Ace Dental

27 July 2018

Don’t let discoloured teeth get you down

Back in the old days, if people had unsightly teeth, they had to grin and bear it. But in the 21st century, there is no reason why anyone should have to feel down about the appearance of their teeth. With modern technologies, dental practices can fix most problems or insecurities you have about your teeth, including stained teeth.

In Camden, teeth whitening is an appealing solution for those who want to feel confident and smart for a business interview or get ready for a special event like a wedding or graduation. Or maybe you just want to start feeling more like yourself and smiling confidently again. Here at Ace Dental, we have the means to get you smiling and speaking without feeling self-conscious about your teeth.

How do teeth get stained?

No one has naturally perfectly straight white teeth. Like the rest of our bodies, our teeth are constantly changing. After so many cups of coffees, glasses of red wine, and certain foods, they are likely to show signs of wear. While it’s true that good oral hygiene will prevent your teeth from being too stained, your enamel will naturally wear away as you age.

Other reasons that may lead people to go for teeth whitening in Camden may be stained teeth caused by factors which aren’t directly tooth-related, such as some diseases, certain medications like antihistamines or antipsychotic drugs, or genetics.

Whatever the cause, we can help to lighten the teeth to help you feel better about your smile. Whether that’s a drastic change, or just one or two shades whiter.

What’s involved in the treatment?

While people have busy lives in Camden, teeth whitening doesn’t have to be time consuming. You can have your desired goal in just one visit to Ace Dental.

We offer two types of treatment:

  • Power whitening: Completed by applying a hydrogen peroxide gel to the teeth, which is activated by placing a lamp over the teeth, and sees results in roughly an hour and a half;
  • At home-whitening: Trays are worn for some of the day or night, gently whitening the teeth over several days.

Your dentist will assess the type of staining you have and recommend the best option for you.

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