Don’t Settle for a Dull Smile

Dentists and patients have grown incredibly fixated on San Antonio teeth whitening over the last decade or so. Movie and TV stars flash those pearly whites all over the place in public and we want our teeth to look just as brilliant as theirs. The good news is that it is indeed possible and far more affordable than it once was. It used to be that only the rich could have professional procedures performed to have their teeth whitened to a point of shining brilliance.

The most important thing for patients is to go in with realistic expectations, though. It falls on us here at Cosmetic Dental Associates to carefully examine your teeth and the unique needs they have when it comes to whitening. Smoking, drinking dark beverages, eating certain foods and other factors can contribute to a smile that is more yellow in appearance than you’d like it to be. Ultimately, though, it all comes down to the enamel on your teeth wearing down and the naturally yellow dentin beneath showing through.

In order to combat this, we offer either an in-office procedure or a take-home one. Either way we work with patients in the San Antonio area to give them an accurate picture of what to expect when the teeth whitening procedure is performed by our team of talented dental professionals. It’s also important to come to grips with how many visits it will take to achieve the desired effect, and we strive to provide everyone with the most accurate information on that front.

Come see us soon for a consultation if you’re interested in a safe and effective teeth whitening procedure.

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