Posted on 7/15/2019 by Dr. David Wanserski
|Teeth change shades of color every day. Due to this, it is important that you think of ways that you can change the shades of your teeth when the color is less than white. When this happens, you will not be able to give your best smile because you might not feel like your best self. There are ways to fix the issue you're faced with, though.
Whitening Teeth Starts with a Call to Us
No matter what left your teeth stained, fixing it begins when you call our office. We will examine your mouth, clean your teeth, and see what's left. From there, we can figure out which method of whitening will work best for you.
Alternatives for Covering Stained Teeth
Veneers work to cover up imperfections in the teeth, such as stains. When you want a smile that stands out then you can ensure that veneers work to do just that. They are put on by scraping off the enamel on the outside of your tooth, placing the porcelain veneer on the outside over the tooth, and covering up the tooth.
Crowns can also help to cover up stained areas. This is done when the tooth with the staining is far too damaged to be filled. The crown covers the tooth and protects it.
Give our office a call if you find that the stains on your teeth are becoming too much. If this is the case, we can work with you to find the best treatment plan that can whiten and brighten your smile in no time at all.
Allow us to handle everything from start to finish. Give us a call today to learn more about the whitening options we provide here in our office. We would be more than happy to have you come in for a consult.
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