Teeth Whitening (Bleaching)

Does whitening my teeth really destroy the enamel?

No. Over time our teeth change colors. The enamel (which is the outer and whiter layer of our teeth) becomes thinner and the dentin (the inner and more yellow layer) becomes more visible. That plus the fact that the enamel has many pores to pick up stains (especially from tea, coffee, and red wine) are some of the reasons why our teeth become darker. What whitening does, is break up the stains into smaller pieces making the stains less noticeable and your teeth brighter. It does not destroy your enamel or your teeth.

We believe that everyone should have the brightest smile they want! That is why we offer our “Whitening for Life” program. Its very simple. For $150 our patients get custom formed trays and the entire whitening kit. Then, as long as patients keep their recommended recare visits, we will provide touch-up whitening gel for free for life!

If you are interested in our “Whitening for Life” program or just have questions about whitening in general, call our office at 410-692-6132 today!

What are my options for changing how my teeth look?

in dentistry today there are a number of ways to change the color, shape, and length of teeth to give you the smile you want. Whether it is simple bleaching to get rid of staining to veneers or crowns to give you a smile makeover, we cater to our patients wants and needs to get them the smile they deserve.

If you have questions about how to change your teeth call us today at 401-692-6132.