Two Ways To Clean Up Your Smile This Spring
Spring is officially just days away, and that means it’s time for spring cleaning.
While you are cleaning out the attic, the garage, or your closets, don’t forget about your smile. The change of the seasons is a good time to remind yourself to get a dental cleaning at Millburn Dental Arts.
But if you want to take your smile to another level, ask about professional teeth whitening or dental veneers.
We can’t tell you how many patients we have helped with these two cosmetic services. We can tell you that we have witnessed several people become more comfortable and more confident about their smiles, however.
Keep reading to learn why you might be interested in either of these services.
How You Lost Your Pearly Whites
Do you enjoy pizza and pasta with those delicious tomato sauces?
Do you drink soft drinks, tea, or wine regularly?
Do you have a bit of a sweet tooth?
Do you have a cup or cups of coffee as part of your morning routine?
If you said yes to any of those, then you are developing stains on your teeth. In fact, if you eat or drink almost anything, it will contribute to the gradual stains that develop on your teeth.
That’s a normal part of being human. Then again, there’s a reason teeth whitening is the most popular form of cosmetic dentistry in the United States. We know that our smiles look nicer when our teeth are bright and white.
While stains are common for most of us given enough time, they are not the only reason people develop discolored teeth.
Your teeth can change colors as a result of the side effects of some medications. Your teeth can look darker as a result of an accident or injury, too. You may even develop an illness that affects your smile.
And worn enamel can reveal give your teeth a yellow tint as well.
One or more of the issues described above may have contributed to current color of your smile.
Regardless of why, if you want to have a whiter, brighter smile, then you owe it to yourself to call Millburn Dental Arts at (973) 957-1604.
What Teeth Whitening Can Do
If you want to remove the deep stains from all those morning coffees, plates of spaghetti, and pieces of cake, then professional teeth whitening is your best option.
At our dentist office in Millburn, NJ, we offer a take-home whitening treatment that’s just as effective, yet more convenient, than an in-office treatment.
After designing custom whitening trays to fit your teeth, we will send you home with our premium whitening gel and instructions on how to use it.
By using it as directed, you should see a dramatic improvement in the color of your smile in just a few weeks.
This is as simple to use as the commercial treatments you might find in the toothpaste aisle. The difference if our professional whitening will remove deeper stains than anything you will find at the store.
To find out if professional teeth whitening could work for you, make plans to talk to Dr. Scott Krosser.
What Dental Veneers Can Do
Professional teeth whitening is a great way to remove deep stains from your smile. It’s not the only way to bring back your pearly whites, however.
Dental veneers can be equally effective, albeit it in a very different way.
Teeth whitening uses bleachings agents like hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide to remove stains from your teeth. In that regard, teeth whitening is like a power washer for your smile.
To continue with the home improvement analogy, dental veneers are like getting new siding, only for your smile.
Dental veneers don’t remove the stains. Dental veneers hide your stained and discolored teeth.
Each set of veneers is custom-designed to fit over your teeth. When veneers are bonded to your teeth, they can completely change how your smile looks.
Not only can you discolored teeth look whiter, they can look straighter with no gaps or crowding.
The process may be a little different than professional teeth whitening, but the final results are undeniably similar.
Feel Better About Your Smile
We’ve seen it happen many times. Many patients can’t stop smiling when they see their whiter teeth.
Your new and improved smile is waiting.