaning, tooth whitening Hawthorne NJ, fillings or crowns, our team is here to help improve your smile! Best of all, we offer all of our services at affordable rates.

We strive to make your experience comfortable and convenient. Our team will work with you to create a customized treatment plan that works within your budget. We want your smile to be healthy and bright for years to come – that’s why we take a comprehensive approach to dental care.

What to Expect at Your First Visit

When you visit Dentures Plus, expect Dr. Rosenson to give you a complete oral examination. This comprehensive approach helps us to determine your overall dental health, so we can work with you to decide on the best treatment options for your individual needs.

At your first visit, we’ll take a series of x-rays in order to complete a thorough examination. After reviewing these digital images, Dr. Rosenson will ask you a series of questions about your dental and medical history, as well as about any dental issues you may be experiencing. Then, we’ll perform a comprehensive oral examination and suggest treatment plan options.

Our Services

Dentures Plus offers a full range of denture services, including:

  • Dentures consultations
  • Full Dentures
  • Partial Dentures
  • Four Different Denture Styles
  • Extractions
  • Repairs
  • Relines
  • Adjustments
  • Denture Crowns
  • Flexible Payment Plans
  • Help with every step of the way, from the denture consultation to leaning how to care for your new dentures

We also offer a comprehensive menu of dental services, including:

  • Dental Implants and grafting
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Root Canals
  • Porcelain Veneers
  • Porcelain Crowns
  • Periodontal Treatment
  • Composite Fillings
  • General Dentistry

Tooth Decay

The most common reason for dentist visits, tooth decay results in cavities, or holes in the teeth where enamel has worn away. You can help prevent tooth decay by:

  • Brushing your teeth at least twice per day
  • Flossing every day
  • Avoiding foods with a high sugar content
  • Visiting your dentist and oral hygienist regularly

Gum Disease

Gum disease – or periodontal disease — is the number one cause of adult tooth loss. Known as gingivitis in its early stages, gum disease is caused by a build-up of bacteria that leads to infection. Over time, this results in swollen, bleeding and painful gums, as well as tooth loss.

In its early stages, gingivitis isn’t usually painful, so many people don’t notice they have a problem until it’s well advanced. Fortunately, regular visits to the dentist and good oral hygiene can help prevent and treat gum disease and reduce the risk of tooth loss.

Bad Breath

Bad breath, or halitosis, is one of the most common reasons behind visits to the dentist. Bad breath is frequently caused by:

  • Gum disease
  • Smoking
  • Diet
  • Inadequate brushing and flossing
  • Dry Mouth

You can help prevent bad breath by brushing and flossing frequently and thoroughly, using a tongue scraper, drinking adequate amounts of water, and chewing sugar-free gum.

Enamel Erosion

When teeth regularly come in contact with acidic or sugary foods or liquids, the enamel can erode or wear away. When left untreated, tooth erosion may lead to sensitive, painful teeth, infections and an increased risk of tooth loss.

To prevent enamel erosion:

  • Avoid food and drinks with a high sugar content
  • When drinking acidic drinks, such as fruit juices, or sugary drinks, such as soda, use a straw
  • Practice good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing your teeth regularly
  • Schedule regular dental check-ups and teeth cleaning

Sensitive Teeth

Another common complaint, sensitive teeth, is often triggered when cold, hot or sweet liquids or foods come in contact with teeth. Sometimes, brushing and flossing can exacerbate these feelings of sensitivity.

Dr. Rosenson may recommend fluoride treatments to strengthen tooth enamel and reduce sensitivity. At home, you may want to choose a toothpaste specially designed for sensitive teeth.

Dry Mouth

In a healthy mouth, saliva reduces debris from food and keeps bacteria at bay. Patients with reduced saliva flow, also known as dry mouth, may experience a range of symptoms, such as bad breath, sore throat and feelings of hoarseness. Dry mouth can also lead to dry nasal passages and problems with swallowing.

Dry mouth is often caused by other medical issues; certain medications can cause or exacerbate dry mouth, as can smoking or chewing tobacco products. Our team can discuss different treatment plans with you.


We offer significant savings to patients who need extractions and require an immediate denture. For one complete package payment you will receive an immediate denture, and then a permanent denture after the healing is complete and all necessary adjustments are made.


I have had no issues with my dentures since the day I got them at Dentures Plus. Dr. Rosenson goes above and beyond to make sure you are feeling comfortable and happy when wearing dentures. He makes the visit to the dental office enjoyable and relaxing.

- Eric D. Glen Rock

I would like to personally thank Dr. Rosenson for the fantastic experience and quality work you have done for me. I love visiting Dentures Plus because of the great staff that works there!

- Melissa G. Franklin Lakes

Dentures Plus is the best dental office I have ever been to. The staff is caring and helpful and the atmosphere is warm and friendly. The dentist takes care of his patients with great attention. Thank you Dentures Plus!

-Carl F. Wyckoff

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