Cosmetic Dentistry

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Cosmetic Dentistry – Professional Teeth Whitening

A mouth showing the difference after having their teeth whitened.

Is it not wonderful when someone comments on your beautiful smile?  Often it is not the smile as much as it is the teeth behind the smile!

Re-discover that bright, white, beautiful smile with teeth whitening.  Your smile is vitally important. It’s one of the first things you notice when you meet someone. A whiter, brighter smile is beautiful – it can help you feel better about yourself and make an impression that lasts.

Aging and the way you live your life both have the ability to stain and darken your teeth. Many of the things each of do on a regular basis contribute to the look of our teeth. 

Do you drink coffee, tea, or cola?  Do you like a glass of red wine every now and then?  And of course one of the biggest culprits is smoking.

Many of our patients turn to teeth bleaching or whitening after having their braces removed.

Whitening can get your smile looking its best. The whitening procedure of our practice is:

  • Fast and convenient
  • Long lasting
  • Low sensitivity
  • Proven to be safe and effective
  • Performed by a Dental Professional

Teeth Whitening is Worthwhile, Safe & Effective

To regain that white, bright smile that your friends will be sure to comment on, we recommend that you first talk with us regarding your specific goals so that we can evaluate how teeth whitening might impact your particular situation.

We have found, depending on situation, some people are better candidates than others for a successful whitening treatment. For instance, we will more than likely achieve very good results if your teeth are darkened to a yellow, brown or orange tinge due to age, coffee, tea or smoking.

Here are some things that cause a dark or grey tone where teeth whitening may not work as well.

  • Fluorosis
  • Smoking
  • Tetracycline use
  • Artificial materials (resins, silicants, porcelains)
  • Periodontal disease
  • Worn enamel

And of course your new, brighter smile will last much longer if you’re willing to forgo such habits as smoking, drinking coffee and drinking tea.

We look forward to answering all your questions about teeth whitening!

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