A Whiter Smile For Greater Romance
Waiting until the last possible moment to improve your dingy smile isn’t a sound strategy that I’d recommend to my patients.
Quality oral health care is never something that you want to rush, and yet, if you have made any plans for this upcoming Valentine’s Day, then you can’t help but feel like you’re in a bit of a pinch.
Try as you might, you just don’t seem able to avoid the feeling that time – and your smile – is slipping away from you. Before you know it, Valentine’s Day will be here, and with it, all of the anxieties and fears that have been building up around the unfortunate state of your smile.
You’ll sit down to dinner and treat every incoming joke or compliment with apprehension. That’s because you know that if you smile, then you risk exposing all of those fears and all of those anxieties before the main course has even arrived.
It just doesn’t seem worth going through with it, but the alternative of canceling your plans is even worse. Backing out now is a surefire way to spoil the mood, but you don’t want your date to see your discolored smile, either.
So you’re left with what seems like no good options, and the inevitable feelings of shame are sure to introduce themselves as uninvited guests to your big date.
There’s a way to keep those issues from butting into your Valentine’s Day, and that is to take action and get a professional whitening treatment from your Millburn dentist.
It’s the fastest possible way to improve even the dullest of smiles in just a matter of weeks, and it won’t break your bank.
Whitening Solutions That Work For You
If you think that you can get away with using over-the-counter whitening products, you are in for a rude awakening.
No matter which product you choose, it won’t be enough. That’s no exaggeration: The active ingredients in those over-the-counter products aren’t as concentrated as the professional-grade whitening solutions that I can offer you.
Sure, you may notice a whiter smile by the 14th if you use whatever you can find at the local drugstore, but there is no way it will be as white as the smile my practice can give you with our convenient take-home smile brightening products.
They are simple to use mouth trays that are lined with a high-strength whitening gel. You’ll wear them for a designated amount of time each day until your smile is so bright, you won’t recognize it anymore!
But first thing’s first. You must call me to schedule an appointment while there is still time, otherwise you will be forced to either do nothing or settle for an inferior whitening product.
I’m confident in my whitening solution because I know that over-the-counter products only treat what are known as “extrinsic” stains. That means they will only brighten the stains that cling to the surface of your tooth enamel.
My products, on the other hand, work by penetrating the microscopic cracks that are present in all of our teeth, where the toughest stains reside. Those are called “intrinsic” stains, and the only way to properly treat them is with professional-strength whitening solutions like the kind you can get at Millburn Dental Arts.
A word of warning, however: When your teeth are in the middle of a whitening program, they can be very susceptible to re-staining. This means that they are more likely to be stained if you aren’t careful with the kinds of foods and drinks that you consume.
A little bit of common sense will go a long way to making sure your new, brighter smile sticks instead of the stains! A good rule of thumb to go by is any food or beverage that can easily stain fabric will easily re-stain your teeth. Sacrificing that glass of red wine is a small price to pay for the radiance of a newly whitened smile.
In order to achieve a brighter smile before the 14th, I need you to call me to set up a consultation appointment. With a little bit of luck, I can mark you down for a whitening treatment that will revitalize your smile and give you the confidence you need to shine on Valentine’s Day and beyond!
To make that appointment, pick up your phone and call me at (973) 957-1604, or request an appointment online through this website.