Teeth Whitening in Suffern
Have you begun to notice that many of your friends and coworkers have very white and bright smiles? Do you wish that you too could have a smile that is inviting and attractive? There is no reason why you can’t have this done as well. Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dental treatments performed at our office. Today people in all walks of life are having their teeth whitened at the dentist’s office. When you want to have teeth whitening in Suffern
, all you need to do is make an appointment to come in and see us at our practice, Baruch B Lifshitz, DDS.
At our dental practice our expert and highly trained dentist is Dr. Baruch B. Lifshitz. Our dental practice has the latest state-of-the-art equipment, and our dentist uses cutting-edge technologies to provide patients with the highest level of care. Patient comfort is very important to us, so we always make sure that our patients are comfortable and stress-free during their visits. When patients come to us for teeth whitening in Suffern
they are able to have their choice of teeth whitening methods. Some patients choose to use our in-office state-of-the-art tooth bleaching system. This system will make your teeth whiter and brighter and the results will be very dramatic. Treatment time in our office takes less than one hour. Patients also have the choice of an at-home bleaching system. This system will provide patients with a whiter and brighter smile, after a series of treatments have been performed over a matter of days. These results are not as dramatic, as they are gradual, but the end result is a whiter and brighter smile that our patients always love.
Before having any type of teeth whitening at our office, our dentist will want to meet with you and discuss the procedures with you. He will listen to your concerns and teeth whitening goals, and work with you to determine which the best treatment method for you is. Sometimes the selection is simply a matter of personal preferences. However, there may be other factors that may lead our dentist to believe that one treatment will work better for you than another. Our dentist will also need to examine your mouth to see if you have any veneers, crowns or tooth colored fillings that may stand out after the teeth whitening is performed. This is because teeth whitening only works on natural tooth enamel. After whitening you may need to have a tooth-colored filling replaced or a porcelain veneer changed so that it will work well with your new smile color. For an appointment at our office regarding teeth whitening in Suffern
, contact us today.
Baruch B Lifshitz, DDS
2 Executive Boulevard, Suite 100
Suffern, NY 10901
By Baruch B. Lifshitz, D.D.S.
July 21, 2016