Your teeth complete your smile. If you need to correct your smile to achieve a good first impression, then there are a few choices to consider. Braces to correct malocclusions or you can opt for veneers. Veneers can’t correct jaw issues, but they can make your smile straight-looking and nice to look at. Braces will correct most issues regardless of malocclusion. However, treatment takes years. In this post, we’ll show you in a quick fashion the differences between the two. Veneers or Braces? Let’s investigate it.
Dr Schulhof graduated with high honours from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and received his specialty training from Columbia University.
His early interest in lingual orthodontics has led to him becoming the top provider for Incognito in the U.S. and the world. Dr Schulhof was part of the LingualCare Clinical Advisory Board and is now a Key Opinion Leader for 3M and Incognito. He has presented lectures on lingual orthodontics throughout the U.S. and worldwide. Dr Schulhof is also active in research and development and was a major contributor to the development of Incognito Lite. Recently, New Jersey Orthodontist Dr Schulhof has opened a satellite practice in NYC.