Are your teeth duller-looking than they used to be? Maybe they’re yellow or even brown. There are many reasons why teeth lose their whiteness, but fortunately we at Modestow Family Dentistry have a solution for it. Our teeth whitening options will give you a smile that you can be proud of; one that you will feel glad to share with the world. You can either have it done here at our dental office in Northampton, or else you can choose the more convenient take-home version that we have. Either way, there is no reason for you to be dissatisfied with the color of your teeth.
You could, of course, go to nearly any supermarket or drug store and find a shelf filled with products that claim to whiten teeth. And you may get some decent results with many of them. But they could also contain abrasive ingredients that cause damage to your tooth enamel. Our dental office in Northampton wants to see you get the whiter teeth you desire without putting your teeth at risk. When you have it done here, you will notice an obvious improvement after just one session. Our take-home whitening will let you experience similar results after only a few days. The precise number of treatments depend on what color your teeth are at the beginning, and how white you would like them to be. No matter what, though, the effectiveness is undeniable. And best of all, it’s completely safe.
Personal habits are often at the center of losing teeth whiteness. Tobacco, both smokeless and smoking versions, is a major culprit. So are common beverages like red wine, cola, tea, and coffee. And even foods such as berries, soy sauce, and curry are known to stain teeth. If you take certain prescription medication (tetracycline, for example), your teeth may also be affected by discoloration. But aside from all of those reasons, there is a very natural loss of whiteness that occurs because your tooth enamel slowly wears down as you age, leaving the dentin beneath showing. And it’s just not as white. Regardless of why your teeth are discolored, our dental office in Northampton can correct it.