When significant dental stains afflict the appearance of your teeth, the whitening products sold in stores will likely not have the potency to satisfy your desire for a whiter smile. Rather than risk harm to your teeth and gums, you should schedule a whitening consultation with Dr. Dr. Greg Mann and Dr. Ross Owens at their dental office in Durango, Colorado. The training and years of experience they has received can help identify the safest and most effective method for restoring the gleaming white smile you desire.
This often starts by having Dr. Dr. Greg Mann and Dr. Ross Owens administer dental bleaching treatment. The professional tools, techniques, and potent whitening agents they uses can safely remove stains that have penetrated deep into your teeth.
With the luster of your teeth fully restored, Dr. Dr. Greg Mann and Dr. Ross Owens can then help you identify the necessary measures for maintaining your white smile.
Many of the whitening toothpastes can help remove minor surface stains before they have the chance to saturate your smile. Just keep in mind that the concentration of hydrogen peroxide whitening agents in the product will not be strong enough to whiten your smile.
Whitening strips are another popular and convenient option for removing surface stains. They are basically clear, plastic strips that have been treated with a special topical form of hydrogen peroxide. You can conveniently wear them as you go about your day, and the casual observer won’t even notice you have them on your teeth. While the whitening strips are in your mouth, you should abstain from eating, drinking, or using tobacco products.
It’s important to look for the American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance before using any whitening product. The small logo on the packaging indicates that the product has been submitted and tested by the ADA for safe oral use.
If you live in the Durango, Colorado, area and you are struggling with a stained smile, you should call 970.259.1646 to schedule a whitening consultation at Durango Dentistry.