Are you living with a dull, yellow smile? If so, you are not alone. Tooth discolouration is a common complaint and as you age your teeth will begin to darken. However, there are also several factors that influence the colour of your teeth, such as poor oral hygiene.
To whiten your smile, you have probably tried several over-the-counter whitening products only to discover that they are ineffective. These products do not contain professional-grade whitening agents. The only way to restore your white smile is with professional teeth whitening in Camden. Our cosmetic dentists at Ace Dental, will examine your teeth thoroughly and help you decide which whitening treatment is right for you.
Depending on your individual needs, you can choose from our own Ace Whitening brand, as well as teeth whitening with Zoom or Enlighten technology. All of these products are safe and offer great results without discomfort.
What causes my teeth to become yellow?
As we grow older, our teeth tend to darken naturally. This is because the tooth enamel thins down exposing the inner part of our teeth. Moreover, certain foods, beverages, medications and habits can contribute to discoloured teeth. Yellow and discoloured teeth may also be the result of genetics as well as bad oral hygiene and smoking. Luckily, with professional teeth whitening in Camden it is possible to erase years of stains, and sustain those results for many years with proper maintenance.
Discover the benefits of professional teeth whitening
A professional whitening will not only help improve your smile, but will also improve your overall appearance. A beautiful smile is often one of the first things people notice about you. Teeth whitening can also increase your self-confidence and self-esteem. Furthermore, whitening is a simple procedure that has very few risks. Your teeth may be a little sensitive after your treatment, but that will disappear within a few days.
Is teeth whitening painful?
Teeth whitening in Camden is not painful at all and chances are that you will not feel anything during your treatment. Your teeth may be sensitive to hot or cold after your treatment for a few days, but a fluoride toothpaste will make it go away.Back to Blog