Despite what you may think, cosmetic dentistry isn’t just for the super wealthy, Hollywood A-Listers. A whiter, brighter, more beautiful smile is well within your reach!
We’re not talking about DIY remedies or OTC teeth whitening kits. What we’re talking about are the teeth whitening options available to you at Cosmetic Dental Associates in San Antonio, TX.
Our experienced team is led by Dr. Moore, a well-respected expert in cosmetic dentistry. He’s a leader in the field who prides himself on continuing his education in order to provide our patients with the latest in high quality dental care.
Thanks to our highly trained team of professionals, we’re able to you offer some of the most effective and safe teeth whitening treatments available. Today, we’re talking about those treatment options and why you should trust us when you’re ready to enhance your smile and improve the quality of your life.
Whiter Smile Woes
If you’re like most people, at some point, you’ve probably thought about how great it would be if your teeth were just a little bit whiter. Perhaps you took it a step further and tried some at-home remedies like baking soda or used the more expensive toothpastes that claim to contain ultra-powerful whitening agents.
How did those methods work out for you?
If you were less than thrilled with the results, you may have gone one step further and purchased OTC (over-the-counter) teeth whitening kits at your local drugstore. Maybe these strips or tray and gel treatments were a little more effective in giving you a brighter smile.
But how dramatic were the results? How long did you get to enjoy a whiter smile using these types of products? We’re guessing probably not all that dramatic and probably not for very long.
The truth is that stains and discoloration on your teeth happen to the best of us. Let’s be fair. It’s not as if you wake up in the morning and grind charcoal into your teeth. You’re a human being! And sometimes human beings need that morning cup of coffee or that occasional glass of red wine with dinner. These aren’t crimes, and your smile shouldn’t have to bear the punishment.
But in order to maintain a whiter smile over the long term, you simply can’t rely on DIY or OTC methods. They might be a short term fix, but they can’t give you the lasting, dramatic results you really want.
You also can’t always know for sure if what you’re using is completely safe. The bleaching agents in some whitening products, if applied incorrectly or in the wrong amounts, could lead to tooth sensitivity or cause harm to your gums and tooth enamel.
The only way to achieve a brighter, more lasting white smile is to trust a professional, one who has the skill, knowledge, experience, and equipment necessary to offer effective, safe treatment.
That’s what you’ll find at Cosmetic Dental Associates. We offer the latest in dental technology in order to provide our patients with the best options out there. Here are the ways we can help you achieve a bright, confident smile:
Permanent Teeth Whitening
This option is the dental veneer of teeth whitening. A thin shell bonds to the tooth for a smile that will last for years! You’d be amazed at how natural this looks. People will notice your dazzling smile but probably won’t even be able to tell that you’ve had work done!
Sapphire Light Teeth Whitening
This is an in-house treatment that allows us to whiten your teeth quickly and effectively. We have found this state-of-the-art method to render more dramatic results for our patients than other lights used in the field today.
Professional Teeth Whitening For Sale
We sell professional-grade whitening kits you can use in the comfort of your own home that have been approved by the ADA and proven more effective than the drugstore brands you’ve tried in the past.
Do you want a more attractive smile without having to go through extensive cosmetic procedures? Would you like to feel more confident when you pose for pictures, talk to clients at work, or when you’re enjoying a night out with friends and meeting new people? Are you ready to say so long to the stains on your teeth?