Teeth Whitening in Wilmington

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Teeth Whitening in Wilmington

Teeth Whitening in Wilmington

Whiter and brighter teeth are something that everyone wants and you can achieve that with our dentists at Sevak Abrahamian, DDS, LLC. We offer options that are designed to promote safe, quick, and effective tooth whitening. Unlike over the counter products, some of which may have a minimal positive impact while others can actually cause damage to your teeth, you’ll be able to get undeniably impressive results. Don’t settle for any less than our teeth whitening in Wilmington.

With our in-office teeth bleaching, you’ll notice the difference after just a single treatment. Whether one session or multiple sessions are required will depend on just how stained or discolored your teeth are right now as well as how much whiter you would like them to be. But even if your teeth have become yellowed or even brown, our teeth whitening in Wilmington will work for you and give you an outcome that you’ll be happy with. The only possible exception is if your discoloration has occurred due to taking the antibiotic tetracycline. If so, you should discuss that with your dentist to see if you will be able to benefit.

If your busy schedule doesn’t make it easy for you to come in to our office or you simply prefer the convenience of doing your whitening when it’s most comfortable for you, your at-home teeth bleaching might be the perfect choice for you. While not quite as strong as the in-office version, you will still experience a significant improvement thanks to our teeth whitening in Wilmington after only a few days.

What are the reasons why your teeth become stained in the first place? It could be due to tobacco use, either smoking or smokeless versions. The foods you eat and the beverages you drink are also common culprits. For example, berries and soy sauce; and red wine, tea, and coffee. Plus, as you age, your enamel naturally wears down to reveal the duller tissue underneath. So your teeth become less white as you get older. But that doesn’t mean they have to stay that way. Our teeth whitening in Wilmington can make all the difference. Call us today and schedule an appointment.

230 Lowell Street
Wilmington, MA 01887
(978) 877-4330