Tooth Whitening And Your Dentist

Tooth Whitening And Your Dentist

Tooth whitening has become one of the most popular dental procedures in Arizona. It seems that everyone is whitening their teeth to help their smiles look younger and brighter. Many men and women are turning to over-the-counter solutions to brighten their teeth, however, there can be disadvantages to this approach. Here is some basic advice on tooth whitening from Harris Dental: First, we encourage you to visit our office before starting a tooth whitening system. Dr. Harris at Harris Dental can help you determine whether your teeth can be whitened safely and effectively. We can also recommend tooth whitening solutions that will work best for you. There are many pitfalls to be aware of when whitening your teeth. Over-the-counter teeth whitening products will provide varying degrees of whitening. If used incorrectly, they can lead to problems including tooth sensitivity, over-whitening, damage to your tooth enamel, and uneven coloration. Whitening too much can even have a reverse effect, making your teeth look gray. Avoid Problems By Seeing Your Dentist First Most tooth whitening product manufacturers recommend that you visit your dentist if things go wrong with your tooth whitening protocol. We recommend you begin with the patient-oriented professionals at Harris Dental to prevent tooth whitening problems. Our patient-oriented is available to discuss tooth-whitening systems and check your teeth to make sure you will get the best possible tooth-whitening results. CONTACT HARRIS DENTAL: 480-428-0040 LOCATION (TAP TO OPEN IN GOOGLE MAPS): 4444 N 32 St Ste 208 Phoenix, Arizona 85018

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