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What is Teeth Whitening?
Many people struggle with feelings of self-consciousness when it comes to their smile, and it is easy to understand why. After all, your smile is one of the first things that people notice about you, and if your teeth are less than perfect, feelings of inadequacy can sometimes rise up. If you are currently struggling with these type of feelings when it comes to your smile, you may want to consider making an appointment for teeth whitening.
Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic procedure that is designed to help individuals struggling with damaged, or discolored teeth. This procedure is popular because it is non-invasive, quick, and an easy way to brighten your smile almost immediately.
Teeth whitening can help individuals who are struggling with damaged, or discolored teeth by restoring their natural, beautiful smile. Many patients who pursue this cosmetic dentistry procedure do so because they have had poor hygienic practices; however, there are several other reasons why teeth whitening may be needed. Some patients schedule this procedure because they are experiencing discoloration caused by medications they are taking. Patients suffering from Fluorosis also commonly pursue this cosmetic dentistry option.
Regardless of your reason, at Brook West Family Dentistry, we are committed to providing our patients with the care and support they need. If you are scheduled to have this procedure or have any questions, please contact our staff to see if teeth whitening is right for you. We are proud to provide one of a kind personalized care that is tailored to your unique needs.
More About At-Home Whitening
While there are some obvious benefits to using over the counter teeth whitening strips, which include being easily accessible and presumably affordable, there are also many drawbacks to going this route. The first drawback to at home treatments is that these treatments will not make as dramatic a difference as a professional in-house procedure will. Additionally, these strips have to be replenished on a regular basis, which can cost more over time.
Ultimately, scheduling an appointment with our professional staff will mean that you have a system of whitening your teeth that can last you for years. If you would like to discuss at home versus in-house benefits and drawbacks further, please contact our knowledgeable staff.