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Teeth Whitening
Muscle Shoals, AL



People nowadays are starting to investigate the concept of enhancing their smiles through dental procedures such as tooth whitening.

Cosmetic dentistry has been increasingly fashionable in recent years.

The technique of lightening and whitening your teeth is not very difficult. However, when done by a dentist near you, the effects are considerably better and more effective than when you whiten your teeth on your own.

As part of our cosmetic dentistry services, Singing River Dentistry provides in-office teeth whitening in Muscle Shoals, AL.


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What Is Professional Teeth Whitening?



Bleaching the enamel of the teeth to brighten and whiten their look is part of the professional teeth whitening technique. Bleaching is done by our dentists and our team at our Muscle Shoals dental clinic.

Many individuals nowadays are seeking various methods to whiten their teeth at home. While such treatments may be useful, teeth whitening done properly by a dental specialist is unparalleled in its efficacy.

Professional teeth whitening treatments use 15% to 40% bleach, whereas over-the-counter teeth whitening products contain 10% to 20% bleach. Our dentists will determine which concentration is ideal for your teeth.



What Happens During Professional Teeth Whitening?



Professional teeth whitening consists of cleaning, bleaching, and rinsing.

To eliminate plaque and loose food particles from your teeth, you brush and floss them with a soft toothbrush during a dental cleaning. You will be able to totally erase the discoloration of your teeth caused by poor dental hygiene by doing so before the bleaching procedure begins.

You should be able to see an improvement in the color of your teeth at this stage. Dental bleaches are used to whiten teeth, and they function by employing hydrogen peroxide as the active ingredient. The whitening chemicals include a greater concentration of hydrogen peroxide than many types of toothpaste and other over-the-counter whitening solutions.

Whitening chemicals are often given to your teeth in the form of pastes or gels.

After that, your dentist will leave the bleach on your teeth for a set period.

Your dentist will use lasers or ultraviolet light to activate the whitening chemicals. Therefore, hydrogen peroxide will enter deeper into your teeth and dissolve the stains faster.

The bleaching technique may be repeated multiple times by a dentist. Patients with very stubborn stains usually experience this. Rinsing your teeth thoroughly after bleaching is necessary to remove all bleaching agents.



What Causes Tooth Discoloration



Before and after photo of teeth whitening treatment at Singing River Dentistry in Muscle Shoals, AL How do you keep your teeth white after getting them professionally whitened and cleaned? By avoiding what discolored them in the first place.

Your teeth can get discolored for many different reasons:

•  The most common is not keeping good dental hygiene habits up at home. That means if you want to keep your teeth white, you have to brush and floss them regularly.

•  Another major cause of tooth discoloration is tobacco use. Both smoking and chewing tobacco can yellow or darken the color of your teeth.

•  Your diet also plays a role as certain types of coffees, soft drinks, wines, and other alcoholic beverages can have an impact on the color of your smile.

•  Tooth discoloration can also be caused by disease, or disease treatment methods such as chemotherapy, advancing age, genetics, and even your environment.

Make sure you share your complete medical and family history with us when you are discussing teeth whitening procedures.



At Home Whitening Treatments



Over-the-counter teeth whitening products can be purchased to help brighten the color of your smile if you self-prescribe them.

After a while, you might be able to see results from such treatments, but professional teeth whitening is the most effective. It is safer, faster, more effective, and longer lasting to have your teeth professionally whitened than to do it yourself.



Schedule Teeth Whitening with Your Muscle Shoals Dentist Today!



Call us at 256-712-3186 today so we can get you scheduled for an appointment. At Singing River Dentistry, we know how important having confidence in your own smile is and we want to make sure you are taking advantage of all the options and services we provide.


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