Do you hesitate to smile because your teeth are stained, yellowed or dull ?
Or do you have white teeth, but you still want the brightest whitest smile possible?
At Smile Dental Care, we have the perfect solution of brilliant white teeth.
60 minutes is all it takes to transform your dull and yellowish teeth to a dazzling brilliant white appearance. In today’s era where our appearance is so vital to our success, yellow and dull teeth are totally unacceptable and are considered to be old fashioned.
Which is why, Smile Dental Care we help you whiten your teeth using the latest whitening techniques.
Your genes, just like the colour of your hair or your eyes, determine the colour of your teeth. As we get older, the dentine - the soft substance below the enamel that protects the nerves and the blood supply to the tooth - changes colour, becoming more yellow. Drinking too much tea or coffee, smoking or even eating strongly coloured foods can stain and discolour them. Everyday life will take its toll on our teeth, anyway. Many individuals who have discoloured enamel are not satisfied with the appearance of their teeth and go to great lengths to achieve the perfect smile. The answer lies in Tooth bleaching.
Tooth whitening, also referred to as tooth bleaching, is an aesthetic dentistry technique designed to remove stains and discoloration, as well as lighten pigmentation within the teeth. While many dental offices now offer services such as in-office teeth whitening, at-home tooth whitening gel is another product that can be used to this end. By applying a bleaching agent to the teeth, teeth can be whitened, giving you a sparkly white smile. This procedure is simple, harmless and practically painless.
It is important, though, to do it under the dentist's supervision. OTC purchases are attractive but are not without inherent failures and sometimes damaging to the purpose. Don't be tempted to buy kits over the counter unless the reputation of product has proven locus standi. Not only are they not made to fit everybody’s mouth exactly; it may be that bleaching isn't suitable for prospective user especially with gum disease or crowns.