Rediscover Your Beautiful Smile with Teeth Whitening
Overtime, teeth will naturally stain. Sometimes it’s the food we eat, or the coffee and wine we consume. Other habits like smoking can also stain our teeth.
Life and age take their toll. As well, some of us are blessed with stronger, more stain-resistant teeth than others. But thankfully, a cosmetic dentist can restore your smile so it’s as good as new. Look younger with perfectly white teeth.
You can have beautiful, shiny white teeth again with a cosmetic dentistry process known as teeth whitening. It’s an easy and effective way to beautify your smile and bring out the appeal of your personality. And while technically teeth whitening is cosmetic, we do often notice an improvement in a patient’s overall oral hygiene. When your smile is this beautiful, you tend to want to maintain it with proper brushing, flossing and routine dental cleanings.
Repair and Restore Teeth for Maximum Benefits
Keep in mind, however, that to optimize the benefits of the teeth whitening procedure, your dental problems will need to be treated before your teeth can be whitened. We recommend a dental cleaning and thorough checkup before we do any whitening to make sure your dental work is brought up to date. That’s because the whitening solution will reach any inner parts of your teeth that are exposed, and you don’t want to find out you have a crack or a cavity during your teeth whitening. It wouldn’t only be painful; it would compromise the health of your inner tooth.
First, we’ll photograph your teeth in order to best monitor the progress of the whitening process. Then we’ll do a thorough examination and cleaning to remove substances that have built up over the years. After that, we can discuss procedures and establish a plan to brighten your smile.
Why Teeth Whitening Can Change Your Life
Yes, teeth whitening can significantly improve the beauty of your smile — but that’s really just the beginning. The truth is this cosmetic dentistry procedure can have a life changing impact on your self-confidence, which can boost your social interactions, help you find new success in your career, and rejuvenate your love life. You’ll look younger and feel great. The effects are lasting and profound.
And even though teeth whitening is technically considered a cosmetic dentistry procedure, it can also significantly improve your dental health. Your teeth will be more fortified and less susceptible to cavities and gum disease. Because of the extensive cleaning we do before the procedure, your teeth and gums are better protected as a result.
Professional Teeth Whitening vs DIY
You can technically purchase over-the-counter teeth whitening kits like Crest White Strips, but the results are not nearly as thorough or as effective as what you’d get from a professional teeth whitening. These kits use a lower concentration of hydrogen peroxide. Because it’s applied like a Band-Aid to the teeth, it doesn’t get into the cracks and crannies of the teeth the way professional teeth whitening can. We can use a custom approach that addresses the entire area of your teeth. The results are profoundly different. We also do a deep cleaning in preparing the teeth that further get rid of any blemishes or stains.
We Offer Cosmetic Teeth Whitening
Yes, we do cosmetic dentistry like dental bonding, teeth whitening and other services, but we also offer full dental services for your entire family. Whether you need a checkup, a new crown, or are experiencing a bad toothache, we strive to provide you the highest quality comprehensive dental care.
We serve the entire family, including young children, toddlers, and even babies. We believe in practicing gentle dentistry with a soft touch. Every effort is made to help you feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible. We’ll help you achieve a beautiful smile, but we also care about your overall dental hygiene and health. We believe they go hand in hand. Great teeth are so important to our health.
Serving the Cincinnati, Sharonville, and Springdale areas, Beckham Square Family Dental is the combined practice of Dr. Schmerler and Dr. Malavich. And yes, we are currently accepting new patients, even for dental emergencies. Give us a call or fill out our online contact form.