Pearly Whites Not So White Anymore?
If your pearly whites aren't so pearly or white due to years of nicotine, caffeine, and dark beverages; you are not alone. Millions of Americans suffer from yellowing or stained teeth. However, at Dental Healing Arts, we offer the most advanced and safe solutions in teeth whitening procedures. You can choose our in-office Zoom! Whitening or highly-effective custom take-home trays and teeth whitening gels. Both of these systems are able to turn back the clock and reveal a brighter, whiter, pearlier and more youthful smile.
Today, our safe, popular and effective teeth whitening treatments are giving growing number of people more reasons to smile. The color of your teeth can affect you emotionally, socially, and even professionally. Simply put, those who smile more are considered to be warmer, more inviting, and even beautiful. A professional teeth whitening treatment at the Jupiter office of Dental Healing Arts will boost your self esteem and give you more reasons to smile than you can count.
Why Do Teeth Change Colors?
There are several reasons teeth change color. These are a few of the most common reasons teeth change color:
- Beverages and chemicals in food
- Signs of aging
- Medicines, such as tetracycline or iron containing liquid supplements
- Old dental work
- Excessive fluoride
Although most people think of tooth enamel as white, an unstained and natural tooth can range anywhere from pearly white to bluish gray to pale yellow. Even if you floss and brush daily, stains will tarnish your illustrious smile and hamper your confidence.