Tooth Whitening

A healthy smile doesn’t always guarantee a bright, white smile. All of our teeth generally become darker and discolored as we age. You can safely and effectively get that bright, white smile you’ve always wanted by way of customized smile whitening which we offer. Here are just a few of the kinds of discolorations cosmetic whitening may get rid of:

  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Tobacco
  • Foods
  • Tartar

In just a single appointment at Dental Corner you could have a brighter, younger looking smile once again.

Smile whitening is a process where surface and internal stains are actually taken away from your teeth. Removal of the surface discolorations starts with having your teeth deeply cleaned and polished in the office located in Kansas City. Then, peroxide gels are put on your teeth both at the office as well as at your home utilizing custom molded trays which we create for you. The gel moves through the tooth surface and into the inner layers of your teeth releasing oxygen that removes the stains.

Yellow, brown and orange hued stains are usually most easily lightened, particularly if they have developed with time. Gray and blue hued stains tend to be much more challenging to reduce as is substantial tetracycline discoloration. Tetracycline was an antibiotic that, when given to children while their permanent teeth were developing, can cause discoloration of those teeth during adulthood. We provide numerous solutions in teeth lightening, all of which are fast and effective, non-invasive techniques bound to enhance your confidence and self esteem and give you a great smile. Soon after talking about your goals and expectations, Dr. Motaref can suggest the whitening strategy which is good for your teeth, your schedule and your budget.

It is vital that you remember that whitening agents merely have an effect on actual tooth structure (tooth enamel, root surface and its underlying layer known as “dentin”). Any kind of restorative materials (fillings, porcelain veneers or crowns) you might have in or over your teeth aren’t going to be whitened, which means that soon after your bleaching is finished, any kind of restorations not the same shade as your brand new, whiter smile should get replaced.

A lot of over-the-counter smile whitening solutions are available at your local retailer. But, only the doctor can give you a prescription-grade whitening product which offers consistent, comfortable and long-lasting final results.