Teeth whitening has become one of the most frequently requested dental procedures our clients ask about. Whiter, brighter and more perfect smiles are now possible with many choices available through advances in technology and innovation in dentistry products.
Products for teeth whitening include home-based toothpastes, gels, and films, as well as dentist-based systems where solutions containing highly concentrated bleaching agents are applied under professional supervision. The home-based solutions are not ideal and often result in increased sensitivity.
The most common reasons to get teeth whitened are as follows;
Combat Discolouration: Teeth whitening can offset tooth discolouration due to plaque, tartar or other concerns.
Special Occasion: Teeth whitening is a great way to ensure that your smile looks bright and healthy for an upcoming event, whether a wedding, anniversary, birthday, interview, gala ball or graduation. Many clients know they have to live with those “special” photos forever, and whitening can help you look your best on the day and it those family albums.
Boost Self-Confidence: Our clients say that their smile plays an important part in their confidence. Teeth whitening can help you be more confident in smiling, rather than hiding your teeth.
Impact of Diet Choices: If you consume a lot of coffee, tea, certain curries and red wine your teeth may have been stained over the course of time. Teeth whitening can counter discolouration that is caused by certain drinks and foods.
Effects of Aging: As we age, our tooth enamel may get worn down, making it easier for tooth discolouration or oral health problems to occur. Teeth whitening can offset the effects of aging so you can enjoy brighter, whiter teeth that make you look and feel younger.
Effects of Smoking: Smoking can damage your teeth, leading to a higher risk of oral health problems with a build-up of plaque and bacteria on your teeth in addition to tooth discolouration. Teeth whitening can help target the tooth discolouration caused by smoking and help you have a healthier smile.
Risks of Teeth Whitening
The dental profession and public have been aware of certain risks related to teeth whitening, such as increased sensitivity. New research and the products that have been released are focused on optimising whitening procedures to reduce tooth sensitivity and to increase the long term whitening effect.
At Smile Forever Dental we use proven products that minimise risks. Ask us for information on our procedures and why we recommend them.
We strive to provide the best dental treatment available using the latest techniques, equipment and best dental materials. Combined with our down to earth and completely transparent approach means there is no better time to come in and take care of your dental health.
Call Smile Forever Dental on 9321 6877.
We are conveniently located on Level 2, 55 Colin Street in West Perth.
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