Will my teeth look too white if I bleach them?
Teeth whitening, one of the most popular cosmetic treatments we offer, removes stains from teeth using a peroxide solution in the form of a gel. Since teeth whitening only removes stains and does not change the natural color of your teeth, you can count on natural results.
Foods That Can Stain Teeth
Coffee, tea, soda, and tobacco all take a toll on your smile. Each food you eat, such as colorful berries, curry, and dark green vegetables, leave behind microscopic color deposits on your teeth. Over time, these deposits build up and cause teeth to darken.
It is possible for even the healthiest of people to have stained teeth, as it is a natural part of aging.
Professional Teeth Whitening
When teeth whitening gel comes into contact with your teeth, it bleaches away those stains. We offer both chairside and take-home whitening systems. They are often used together for great results.
Your smile will look much younger and brighter, but not fake or too white. We will take a before and after shade to measure your results.
You can retain your whitening trays to touch up your teeth every few months to keep it looking its best.
To learn more about professional teeth whitening in the Lakeworth area, contact Palms Dental Care.