Can Teeth Whitening Get Rid of Most Types of Staining?

Posted on: February 5, 2019

As time goes on it is normal that a person's teeth will become stained. From eating and drinking different things that stain teeth to some lifestyle choices such as using tobacco products, these can slowly over time cause severe staining to the teeth. Although many people believe that if they continue having a good oral hygiene routine they can avoid staining, this is not always true. It takes discipline to avoid staining as well as to rid of it too. 

Eventually, people will begin wanting to look at ways that they can get rid of these stains. The entire goal is to have nice bright white teeth again. And with the teeth whitening technology that a dentist's office has, this can be obtained very easily.

What stains can teeth whitening clear?

When teeth become stained it is because the dentin of the teeth has become stained. The dentin is the layer just below the enamel of the teeth. Because the stain is located below the enamel, it will take more than just using a whitening toothpaste or mouthwash to help to clean the stain.

When it comes to removing stains there is really only one choice that will truly get the teeth white again. Having a professional teeth whitening treatment done is the best and only way to do this.

However, it is important to remember that with teeth whitening becoming so popular, there are many companies that are claiming that their products can do amazing things, that may not always be true. Talking to a dentist about getting the teeth whitened is the best thing for someone to do.

Having realistic expectations

Even though the technology for whitening teeth has become more and more advanced, there should always be realistic goals before someone gets their teeth whitened. By talking with a dentist about these goals, they can help guide someone in knowing what to expect and how long it will take.

Teeth whitening is one of the best ways to get a smile that one is proud of and a dentist will be happy to help achieve those goals. Talking openly and honestly is the first step to ensure that one will get those amazing results that everyone wants.

Have more questions about getting rid of teeth stains through teeth whitening?

When you are looking for information about teeth whitening it can be confusing. There are many brands and products that make statements and claims that may not be correct. Although there are good products that can help with the process, having professional teeth whitening can be one of the best choices that someone makes.

Give our office a call and we can help in guiding you to make the best decisions for your teeth and whitening goals and guide you to have the best smile you have desires. Call us today and we will begin the journey with you of getting bright white teeth!

Request an appointment here: or call Affordable Aesthetic Dentistry at (610) 596-4008 for an appointment in our Easton office.

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