27 Mar Eliminate Tough Dental Stains With Teeth Whitening
If you could change one thing about your smile, would it be to have whiter, brighter dazzling teeth? If that is your wish, a consultation about tooth whitening with our dental provider could be your answer. [pullquote]In-office whitening offers superior results as compared to the products made available across the counter.[/pullquote]
In-office whitening offers superior results as compared to the products made available across the counter. The corner drug store offers kits, pastes, gels, and mouthwashes but none of them can give you the results you can achieve with Zoom! in-office whitening in about an hour.
We are besieged with information on late night TV and the internet that promise a whiter, brighter smile. But if you read the small print you will see that the process can take days, weeks or longer to see a minor improvement.
But Zoom! patients can walk into the office and leave a short time later with a “wow” smile up to eight shades brighter. How can your cosmetic dentist make that difference for you?
Dental providers have access to the finest whitening products available on the market today. These products contain the strongest whitening agents allowed and are only available through your dentist.
Your cosmetic dentist will assess your overall dental health to make sure you are a good candidate for Zoom! in-office teeth whitening. Since sensitivity can be an issue, your dentist might recommend using a tooth paste that offers sensitivity protection for a couple weeks prior to your whitening procedure.
At your whitening appointment, your dentist will prepare you for the process by protecting the surrounding gum and soft tissue areas.
A curing light or laser will be employed to enhance the process. Two, sometimes three, applications of the whitening agent are applied in 15 minute increments and allowed to work to whiten your teeth.
Prior to your procedure, your cosmetic dentist will advise you of any restoration work needed before embarking on your new smile. Since dental crowns and porcelain repairs do not respond to any whitening procedures, it is important that any dental work needed be considered before moving forward with teeth whitening.
Zoom! in-office teeth whitening can eliminate tough dental stains resulting from diet, medications, and lifestyle habits. Contact the office of Dr. Philip R. Kozlow, serving Dallas, to learn more about your options.