Teeth Whitening

If you live in Brooklyn, teeth whitening services are available minutes away from your home. At Noble Dental Care, our cosmetic dentists specialize in advanced techniques that will make your smile beautiful again. Teeth whitening procedures are one of the most popular procedures in cosmetic dentistry today.
If your teeth are stained or discolored, there are a variety of sources, including:Coffee Sodas Tea Cigarettes/Tobacco Some forms of medication Red Wine

If your teeth are stained or discolored, there are a variety of sources, including:

  • Coffee
  • Sodas
  • Tea
  • Cigarettes/Tobacco
  • Some forms of medication
  • Red Wine
If your smile is discolored or stained, brushing harder can remove enamel from your teeth, which can cause further discoloration or damage to your smile. We offer at-home and in-office procedures that will get you results that we know will make you smile!
We have a brand new, state of the art facility, and we offer our clients a friendly, comfortable office environment. Our friendly and helpful office staff is here to make your trip to the dentist’s office as easy as possible. Our staff can also speak many languages. We have appointment flexibility and scheduling, and our payment plans area also flexible.
In Brooklyn, teeth whitening from Noble Dental care may be what you need to restore your beautiful new smile. We offer free consultations, so call us today for yours!


What are Veneers?

One of the most popular and effective developments in cosmetic dentistry, veneers are thin, custom made casings that cover the front side of your teeth. Veneers are used to correct uneven teeth, worn enamel, discoloration, chipped teeth and irregular spacing, and can last over 20 years. In some cases, veneers can serve a restorative purpose and can protect a damaged tooth from further harm.

What does the procedure involve?

After a thorough examination of your teeth, which may include X-rays and taking impressions of your teeth, your dentist will remove a thin layer of enamel from your teeth. Then he or she will create an impression and send it off to a laboratory to create the veneer. While the mold is being created, your dentist may provide you with temporary veneers. Finally, the veneer’s size and color are given one last adjustment before they are cemented to your tooth on your second visit.

What are the Advantages of Veneers?

Veneers can give your teeth a more natural, aesthetically pleasing appearance and are stain resistant and soft on gums. In some cases, veneers can serve a restorative purpose and can protect a damaged tooth from further harm.


For over 150 years, cavities were filled with a mixture of metals, including silver and mercury. It was perfectly normal to see dark grey areas in someone’s mouth when they laughed.
But today, you can get your cavities, as well as any other smaller hollow areas in your teeth, filled with composite fillings. Composite fillings are made from resins that are matched to your tooth’s color so they become invisible when applied.
But today, you can get your cavities, as well as any other smaller hollow areas in your teeth, filled with composite fillings. Composite fillings are made from resins that are matched to your tooth’s color so they become invisible when applied.
If you are unsure about the type of filling to use, schedule an appointment today for a consultation.

Dental Implants

If you have lost or missing teeth you may wish to consider a dental implant from Noble Dental Care. Noble Dental Care is a full service dentist providing dental implant services. Whether your missing tooth is the result of periodontitis, tooth decay or an injury, Noble Dental Care can help restore your smile with a beautiful new dental implant that looks and functions just like a real tooth. Significantly stronger than bridges or dentures, a dental implant offers a single and permanent solution to a lost tooth. The implant is integrated into your jaw with a small titanium screw and over the course of several months naturally bonds with your mouth. This procedure is relatively simple and is effective in almost all cases, so there’s no need to put off restoring that great smile.
As with all our dental services, you’ll be treated with the nurturing care and professionalism that embodies Noble Dental Care’s practice. We’ll make sure that you’re kept comfortable and informed throughout the implant process and will always be available to address any questions or concerns. Don’t wait to restore your perfect smile. Call Noble Dental Care today and schedule an appointment!


No matter what age you are when you start thinking about getting braces, the idea of sporting a mouth full of brackets and wires is probably a turnoff. Fortunately, there’s a cutting-edge solution for you. Noble Dental Care is an orthodontics center that offers Invisalign braces to the people of Brooklyn.

Invisalign: Realign Your Teeth Invisibly

Let our Invisalign certified orthodontists perform orthodontic magic for you: They’ll straighten your teeth with practically invisible treatments. Invisalign braces are not detectable. They use a transparent substance to do the same work as brackets and wires, which means no ugly smile and no self-consciousness.

Live Your Life with Confidence

With Invisalign, Noble Dental Care offers you the chance to undergo the orthodontic treatment you want or need without sacrificing your self-confidence. It’s no wonder that so many people do not like braces: The wires are unsightly and uncomfortable, and they don’t exactly work wonders for your self-esteem. Because Invisalign is invisible and removable, you’ll be able to undergo treatment in a manner that makes you more physically and emotionally comfortable. Give Noble Dental Care a call today to set up an appointment for an Invisalign consultation.

Night Guard

Life hands us plenty of stress, and many people believe they have no choice but to just muddle through it. But our bodies often react to everyday pressures in surprising ways. For example, many people grind their teeth, often without knowing it — a habit that dentists call bruxism.
A 2021 survey by the American Dental Association’s Health Policy Institute showed that more than 70% of dentists noticed signs of teeth grinding and clenching in their patients, an increase of nearly 10% over the previous year. More than 60% of dentists noted that patients had problems with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), including jaw pain and headaches.

