Teeth Whitening Through Your Dentist: Why It’s Better
We all wish we had whiter teeth. For those of us willing to give up drinks that stain them, like wine and coffee, the yellowing process is delayed a little bit longer. But teeth discoloration is an inevitable side effect of age and wine, coffee, and tea are staples some just can’t live without. Thankfully there are other ways to help slow down the yellowing process and get whiter looking teeth. Professional teeth whitening is one of them.
There are a few advantages of getting your teeth professionally whitened. Here in this blog, Parkcrest Dental Group explains why it’s better to get your teeth whitening done through a dentist, and not from a box.
There’s no shame in wanting whiter teeth. But the quickest way to see the results you want is to go straight to the source. When you get your teeth professionally whitened with Parkcrest Dental Group, our dentist will provide you with treatments in the form of take-home trays. This eliminates the need for an in-office procedure and allows you to have more control over your teeth whitening process.
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With professional teeth whitening, results are noticeably quicker for two reasons:
- The gel is more powerful. The bleaching gel your dentist gives you is a higher quality than any you can find in a box store.
- The equipment is more effective. Custom trays that fit your mouth will ensure that all of your teeth are covered. Teeth whitening strips you buy at the store often slip around or out of your mouth while sleeping. Trays ensure that gel isn’t going anywhere.
Because the quality and the service is so much better when you get your teeth whitening done professionally with Parkcrest Dental Group, you’ll have to come back less. Undoubtedly it is more money up front, but in the long run you’d be paying more money going back for less effective boxed whitening strips over and over again. No matter which method you choose, however, it’s important to remember that it doesn’t last forever. Yellowing or graying of teeth is just a natural process that comes with age.
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Teeth Whitening with Parkcrest Dental Group
If you are interested in starting the process for noticeably whiter teeth, inquire today about services with Parkcrest Dental Group. We know there are a lot of factors that play into great dental care, and we are here to assist you with all of your orthodontic, cosmetic, and general dentistry needs. Contact Dr. Harrison today to get started on that dream smile.