As our bodies age, our teeth naturally darken and become discolored. You can carefully and effectively get that dazzling white smile you’ve wished for through the personalized tooth whitening that we provide at our dentist office in Sterling Heights. Cosmetic teeth whitening can get rid of unsightly stains from your teeth caused by:
In only a single visit to our dentist office in Sterling Heights you could have a brighter, younger looking smile once again. Teeth whitening is a process where surface and internal stains are actually removed from your teeth. Removing of the surface staining starts with getting your teeth fully cleaned and also polished out our dental office in Sterling Heights. Then peroxide gels will be applied to your teeth both in the office or at your home using specific trays that we produce for you. The gel moves through the surface and into the inner layers of your teeth releasing oxygen which dissipates the stains.
Teeth Whitening Options in Sterling Heights
Depending on your specific needs, the Sterling Dental team can offer their patients Tray Whitening in office or to take home. To find out more about which option would work best for you, contact Sterling Dental today!
More about Teeth Whitening
Brown, orange and yellow colored stains are most effortlessly lightened, particularly if they have developed with age. Blue and gray colored stains tend to be a lot more challenging to reduce as is substantial tetracycline staining. Tetracycline is an antibiotic that, whenever given to children while their permanent teeth are developing, can cause staining of those teeth during adulthood. We provide a number of options in tooth whitening which are fast, non-invasive approaches guaranteed to enhance your self-confidence and esteem and offer you an attractive smile. After going over your goals and expectations, the dentist can propose the whitening method that is best for your teeth, your schedule along with your finances.
It is crucial for you to remember that teeth whitening agents only affect actual tooth structure (enamel root surface and their hidden layer called dentin). Any kind of restorative substances (fillings, porcelain veneers or crowns) you have in or over your teeth aren’t going to be whitened. This means that after your bleaching is completed any kind of restorations not matching with your new brighter smile will likely need to get replaced.
A lot of over-the-counter tooth whitening products are obtainable at the local store. However only a dentist can provide you with a prescription-grade teeth whitening solution that provides reliable, comfortable and long-lasting final results. Current research reveals that at-home tray bleaching is among the most effective mode of teeth whitening and it is easier on the wallet compared to light-activated teeth whitening that demonstrates short-term tooth whitening due primarily to short-term dehydration of tooth composition.