There’s nothing worse than looking in the mirror and seeing your teeth are yellow! If those at-home teeth whitening solutions aren’t giving you the results you’re looking for, head on over to SmileBuilders in Monsey, New York. Our teeth whitening services will make you want to show off your new, whiter smile all the time.
Who Are Good Candidates for Teeth Whitening?
Everyone wants pearly whites, but not everyone is a good candidate for professional teeth whitening. If you’re a heavy coffee drinker, a smoker, or have severely decayed teeth, you won’t get the results you want.
You will make an ideal candidate for our teeth whitening services if your teeth are yellow and you fall in the following category:
Few or no dental fillings
Over the age of 16
No chipped teeth
Causes of Discolored Teeth
You might not realize this, but many of our daily habits could be staining our teeth and making them appear less white. Other times, your discolored teeth might not be entirely your fault. Here are some reasons why your teeth might be discolored:
Staining foods and drinks (wine, coffee, berries, etc.)
How Does Teeth Whitening Work?
During the teeth whitening process, we’ll place a lip retractor in your mouth to have easier access to your teeth. Then, we’ll cover your gums with a gel to protect them from the bleach. We'll polish and clean your teeth, then coat them with a whitening agent. We use peroxide to make the cleaning agent stronger and enhance its effects with a laser or light.
Finally, we’ll rinse your mouth thoroughly, and you’ll undergo a fluoride treatment. Your teeth may be sensitive after treatment, but it shouldn’t last for more than a few days. Call our office if it does. Avoid staining foods and drinks for the next 24 hours after your treatment.
Who Can Do Teeth Whitening in Monsey, NY?
Make your dreams of having a brighter smile a reality when you visit Dr. Weisburg and his team at SmileBuilders. We have teeth whitening solutions that will give you a better smile in no time. Schedule an appointment with us today!