A New Smile In Just A Few Days:
Blame time and your diet. With age, the enamel on teeth becomes thinner and more transparent, and the inner layer, called dentin, looks darker. Teeth also absorb colored liquids throughout your life. Coffee, tea, cola, and red wine are frequent culprits, along with more tenacious tobacco stains.
At-home or take-home whitening is an option for anyone with a healthy mouth who has been to the dentist in the past year. Three groups shouldn’t do their own whitening: those whose teeth are painfully sensitive to cold; anyone with crowns or fillings on their front teeth (they won’t whiten and will end up looking much darker than surrounding teeth); and people whose enamel seems more gray than yellow (due to intrinsic stains from antibiotics like tetracycline taken in childhood).
Call today for a consultation to see if you are a candidate for at-home whitening. It’s easy, and the results can be dramatic. You’ll get a new smile in just a few days.