In addition to straightening your damaged teeth, dental crowns and tooth bridges can be used to improve your teeth’s shape, appearance and alignment. Gaps in your smile from missing teeth can create additional dental problems. The remaining teeth can begin shifting, which results in a bad bite. Crowns and bridges can prevent this from happening…
4 Benefits of Professional Teeth Whitening
While over-the-counter teeth whitening kits may prove to be effective in some instances, the only way to ensure that the procedure is performed safely is to visit the dentist for an in-office, professional teeth whitening. By doing so, you can achieve a beautiful, healthy smile that is free of stains and discoloration.
Reasons to consider professional teeth whitening
By understanding the various benefits that professional teeth whitening offers, you can make an informed decision as to whether the procedure is right for you. The following are four reasons to consider visiting the dentist for a professional teeth whitening procedure.
Achieve a more attractive smile
The most obvious reason to choose professional teeth whitening is to simply achieve the most effective results possible. Many over-the-counter teeth whitening procedures do not work as advertised, and while visiting the dentist for routine cleanings can help prevent stains, a professional teeth whitening is often needed to ensure that your smile is as bright and white as possible. A beautiful, bright smile can help in many ways, including making one feel more attractive, making better first impressions at work and simply feeling better about oneself on a daily basis.
Improve your oral health
All too many have a misconception that professional teeth whitening is merely cosmetic and does not improve one’s oral health. While improving the appearance of one’s smile is the main purpose of in-office teeth whitening, it is not the only benefit. In fact, professional teeth whitening can help improve oral health by removing harmful stains that can otherwise cause enamel to weaken and eventually erode. Also, patients who have a smile they are proud of are often more inclined to take care of their teeth through brushing regularly, flossing when needed and using mouthwash.
Increase your self-confidence
Many who go through the process of professional teeth whitening find that they have more self-confidence throughout the day, which often helps them have better relationships, perform better at work and be more willing to attend social situations that they otherwise may be hesitant about. In other words, professional teeth whitening often improves the overall quality of life. No one should have to live with low self-esteem due to their smile, but the unfortunate reality is that many do, and professional teeth whitening can help those with low confidence feel better about themselves.
The process is safe and effective
There are take-home teeth whitening kits your dentist may recommend that are both safe and effective, but the only way to ensure the procedure is done appropriately without causing oral health complications is to visit the dentist for in-office professional teeth whitening. Many over-the-counter kits can cause increased tooth sensitivity, damage enamel or just may not be effective. On the other hand, your dentist knows exactly how to perform professional teeth whitening in a manner that does not cause any tooth sensitivity and ensures that the shade of the teeth are whitened and stains removed.
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