Schedule Your Teeth Whitening Service Before Your Wedding

Teeth Whitening

If you are getting married, visit us for teeth whitening. We can take your ordinary smile and turn it into one that sparkles and gleams. Your wedding is one day where you do not want to feel uncertain about your smile or have any level of diminished self-esteem. Since there is a good chance that hundreds of photos will be taken by your photographer, family, and friends, you want to be sure that you are smiling boldly and enjoying every second of it. This is where we come in.

It is perfectly normal for teeth to become yellow and stained with age. Whether you cannot get enough of your local coffee shop or your nightly glass of merlot, there are many products that can stain your teeth and dull your smile. Even antibiotics can make your teeth yellow. Unfortunately, it is difficult to avoid these products, so the best thing to do is have a game plan for how to solve the problem after the fact. Visiting our dental office is step one.

We can provide you with a teeth cleaning. This is important for removing the plaque and tartar that has built up on your teeth. Plaque is a yellow substance that will instantly make your teeth appear dirty and in poor health. It can become stained as well, so a simple teeth cleaning will make anyone's smile look better. Once this is done, we can perform a teeth whitening service to remove the stains that are making your teeth dull and aged. Our whitening solution works by penetrating your enamel to start the process of oxidization. This is where the molecules inside of your teeth begin to reflect less light and appear colorless. As they do, your smile becomes a bright shade of white. If you are getting married or have another special event on the horizon, we can complete this in time to improve your pictures.

We also understand that you have multiple options in how to whiten your teeth. You can visit our office for teeth whitening or you can buy a kit from the store. With so many products on the shelves and advertisements in magazines and on television, it can be difficult to know which one to select. We know this is confusing for many of our patients, so here are a few things to keep in mind.

  1. The solution makes a difference. Our whitening solution is designed to remove deep stains and discoloration by penetrating your enamel and working on the inside of the tooth as well as the outside. What you buy in the store is typically designed to remove surface stains only. This means the results will not be as dramatic.

  2. The process impacts your comfort level. How the whitening solution is applied influences how comfortable you are or are not. When you visit our office, we will ensure the process is done in a way that does not irritate your gums or leak. When you use a store-bought solution, this can be a common occurrence.

We encourage you to visit our office for teeth whitening so you can enjoy the process and be pleased with the results.


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