A professional teeth whitening happens at your dentist’s office and gives you a complete teeth whitening in just one appointment. People choose to professionally whiten their teeth when their teeth have accrued stains over time that a regular cleaning at the dentist office or home care habits won’t remove. Some patients may have...
It’s estimated that 45 million Americans have had their teeth professionally whitened. This number doesn’t include those who have tried over-the-counter teeth whitening products for their smiles. With so many people receiving a professional whitening treatment, it’s natural to wonder how this procedure affects your teeth and gums. For those...
Alcohol is known to be bad for your teeth. Alcoholic drinks are usually a combination of sugars and acid that can damage your tooth enamel and contribute to tooth decay. However, this doesn’t stop people from enjoying alcohol, especially around the holiday season. Even though there’s no such thing as a “healthy”...
Many people are surprised just how much a professional teeth whitening can change your life. When you have confidence in your smile and aren’t held back by stains or uneven color, you open your life up to new possibilities. Having a brighter smile can give you confidence in your personal life, in...
Of course you want your teeth to look as bright as possible. Whiter teeth give the appearance of health and youth as well as boosting your confidence, so it’s understandable that white teeth would be a priority! But what happens when you want a professional teeth whitening but you have dental implants or...
So you’ve decided to get whiter teeth with your dentist—congratulations! A white smile can not only boost your confidence, but can remove unsightly stains to give you a picture-perfect smile for an upcoming event or just your everyday satisfaction. What should you expect during your Zoom! whitening procedure? This laser teeth whitening...
As we age, our teeth can naturally begin to take on a more yellowish hue. Our teeth are naturally a shade of white, but with time and wear, teeth can begin to look a little less than perfect. The causes of tooth discoloration are numerous and may be influenced by an internal...
When you’re considering teeth whitening, you may have considered take-home options that you buy over the counter. Why would someone pay for an in-office whitening when they could get white teeth at home? Here’s why getting your teeth whitened at your dentist’s is always more effective than getting a take-home kit and trying...
Dental fluorosis is a condition in which the appearance of the tooth enamel is marked by faint white spots or streaks in the teeth. Dental fluorosis may be mild and hardly noticeable, or it may be severe and affect the appearance of your smile. How does dental fluorosis happen and what can...
The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing! These athletes train for often hundreds if not thousands of hours to be able to compete at this prestigious event. Healthy teeth are more than just a pretty smile for these Olympians. A healthy smile has been linked to a lower risk for systemic...