When you look in the mirror, are you happy with how white your teeth are? If not, you’re not alone because teeth whitening has become very popular these days and at the office of Sevak Abrahamian, DDS, LLC, we see no reason for you to be dissatisfied with the way your teeth look. Not when you can take advantage of our teeth whitening in Wilmington MA done by our cosmetic dentist.
Not everyone’s teeth become discolored for the same reason, nor does the discoloration take on the same shade for everyone. Age is one reason that affects everyone. Your tooth enamel naturally wears away as you get older, revealing the darker material that is underneath. Foods and beverages, including curry, berries, and soy sauce as well as such staples as red wine, coffee, and tea can all lead to yellow, brown, or orange discoloration of your teeth. Luckily, such stains typically respond very well to our teeth whitening in Wilmington MA. Smoking of the results of tetracycline use, for example, can cause grayish stains. Those too can be improved, but you won’t see results that are quite as impressive. Is the process good for everyone? Well, pretty much. But if your teeth are sensitive, your enamel is worn down, or you have gum disease, it may not be a good idea. You can discuss your concerns with our cosmetic dentist.
Our teeth whitening in Wilmington MA is done right here in our office, which is recommended by our cosmetic dentist. The success rate for the process is about 90%, so you can feel confident that you are likely to get the outcome that you desire. You’ll probably notice a significant difference after just one session, but the number of sessions required will vary depending on how discolored your teeth are at the start, the type of discoloration, and how white you want to get them. But the best news of all is that it’s not only effective, but safe. You can expect your whiter teeth to last you for as long as five years before you need any re-treatment. So don’t let even one more day pass by. Call us right now and schedule a whitening session.