Things that discolor teeth - red wine, smoking/tobacco, staining foods, coffee, tea, aging
Only 1 in 4 People are Comfortable With Their Smile
#1 Most Common Response to Question 'What would you most like to improve about your smile?'
Answer: Whiter or Brighter Teeth
In office whitening affects the front 8 teeth - the ones you see when you smile!
100+ The number of whitening treatments Abilene Family Dentists performed last year
3 The number of types of procedures Abilene Family Dentists use to whiten your teeth:
1) Zoom Whitening – professional whitening procedure. Longer in-office procedure. Patient also receives take home trays and gel for touch ups.
2) Quick Pro - whitening varnish technology in 1 in-office application. Works great in conjunction with a patient’s regular professional teeth cleaning appointment. Takes about 10 minutes.
3) Take Home Whitening Trays – patients use professional strength gel at home to achieve desired results.
How Does it Work?
Dissolves stains from deep inside the pores of your teeth
Who Should Get Teeth Whitening?
Anyone who wants a whiter smile
Who Should Not?
People with lots of crowns, genetic discoloration, decayed teeth or gum disease, nor those under 16 years of age.
How Safe is Teeth Whitening?
Safe, conservative approach to brightening one’s smile with little to no post op sensitivity.
How Effective is Teeth Whitening?
Dependent on each individual patient and the type of bleaching method used. Zoom whitening can show results of up to 8 shades lighter. Quick Pro can show results of up to 4 shades lighter.
How Long Does Whitening Last?
We recommend touch ups every 12-24 months. Varies according to patient’s original shade and diet. Coffee, tea, cola, red wine, etc.
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