3 Techniques To Whiten Your Teeth

Close up of teeth before and after teeth whitening

Beautiful white teeth are something that can affect every level of your life, from your social interactions all the way up to changing how successful you are at your chosen career. The level of confidence that you feel knowing that your smile isn’t discolored or yellow can make a huge difference in your life. Some people spend immense amounts of money trying to achieve that perfect smile, but if all you need is a simple whitening then there’s no need for that! We’re going a few ways you can achieve a beautiful white smile!

Laser Whitening

One of the most common whitening procedures sought by those that over-the-counter whitening won’t work for is laser whitening. Part of its popularity comes from its ability to make your teeth several shades whiter in less than an hour of treatment. Effective and quick, there’s only one drawback to using this form of treatment, and that’s what the laser is incapable of lightening porcelain crowns or veneers. Recognized as a safe procedure by the American Dental Association, it’s the perfect solution for people looking for a quick improvement in the color of their teeth.

Gel Whitening

This is an excellent option for people looking to whiten their teeth at home. Available on adhesive strips or in trays containing the peroxide-based gel this whitening method can provide incredible results for the at-home whitener. The biggest problem with using a gel whitening procedure is the multiple instructions involved and the risk of causing tooth sensitivity if it isn’t used carefully. The two most common ingredients used in whitening gels are carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide. Both of these choices are equally effective at producing beautiful white teeth.

Internal Bleaching

This form of whitening is reserved for people who have deep-seated discoloration that requires the tooth being whitened from the inside out. This form of whitening is only available for patients who are in need of a root canal, and therefore can only be used on teeth that have a problematic nature. This is much more thorough than some forms of bleaching, and if you already need a root canal, it will be an excellent way for you to restore a beautiful white color to your damaged (and now repaired) tooth. After that, it’s up to you to keep your newly restored teeth white and beautiful!

If you’ve been looking in the mirror while brushing your teeth and feeling self-conscious about discoloration, then it’s time to pick up the phone and get professional help getting a beautiful white smile back. Dr. Sam S Sadati helps patients in the Wellington FL area restore even the most damaged teeth to a beautiful white at the Sadati Center For Aesthetic Dentistry. Don’t hide your smile due to discoloration, make an appointment today and get a consultation that will reveal which of their whitening services will be able to restore your beautiful shining smile.