How to Whiten Stained Teeth

Congratulations! Really wonderful news! Wow! A 20-year reunion is finally here! How about that new job you got? Wow, that’s fantastic news! You want to put your best, brightest smile forward at every celebration, no matter how big or small. Explain how the doctor can improve your health. And in a lot of different ways!

Expert Bleaching

In time, the porous nature of teeth makes them vulnerable to staining from things like food, drink, and cigarettes. We refer to this as “extrinsic staining” If this is a problem for you, getting your teeth whitened by a professional is the quickest, safest, and most long-lasting way to get a brilliant grin.

We’ll take a look at your teeth to make sure you don’t have any issues like cavities or gum disease that need to be addressed before we begin the whitening process. Protecting your gums and keeping a close eye on the process, we’ll use a whitening gel with a higher concentration of active chemicals than what you’d find in a drugstore. At our New York, New York location, we provide custom mouthpieces and professional whitening gels for easy, accurate at-home whitening. Book your appointment with a Midtown Manhattan dentist

Contamination From Inside

Deeper stains, known as intrinsic stains, are more challenging to remove. These discolorations may have been caused by trauma to the tooth during development or by the use of a medication like tetracycline.

Bonding or veneers are typically preferable to whitening systems or professional whiteners, although in cases where the inherent staining is not too severe, whitening solutions can be effective. Color matching allows us to make veneers or bonding look completely natural. Moreover, think about getting your teeth whitened professionally before coming to see us so that we can match your new restorations to your best natural smile.

Repairing Previous Dental Procedures

Likewise, if you’re thinking about getting porcelain veneers or crowns, composite veneers, or tooth bonding, pick the shade that complements your whitest natural smile. If you already have dental work but would like to have it polished to remove surface stains, you can do so with either composite or porcelain. We can talk about replacing your dental work if the hue no longer looks natural with your teeth.

One of the many great occasions to whiten your teeth is your wedding. Reunions! Jobs, sure, but the biggest perk is finally flashing that radiant, self-assured grin you’ve always desired. That definitely calls for a party!