Teeth can get easily stained and discolored with a morning coffee or a glass of red wine in the late evening. The discolored teeth doesn’t look attractive and dull your smile, which can lead to lower self-esteem. Thankfully, there are solutions for whitening your teeth and what’s more? Both these methods provide pristine teeth for a beautiful smile. Patients can opt for a take-home whitening kit or can have an in-office treatment using the Spa Dent Teeth Whitening system- offered at Aims Dentistry.
Teeth whitening home kit is a simple and effective method for whitening your teeth. Some kits involve wearing a whitening strip on the teeth while some have custom-fit trays that have special whitening gel. There are several steps involved using the custom-fit trays: As these are custom-made so the whitening solution isn’t wasted, you’ll have to give an impression of your upper and lower teeth. These impressions are sent to a specialty lab to make the trays. This can take anywhere from one to two weeks.
The Spa Dent whitening system uses modern LED light technology with gel to eliminate stains. How does the Spa Dent whitening system? The LED light activates the gel, which is places in the mouth trays and provides powerful whitening cellular stimulation. Hydroxyl radicals penetrate the tooth enamel without damaging it and break down stains into smaller particles. The process delivers optimum results and is pretty straightforward:
The Spa Dent Teeth Whitening Treatment guarantees to effectively whiten your teeth by two to ten full shades. This is safer than any other teeth whitening treatment and achieves a better result in a fraction of the time. Our dentist can help you decide the best method for teeth whitening for you. Avoid stain-causing foods or beverages and smoking following the treatment. For lasting results, it is recommended to go for frequent dental cleaning.
Artificial sugar and acid present in fizzy drinks can damage your teeth’ enamel and cause dark stains on the teeth’ surface. Other than that Coffee, Red wine, some starchy foods such as pasta or potatoes can create conditions that cause staining.