Do you feel frustrated with the appearance of your stained or discolored teeth?
Yellow tinted, stained or otherwise discolored teeth can make your smile look old, dirty, and unattractive. White bright teeth look healthy and help patients feel more confident about their smiles. There are a lot of over the counter teeth whitening options available in today’s market, but none provide the high quality, quick, and safe results that professional cosmetic whitening provide.
Dr. Heather Adams offers teeth whitening solutions from the comfort of our Rogers, AR dentist office. Our patients enjoy relaxing in our comfortable chairs while Dr. Adams works to improve their smile. Teeth whitening can take years off the appearance of your smile, leaving you feeling confident of your beautiful smile.
Treating Tooth Discoloration
Treatment for whitening your teeth will depend on the cause of the tooth discoloration. There are many factors that can cause teeth to become discolored. Yellow teeth are a common as patients age and loose tooth enamel and can be exasperated by smoking or heavy consumption of dark-colored beverages such as red wine and coffee. Dark brown or black spots may be caused by an injury. Bright white spots are commonly a result of overexposure to fluoride during tooth development.
If you are seeking a brighter, whiter smile, Dr. Adams can help you determine which whitening option will meet your personal cosmetic goals.
Your Options for a Whiter, Brighter Smile
For tooth discolorations that have been caused by diet, lifestyle habits, smoking, or aging, a professional teeth whitening treatment may be the solution. Using the latest in whitening technology, Dr. Adams helps patients whiten their teeth up to 8 shades in one sitting.
For patients looking for a more natural and gradual solution for a whiter smile, a take-home whitening kit may be recommended. Take home whitening kits use the same high quality, safe and effective whitening gels as in-office treatments but are administered slowly over the course of several weeks. Patients will receive custom fit trays that will evenly apply the whitening gel to the surface of the teeth.
Stains caused by medications, injury, or fluoride may be resistant to whitening gels. This type of stain can be addressed using more advanced cosmetic treatment options such as a custom dental veneers, tooth bonding or a dental crown.