As a dentist, we are here to help our patients have a smile that they can be proud to show off.

We help patients to stay healthy with routine visits every six month. We help fix teeth that are not healthy, whether they are broken, diseased, or anything else. However, one the of the most commonly asked question is about how to get whiter teeth!

There are many options to get whiter teeth, and we are here to help you. It is important to understand how teeth whitening works and know your options so that you can make an educated decision about what works best for you.

There are many things that can discolor your teeth, but most people believe it is due to the buildup of plaque. However, what you eat and drink can play a big part in the color of your teeth. Any form of tobacco use and even your age can change the color of your teeth. Certain injuries and medications can also discolor your teeth.

Most products used to whiten teeth use hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide to bleach your teeth. It actually breaks the stain up into small pieces. This makes your teeth look brighter since the stains are harder to see.

It is also important to know that whitening will not affect your caps, veneers, crowns, or even your fillings. If medication is changing the color of your teeth, bleaching will not work either. Since bleaching doesn’t work for every tooth, you should contact your dentist so you can have effective whitening with your first try.

There are many different ways to get your teeth whiter, including toothpaste, bleaching you can do at home, and our in-house bleaching. Each product has its own effectiveness, and so results will vary.

There can also be some problems with teeth whitening. If the bleach wears down your enamel, your teeth may become very sensitive, though this should go away. However, if you bleach your teeth a lot, you may have damage that won’t go away.
Our best options for whitening teeth with the BEST results over anything else we have done in our office is Kor Whitening


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