A stained smile is a natural part of aging, but it can negatively impact how you feel about the way you look.
Common foods and drinks can cause stains on your teeth. Some of these include red wine, coffee, berries, and tea. If you use tobacco, your smile can darken even more dramatically.
One of the most convenient and affordable ways to improve the appearance of your smile is professional teeth whitening. A whiter smile can take years off your appearance.
Our Custom Take-Home Teeth Whitening System
Professional teeth whitening provides better results than over-the-counter products because we create trays just for your teeth and provide professional strength whitening gel to remove stains.
Depending on your level of staining and your lifestyle habits, you can expect an improvement of 4 to 8 shades once you complete treatment.
Teeth whitening is safe for most healthy patients. You will achieve the best results by beginning treatment after your professional dental cleaning, which will remove tartar, polish away surface stains, and allow the professional whitening gel to come into direct contact with your teeth.
While teeth whitening provides excellent results in most situations, some types of staining may require other cosmetic dentistry treatments, such as porcelain veneers.
Our Whitening for Life Program
We believe in rewarding patients who value their smiles. With that in mind, we offer a Whitening for Life Program to help you keep your teeth their brightest. Once you have your initial exam, x-rays, professional teeth cleaning, and take care of any necessary dental needs, our team will take impressions of your teeth to create your custom whitening trays and provide you with a professional whitening kit to get you started.
If you maintain your regular dental exams, x-rays, cleanings, and any recommended treatment, we will give you two complimentary tubes of whitening gel twice a year to help you maintain a bright smile – for a lifetime!
Contact Us for a Whiter Smile Today
If you feel your smile could use some sprucing up, we can help. Contact our Tualatin, OR dental office for an appointment.