Anyone who wants a whiter, brighter smile can let us know during any dental appointment. Depending upon how much of the tooth surface is revealed when you smile and talk, it is possible to whiten your top teeth, the bottom or both.
What causes tooth discoloration?
Every day, your teeth get a thorough workout. While the top layers are made of durable enamel and dentin, they can become discolored by wine, tea, coffee, or tobacco. Even medication, antibiotics, excessive fluoride, and aging can cause stains and discoloration.
You will find a vast variety of over-the-counter home whitening products on the market, but professional teeth whitening by a qualified dentist elicits far greater results. If you want whiter teeth, ask us about teeth whitening services today. First, you’ll need a thorough examination so we can tell you if this is the right teeth whitening choice for you.
Many people opt for teeth whitening procedures due to unsightly discoloration caused by a variety of factors. These may include the natural aging process, damage to the teeth surface and staining caused by smoking, drinking and eating various food products. Our recommended methods are safe and effective and result in the type of bright, brilliant smile you will be proud to show the world.
What Benefits are Gained by the Teeth Whitening Process?
In order to fit the splint properly to your teeth, we begin by taking an impression of them. This allows us to create the holder for the bleaching agent that will fit comfortably and cover all surfaces of your top jaw, bottom jaw or both. This splint holds the whitening concoction for a few hours every evening. Do this for one or two weeks until you are satisfied with the whiteness of your new smile. The end result can be simply amazing and will renew your confidence and self-image so you are comfortable talking and smiling throughout the day. If excessive yellowing, discoloration or stains are present, the whitening process may not provide all the help you need. We can recommend porcelain veneers or crowns in extreme circumstances.
Other Options to Consider for Whitening Teeth
Many people try over-the-counter bleaches and whitening kits before talking to a dental professional, but this mistake can damage your tooth enamel or gums. When it comes to maintaining or achieving a bright, beautiful smile, it is better to talk to your dentist first.