Smile Whitening and Brightening
Your smile is valuable to us. We can help whiten and brighten your smile, providing the smile enhancement that you are looking for! Whitening and brightening your smile remains one of the most economical ways of smile enhancement.
What is our recommended whitening and brightening smile enhancement method?
Our office recommends the professional whitening trays and products that are here in our dental office. We carry prescription strength whitening and brightening products that are made available to you in conjunction to custom designed trays. These custom trays fit you and your smile. The trays hold the whitening and brightening products over the tooth structure, allowing absorption of the brightening product (s).
We are here with you adding a personal touch throughout your smile enlightenment. We monitor your results and help you reach your personal goals. We also aim to make this process as comfortable as possible.
Why whiten and brighten, enhancing your smile?
At times we notice a staining or discoloration of our teeth. This causes our smiles to seem duller, or not as bright as what we would like it it to be.
Discoloration of teeth can be caused by genetics, antibiotics, and certain foods. Our smiles often tend to darken as we age as well. It is also possible that there is internal tooth discoloration caused by changes in the enamel of the tooth and the dentin. The possible causes of internal tooth discoloration are exposure to high levels of fluoride, tetracycline, having high temperatures/fevers as a child, use of antibiotics as a child, developmental disorders, tooth decay, restorations, root canal issues, and trauma.
Tooth whitening can last for one or more years, depending on your personal daily habits. Smoking, teas, wine and sodas can cause stain to appear on your teeth. Basically, anything that can stain a white t-shirt can create stain on our teeth. It also depends on how well you take care of your teeth, and if you’re following up regularly with one of our wonderful hygienist. It is best to have a regular cleaning; this helps to remove a “film” that builds up on our teeth. After a cleaning, it is typically easier/quicker to whiten and brighten your smile. The best part, the trays are yours.
You can touch up whenever you want that sparkle back in your smile!