Your smile is one of your most valuable physical features and therefore you want to feel confident when showing off your teeth. If your teeth are yellow or discoloured in appearance, you may want to consider treatments for teeth whitening from your Edmonton dentistry, Impression Dental. Call us today to find out how you can enhance your image and get a whiter, healthier smile.
Common Causes of Tooth Discolouration
Tooth discolouration is a common dental concern and even with proper oral care it happens to most people over time as the result of aging, diet, or genetics. Some additional causes of tooth discolouration or yellow teeth include:
Considering Teeth Whitening in Edmonton?
Perhaps you’re considering teeth whitening for a special occasion such as a wedding or professional photo shoot. Or maybe you feel self-conscious about the colour of your teeth and want to feel more confident when you smile. There are many benefits of seeking treatment for teeth whitening from our Edmonton dentists, including:
Methods for Whitening Your Teeth
If you research how to whiten your teeth online, then you may find methods ranging from natural treatments to tray-based tooth whiteners. Some commonly used techniques include whitening toothpaste, over-the-counter whitening strips, and rinses. However, it’s important to know that many of these methods can’t achieve the same results as in-office whitening.
During a dental whitening appointment, your dentist will apply the bleaching product directly to your teeth to achieve immediate results. Though your teeth should look significantly whiter after your first treatment, you may also opt to return for subsequent whitening appointments to protect or enhance their appearance.
Taking Care of Your Newly Whitened Teeth
After you visit Impression Dental for teeth whitening, it’s important that you properly take care of your teeth. You may experience sensitivity or tenderness, which are both common and normal side effects. Daily care, including flossing and brushing, as well as regular visits to your dentist are important to maintaining the appearance of your newly whitened teeth.