December is the time of year that families and friends get together before the start of the New Year, so what better reason to make sure you’re prepared for those dreaded holiday pictures? Teeth whitening may not have been the first option you considered adding to your Christmas list, but everyone could benefit from a brighter smile. Having a whiter smile is a confidence booster and makes the patient more comfortable with his or her smile, especially when a smile is worth a thousand words. You don’t want to look back on your holiday photos wishing you had whiter teeth, so allow Smith Dental to help you look your best for the New Year.
Teeth whitening from our dentist office in Tyler, Texas works in a multitude of ways. Depending on the goal of the patient, you have the option to whiten the inside and/or outside of your teeth. Whitening the outside, or Extrinsic whitening, is as simple as removing unwanted stains, but whitening the inside of your teeth involves a different process. The intrinsic whitening procedure starts off letting the tooth soak up hydrogen peroxide, usually in a gel form, which helps lift the yellow discolored feature from the inside of the tooth. By using an intensified light, Smith Dental located in Tyler, Texas can whiten your teeth in our office within 1 ½ hours. If you would like to continue whitening your teeth over a longer time period, we can send you home with whitening gel and trays that will last you for up to 2 weeks.
Capture the attention of everyone in the room with a brighter smile this holiday season. It only takes one visit to Smith Dental in Tyler, Texas to achieve the smile you deserve. Allow Smith Dental Care to help you look your best for your holiday photos and welcome in the New Year with a whiter smile.
If you are interested in professional teeth whitening, or an in-home teeth-whitening kit, contact the Tyler, TX dentists at Smith Dental Care. We can schedule a consultation where our friendly cosmetic dentists will develop a custom treatment plan to get you a dazzling smile