Would you like whiter teeth and a brighter smile done easily and safely? If so, our Montebello dentist, Dr. Baruch B. Lifshitz, is pleased to offer you two wonderful options. You can choose our in-office teeth bleaching, done right here. Or, take advantage of our take home version, and enjoy the convenience of getting whiter teeth on your own schedule.
You may have noticed all of the products that fill the shelves of drug stores and supermarkets, each one promising to whiten your teeth. And while some of them do a good job, it's also true that many of them also contain abrasive ingredients and they can damage your tooth enamel. It's important to get whiter teeth, but you want to do it while protecting your teeth. That's why you should come to our Montebello dentist.
The reasons why your teeth become less white to begin with are varied. Tobacco use, smoking or otherwise, is a known culprit. The same can be said for red wine, coffee, tea, and colas. Foods that include berries, soy sauce, and curry also stain your teeth. Even some medications, notably tetracycline, contribute to tooth discoloration. If that wasn't enough, your teeth will grow duller over time, regardless of your personal habits. This is because tooth enamel wears down with age, revealing the dentin beneath. And it's just not as white. That's the bad news. The good news is that our Montebello dentist can do something about it.
With our in-office teeth whitening, you will get to see a noticeable difference in the color of your teeth after just one session. And with our take home option, you'll get impressive results in just a few days. The precise amount of time it will take to complete depends on how discolored your teeth are right now, and how white you would like them to be. But even if your teeth are yellowed, or brown, you will get an outcome that you're going to love. So, why spend even one more day than necessary feeling self-conscious about the color of your teeth? Call us and schedule an appointment with our Montebello dentist. You'll be glad that you did.
By Baruch B. Lifshitz, D.D.S.
October 29, 2015