You Only Get One Smile To Make a Great First Impression – Teeth Whitening Provides An Amazing Smile!
- We offer the best teeth whitening methods in the Gloucester MA area
- Tooth whitening is an affordable method to make your teeth look great fast
- Professional whitening typically far outperforms home whitening solution
- There are many different types of whitening solutions to choose from, Dr. Lipkowitz will guide you through your options
- Let a 5-Star Rated dentist give you the best looking white teeth at a fraction of the cost of other cosmetic dental procedures
Visit Our Dentist for a Professional Teeth-whitening Procedure
If you have ugly stained teeth, then you don’t need to cover your mouth always to hide the discolorations from foods, tobacco, or medications. Our dentist offers a high-quality teeth-whitening procedure that won’t harm your sensitive gums or the enamel on your teeth. The store-bought teeth-whitening products are ineffective for several reasons, including having generic plastic trays that don’t fit properly. Also, the gels in ready-made whitening kits are often dangerous, leading to bleeding gums or an upset stomach. If you use whitening strips, then the discolorations are eliminated unevenly, making your teeth look worse than before. However, one of the worst things about using home teeth-whitening kits is that you can damage your dental restorations, including veneers and dental crowns.
Our Dentist Will Examine Your Teeth to Find Problems
To have the best teeth-whitening process, we recommend scheduling an appointment with our dentist at your convenience. Our dentist will examine your teeth along with collecting X-rays to determine if your gums and teeth are healthy enough for the whitening process. If you have cavities in your teeth or gingivitis of the gums, then our dentist can treat these problems before whitening your teeth. In most cases, you can undergo a teeth-whitening procedure the same day, and in only a few hours, you will have a brilliant smile that can increase your self-esteem.
You Should Have Your Teeth Cleaned First
Our dentist will clean your teeth before the whitening process begins to remove any plaque that has developed near the gums or between the teeth. This cleaning will ensure that the whitening chemicals can reach the dental enamel underneath the hardened plaque. It also makes it easier for our dentist to see other dental problems such as pockets around the gums or exposed dental roots.
We, Will, Protect Your Dental Restorations
Your teeth may have stains from the natural aging process, or perhaps, you smoke cigarettes or drink red wine. Some medications can also discolor your dental enamel, or you may drink hard water that contains iron and other sediments that are causing the stains on your teeth. Whatever the reason for having dental stains, our dentist can protect your restorations and gums before whitening your teeth. We can cover repairs with plastic devices or protective substances, and our dentist can use safer methods to whiten crowns or veneers.
Teeth Whitening Is a Fast Process
There are multiple ways for our dentist to whiten your teeth such as making customized trays to hold the bleaching gel in place, but it is also possible to have a substance applied to your teeth with a brush. This active hydrogen peroxide substance will react with water when it is injected into your mouth. The bubbling that occurs from the combination of water and hydrogen peroxide will lift the stains from all of the surfaces of your teeth, including the tiny spaces between the teeth. By using cold laser light, the hydrogen peroxide reaction is faster, so you can have your teeth whitened in a shorter amount of time.
Visit Our Dental Office for Routine Examinations
After you rinse your mouth, you will notice that your teeth are whiter, but you must follow our dentist’s recommendations to avoid discoloring your teeth again. By avoiding any bad habits along with using whitening toothpaste while brushing and flossing at least once a day, you can keep your teeth whiter. Also, if you visit our dentist every six months, then you can have a professional cleaning that will keep your teeth healthier.