A healthful smile doesn’t at all times mean a brilliant, white smile. As we age our smiles continue to darken and become discolored. We provide personalized whitening designed to carefully and effectively offer you a dazzling, white smile. Cosmetic whitening can take away stains from your teeth due to:
Within just a single appointment at Dominion Ridge Dentistry you can get a brighter, more youthful appearing smile once more.
Teeth whitening is a procedure by which exterior and internal discolorations are actually taken away from each tooth. Removal of the exterior discolorations starts off with having your teeth fully cleaned and polished in the office located in San Antonio. Next, peroxide gels are applied to your teeth both at the office and also at home utilizing custom molded plastic trays which we produce for you. The gel passes through the surface and into the inner layers of your teeth releasing oxygen that dissipates the staining.
Orange, yellow and brown hued stains are generally most effectively lightened, especially if they have developed with age. Blue and gray hued discolorations are usually much more difficult to reduce as is considerable tetracycline staining. Tetracycline is an antibiotic that, if given to young children while their permanent teeth are developing, will result in staining of those teeth during adulthood. We provide numerous solutions in smile whitening, which are fast and effective, non-invasive techniques guaranteed to enhance your confidence and self esteem and give you a wonderful smile. After talking about your expectations and goals, Dr. Louis R. Garcia will recommend the whitening strategy that is a good choice for your teeth, your schedule along with your budget.
It is crucial for you to do not forget that whitening agents only affect tooth structure (enamel, root surface and its underlying layer termed “dentin”). Any restorative materials (fillings, veneers or crowns) you may have in or on your teeth aren’t going to be lightened. This means right after your bleaching is done, any restorations not the same shade as your new, whiter smile will need to be replaced.
Many over-the-counter smile whitening products are available at your local store. But, only a dentist can give you a prescription-grade whitening product which offers consistent, comfortable and long-lasting final results.