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Teeth Whitening in Memphis

Memphis Cosmetic Dentistry

In addition to the dedication that we at Dove Family Dentistry demonstrate when it comes to the health and strength of your teeth, we are also pleased to provide you with the benefits of our Memphis cosmetic dentistry. One of the key aspects of this is teeth whitening, a very popular subject these days, as there have never been more options available for doing so. But not all of them are equally good. Beware of over-the-counter products, many of which can either be disappointing in their results or contain harsh ingredients that actually damage your precious tooth enamel. Instead, let our cosmetic dentist give you all the tools you need to do it at home, simply, safely, and effectively.

The process is very easy and you will find it simple, especially after we give you all the information you need right here. Our cosmetic dentist will take impressions so that custom-made trays can be created for you. It is these trays that you will take home and wear in the evenings (or whenever is most convenient for you). In some cases, you may wear them overnight instead, which will give the solution more time to do its work. In just two to three weeks of wearing your trays for only two to three hours per night, you will notice an impressive improvement in how white your teeth are. When you consider all of the obstacles that stand in the way of keeping your teeth as white as you would like, it is a relief and a joy to know that our Memphis cosmetic dentistry can give you the smile that you’ve been wanting.

Beverages such as coffee, tea, red wine, and cola; foods including curry, soy sauce, and berries; and probably the biggest teeth stainer of them all, tobacco, are all culprits in the discoloration of your teeth. Schedule an appointment for our Memphis cosmetic dentistry to counteract those effects and enjoy a whiter smile once more.

Call our Memphis, Jackson, Oakland or Bartlett dental offices to make an appointment with a dentist who may be able to help you find out more about this topic, and improve your oral health.

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