Yes clean, white teeth are attractive and can be a big step toward a beautiful, healthy smile. We want to help, so we created and implement our “Whitening for Life” program as a way to give back to our family of patients. We hope you join us because you also deserve a beautiful healthy smile.
Whitening for Life at our office means Free Whitening for life. Simply put, we don’t believe that our patients should have to pay every single time they want to touch up the color of their teeth. Our professional teeth whitening is much more effective then the over the counter products and in the long run the whitening for life patients actually save money.
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Teeth are porous and will absorb stains over time. So if you whiten your teeth, its likely you will want to touch up a few times per year depending on your desired color.
Each Individual is Uniquely More or Less Stain Resistant Base On:
• Their Own unique level of tooth porosity
• Home care skills (brushing and flossing Technique)
• Personal diet (i.e. coffee, tea, wine etc.)
• Tooth Positions (gaps, crowding crooked teeth, and spaces are harder to keep clean and therefore collect stain more easily)
• Old outdated dentistry can start to look bad or fake: i.e. Dental Tooth Bonding is a plastic-like material and for some it will stain more easily
• Gum Recession leads to exposes roots. Teeth roots do not whiten very well, are more porous, and stain more easily.
There are many reasons why teeth can look dark or yellow and professional whitening may not be your complete solutions. If your goal is bright healthy looking smile, you should also review the section below.
In addition to safe, Comfortable and Effective Professional Teeth Whitening treatments,
We Also Offer Common Sense Solutions for a Whiter Brighter Smile.
See “Before and After” Pictures of Our Patients
Who have Chosen A Healthy White Smile:
Common Sense Solutions for a Whiter Brighter Smile.
» Teeth Cleaning & Stain Removal Before Teeth Whitening
» Close Spaces by Gums that Collect Stain *Close the Black Triangle
» Replace Old Yellow Dental Bonding
» Dark Grey Dead Tooth Treatment
» Replace: Old Metal / Yellow Crowns
» Replace Old Metal Fillings
» Cover Exposed Yellow Tooth Roots
» Teeth Whitening Before Bonding
» Porcelain Veneers & Teeth Whitening
We Even Offer Whitening Remedies for Coffee Drinkers
If you love coffee, you may suffer from dark stains or a warmer, yellow color of your tooth structure. Aside from routine dental cleanings to maintain stain or discoloration, whitening is also an option. Professional whitening products will not only brighten your teeth but help keep stains from reappearing. No matter which type of professional whitening procedure you choose, you will have to maintain your whitening at home in order to stop the new coffee stains from reappearing. To help aid in keeping a bright white smile, you can also rinse with water or more ideally brush with a whitening toothpaste after enjoying your coffee. In our office, we routinely review oral hygiene instructions and teach you techniques for the removal coffee stains.
At our office we have a Keurig in the back kitchen. In the am, we all enjoy our morning coffee. We know most of our patients enjoy their coffee routines. In addition to the before mention routines, we also know that coffee drinkers will need to do more whitening touch ups then non-coffee drinkers. The later is just another reason why we offer Free whitening touch ups for the Coffee drinkers who are part of our family of patients and who have joined the whitening for life program.
It’s True, a Beautiful Healthy Smile Says Allot About You
One glimpse at another person’s smile can reveal a magnitude of subconscious information. Much like your skin, eyes, hair, or fingernails, your teeth, gums, tongue, along with the form and function of your mouth give a unique perspective into the inner workings of general and oral health. Check out our Smile gallery to see the bright and healthy smiles our patients enjoy: Professional Whitening Smile Gallery
13 Abnormalities Revealed By A Smile
Did you know that your smile gives the “on looker” the ability to judge numerous genetic and environmental abnormalities and diseases?
- Stained teeth suggest to an onlooker that your teeth are dirty. Stained teeth may also be a suggestion as it relates to your lifestyle habits like smoking, tea, wine, and coffee.
- Yellow Teeth Look Dirty The Innocent Truth – Watch this Video
- Increased Length & narrowing of the lower 3rd of one’s face suggest:
- Breathing disorders
- Cold /Allergies
- Partial or full Nasal airway blockage
- Sinus infection
Mouth breathing affects the growth and development of the length & width of the lower 3rd of one’s face. Along with this narrowing of the lower third is a tendency toward a narrow bony & tooth arch form, & teeth crowding.
- Open Bite tooth position (maxillary arch tipped upward) due to tongue trust during swallowing or forward tongue posture during rest. Forward posturing or forward movement of the tongue may be a result of a tongue habit but more commonly the tongue postures or moves forward during swallowing. Tongue movement forward clears airway during swallowing if there airway blockage from tonsils & adenoids. This forward posture or movement of the tongue as it presses against the back or goes between the upper and lower teeth leads to an open bite malocclusion in the anterior (negative overbite).
- Lesions, Pumps, or Swellings suggest the presence of tooth, gum & bone infections, oral diseases or cancer.
- Red Gums is a direct result of Periodontal gum disease & bad breath
- Tooth erosion, wear or chipped teeth are statistically associated with Sleep disorders (sleep apnea). Less commonly reveals a recurrent vomiting e. from nervous eating disorder called bulimia. Acidic erosion of tooth & root may also suggest medical conditions associated with Gastric reflux GERD.
- Sticky Slurred speech from Dry mouth. Dry mouth has many causes i.e. dehydration, mouth breathing as a result of breathing disorders, side effects of medications, mouth breathing during extended physical activity, diabetes etc. Dry mouth causes sticky slurred speech, and dry up saliva, which decreases its ability of saliva to neutralize cavities, gum disease, and bad breath. Dry mouth also occurs from and implies fear, stress, anxiety, and depression.
- Maligned or crooked teeth may be judged as evidenced of your social status. Maligned teeth are more difficult to keep clean. As a result, this increases statistical occurrence of gum disease and cavities.
- Chipped, broken, dark dead teeth reveal a history of trauma, and may suggest a reckless lifestyle or unwillingness to seek quality care.
- Diabetes & Cardiovascular diseases are statistically related to an increased tendency of oral diseases.
- Excessive uncontrolled oral habits. clinching, fingernail biting, cheek/ pen biting, or nighttime teeth grinding may suggest nervous twitching or quirky habits. Read More…..While not documented well, oral habits are very common. Chipping, wear, tooth migration (movement) are common side effects of day and night time oral habits. If you have these habits you should know, it’s a statistical fact that your dental crowns and fillings are 230% more likely to break.
- Gum Recession, darkening, wear, chipping & cracking as it relates to the aging smile.
- Gummy Smile suggests irregular tooth irruption pattern, small or short teeth, or teeth wear with extrusion (gum & bone follow the downward movement of upper teeth as they wear). The later wear and movement can be a result of a genetic edge to edge alignment of upper and lower teeth. Should be noted that there are other reasons for a gummy smile. Non-the less, its presence suggests abnormal form and development.
- Bad Fake Dentistry Presence of any of the above problems, conditions and bad fake dentistry suggest to the onlooker a lack of interest to seeking quality care. Additionally it suggests, that you are not taking care of your oral hygiene at home.
Ask us about Whitening For Life during your next dental appointment!