Twice daily brushing and flossing combined with regular dental examinations and professional cleanings are the essential elements necessary for a healthy mouth. However, the use of tobacco products, staining foods and drinks, certain medications, age or other factors may stain, dull the whiteness and brightness of your naturally beautiful smile. If you have been considering Plainville teeth whitening, we welcome new patients to Advanced Dental Care for an initial consultation to discuss your smile goals and available options. The first step is for you to schedule a convenient appointment with the assistance of our personable and knowledgeable professional staff.
During your first appointment at Advanced Dental Care for Plainville teeth whitening, our cosmetic dentist will first examine your teeth to ensure they are healthy as well as confirm that you are a perfect candidate to receive a teeth whitening service. Next, we encourage you to share your thoughts regarding the end result you would like to achieve. New patients frequently inquire about the possibility of tooth sensitivity and we will happily address this topic. Our extensively experienced and well qualified professional staff will then be able to provide detailed instructions and information regarding the method used to lighten and whiten your teeth as well as the anticipated level of whiteness you are likely to accomplish. Once your treatment is complete, you may find it irresistible to smile and show off your newly lighter and brighter smile.
Common concerns following a professional Plainville teeth whitening treatment by Advance Dental Care include questions regarding how long the results will last. Depending on your diet, lifestyle habits and the factors which contributed to needing your teeth whitened, many patients have reported the average length of time they enjoyed their whiter smile was approximately one year. Abstaining from the use of tobacco products as well as consuming known stain causing items such as caffeine drinks or red wine will also prolong your results. We also encourage continued stringent home oral care practices combined with regular dental examinations as whiter teeth does not protect you from gum disease or other critical dental health care needs.