Teeth Whitening in Carlsbad, CA
Cosmetic dental procedures are something our clients ask us about at Smiles for Health in Carlsbad. Arguably the most popular of these is teeth whitening. Everyone wants a brighter smile, and rightly so. The tools are available to brighten people’s teeth, so why shouldn’t they take advantage of them?
Teeth whitening isn’t a luxury. Sometimes it can make a huge difference in a person’s life. Being self-conscious about one’s smile can drastically affect their lives. With a brighter and more confident smile, you can conquer anything, and at Smiles for Health, your wellbeing is our priority.
Teeth whitening can be done at home. There are rinses and toothpaste with high concentrations of fluoride or bleaching agents that can help you whiten your teeth on your own. They’re usually easy to use, but results might be slower than when whitening is done at the dentist.
If you decide to whiten your teeth at home, we recommend you visit us for an assessment first. After examining your mouth, we can give you advice on how to best whiten your teeth. We’ll also give you instructions on how to not damage them in the process. Too much of these bleaching agents aren’t good for dental health.
Those who want faster results can visit us for in-office whitening. We’ll also examine your oral cavity before we begin. You have two options for in-office whitening. We can start whitening your teeth here then give you instructions on things to do at home, or we can do it all in a single sitting.
We offer our patients both Philips®️ ZOOM! and Sinsational Smile®️ teeth whitening.
Whitening your teeth in a single sitting is fast and effective, but can be associated with increased teeth sensitivity. If you have an important event or meeting to attend this week, then sure we can whiten your teeth in about an hour or so. People who aren’t in a hurry, we recommend that you take the lengthier process to whiten your teeth.
A brighter smile can lead to a brighter life. You can choose to whiten your teeth at home or the dentist’s office, but either way, get professional advice first for the best results.