Wishing for a whiter smile but not sure how to get it? New to tooth whitening lingo?
At Steven T. Cutbirth DDS, we educate patients on the variety of teeth whitening treatments; from whitening trays to teeth bleaching to opalescence whitening. We do smile bleaching every day.
Toothpaste Can’t Erase All Stains
Almost every toothpaste claims to lighten teeth, but as we age our teeth gradually turn yellow or gray, despite all the whitening toothpaste we use frequently. Tooth enamel, while one of the most durable substances in the body, is porous. Over time, the food and drinks that come in contact with our teeth lead to staining and discoloration. You probably have already observed that a toothbrush cannot clean these microscopic pores.
Carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide are the two main smile whitening agents. They can penetrate the outer layer of your teeth to remove the build-up and help restore the initial color.
Call Steven T. Cutbirth DDS at 254-772-5420 to schedule an appointment and we will explain the difference between these tooth bleaching ingredients and how they may influence your smile whitening results.
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