As we age, our teeth age with us. They pick up staining agents from common foods and beverages which ultimately leave them dull and yellowed over time. Luckily, teeth whitening solutions are available to patients interested in achieving a whiter and brighter smile. At Linton Dental, our teeth whitening solutions are designed to custom to meet your needs.
Whether you’d prefer an in-office whitening appointment or a take-home whitening kit, we can provide both to you. Our whitening solutions are designed custom to your teeth after taking dental impressions of your smile. This ensures that the bleaching product is evenly distributed over your teeth surfaces so that you get a beautiful and consistent final result.
Teeth Whitening in Peachtree, GA
Dr. Brian Linton and Dr. Ed Davis are your trusted cosmetic dentists in Peachtree, GA. They are happy to provide you with teeth whitening solutions that are designed specifically for you. You can notice a difference within one whitening-appointment at our office. If you are interested in whitening your teeth, please schedule an appointment with us. Here are some frequently asked questions regarding teeth whitening:
Should I use over-the-counter whitening solutions?
You can if you want to; however, we suggest otherwise. Over-the-counter whitening solutions are a one-size-fits-all approach to teeth whitening. Often, patients who use over-the-counter options come to us afterward because of the blotchy results from the inconsistent distribution of the bleaching product. Seeking professional teeth whitening solutions can better guarantee you will receive your ideal results.
Is teeth whitening a permanent solution to achieving a brighter smile?
No, teeth whitening is not a permanent solution. Our teeth are constantly exposed to staining agents with the foods we eat and the beverages we drink. However, you can whiten your teeth as many times as you want. Many patients may find it beneficial to schedule a teeth-whitening appointment once a year.
What can I do to help my teeth stay white at home?
Beyond brushing and flossing regularly after meals, you can avoid certain foods and beverages to help minimize your teeth’s exposure to staining agents. Beverages like soda, coffee, and tea are among the most common substances that dull the color of your smile. Additionally, berries and tomato sauces can have similar effects.