Signs that you might be grinding your teeth

Most people aren’t aware that they are clenching or grinding their teeth. Dentists and dental hygienists are often the first to notice the signs of teeth grinding, which include chipped or cracked teeth or worn, damaged spots along the edges of teeth. While most people grind their teeth while they’re sleeping, many also clench or grind during the day, especially when they’re feeling tense, worried or pressured.

If you are grinding your teeth, you might notice:

  • Pain or tenderness in your jaw
  • Dull headaches
  • Plugged, painful or itchy ears
  • Neck pain

Is stress the only cause of teeth grinding?

Though bruxism is usually thought of as a symptom of stress, it can also be caused by:

  • Sleep disorders
  • Teeth that don’t line up properly
  • Missing or crooked teeth

One study revealed that teeth grinding is associated with tobacco and alcohol use. Researchers found that people who smoke or drink alcohol or coffee are twice as likely to grind their teeth as people who don’t.

Taking steps to protect your teeth

If you grind your teeth, it’s important to safeguard them from the damage this habit can do. Your dentist may recommend a night guard to protect your teeth while you sleep. A custom guard, made from a special mold that your dentist creates, will give you the closest, most comfortable fit. Night guards are also sold online and in stores, but may not provide the same protection as a guard made just for you.

Keep in mind that night guards are not the same as sports guards, which are designed to protect your teeth while you’re skiing, skateboarding, or playing active sports such as hockey, football, baseball or basketball. A mouth guard designed for sports and other high-impact activities has extra cushioning that probably won’t feel comfortable for sleep.


Does Botox Work for Migraine Headaches?

In a study of adults who get chronic migraine headaches, shots of Botox cut down the total number of days they had them or even other types of headaches. They also had more "crystal-clear" -- pain-free -- days each month, and they reported fewer days off work.

In another study, nearly half the people who took two rounds of Botox shots reported that the number of days they had a headache each month was cut in half. After five rounds of treatment, that increased to about 70% of the people.

Doctors think Botox works for migraine headaches because it blocks chemicals called neurotransmitters that carry pain signals from your brain. Botox is like a roadblock in that pathway. It stops the chemicals before they get to the nerve endings around your head and neck.

Wisdom Teeth

With age comes wisdom. Specifically, wisdom teeth.
Your mouth goes through many changes in your lifetime. One major dental milestone that usually takes place between the ages of 17 and 21 is the appearance of your third molars. Historically, these teeth have been called wisdom teeth because they come through at a more mature age.
When they come through correctly, healthy wisdom teeth can help you chew. It’s normal to feel a little discomfort when your wisdom teeth appear, but if you have pain, see your dentist immediately.

Room to Grow?

Wisdom teeth can lead to problems if there isn’t enough space for them to surface or they come through in the wrong position. If wisdom teeth are impacted, then they are trapped in your jaw or under your gums.

As your wisdom teeth make their way through your gums, we will be monitoring your mouth for signs of the following:

  • Wisdom teeth that aren’t in the right position can allow food to become trapped. That gives cavity-causing bacteria a place to grow.
  • Wisdom teeth that haven’t come in properly, which can make it difficult to floss between the wisdom teeth and the molars next to them.
  • Wisdom teeth that have partially come through can give bacteria a place to enter the gums and create a place for infection to occur. This may also lead to pain, swelling and stiffness in your jaw.
  • Wisdom teeth that don’t have room to come through are thought by some to crowd or damage neighboring teeth.
  • A wisdom tooth that is impacted can form a cyst on or near the impacted tooth. This could damage the roots of nearby teeth or destroy the bone that supports your teeth.

Why You Might Need to Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Every patient is unique, but in general, wisdom teeth may need to be removed when there is evidence of changes in the mouth such as:

  • Pain
  • Infection
  • Cysts
  • Tumors
  • Damage to neighboring teeth
  • Gum disease
  • Tooth decay (if it is not possible or desirable to restore the tooth)

Your dentist may also recommend removal of wisdom teeth as part of treatment for braces or other dental care.

Before making any decisions, your dentist will examine your mouth and take an x-ray. Together, we can discuss the best course of treatment.

Keeping Your Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth that are not removed should continue to be monitored because the potential for developing problems later on still exists. As people age, they are at greater risk for health problems—and that includes potential problems with their wisdom teeth. Be sure to floss around your wisdom teeth and visit your dentist regularly. Regular dental visits allow us to evaluate your wisdom teeth and your overall dental health.

Sedation Dentistry

Do you have a fear of the dentist or are you unable to sit for your dental treatment? We have laughing gas (Nitrous Oxide) and IV Sedation available done by our Dental Anesthesiologist.
Please call our office to have a sedation consultation.

Root Canal

If you have a severely damaged, decaying tooth or a serious tooth infection (abscess) you may need root canal treatment. Root canals are used to repair and save your tooth instead of removing it. Our office has a board-certified endodontist to help take care of your root canal needs.

What’s Involved in Root Canal Repair?

The pulp is soft tissue inside your tooth that contains nerves, blood vessels and provides nourishment for your tooth. It can become infected if you have:

  • A deep cavity
  • Repeated dental procedures that disturb this tissue
  • A cracked or fractured tooth
  • Injury to the tooth (even if there’s not a visible crack or chip)
If untreated, the tissues around the root of your tooth can become infected. When this happens, you will often feel pain and swelling and an abscess may form inside the tooth and/or in the bone around the end of the root of the tooth. An infection can also put you at risk of losing your tooth completely because bacteria can damage the bone that keeps your tooth connected to your jaw.