We want to help our Tucson, AZ, patients start 2019 with a gorgeous smile. If you have discoloration, then please talk to us about our cosmetic solutions. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk in depth about our at-home teeth whitening system, which can brighten smiles by several shades!
The At-Home Teeth Whitening System
How do we brighten smiles from home? First, we create a custom-made set of trays in our office. We then send you home with the trays and a powerful bleaching gel. At home, you will fill the trays with gel and wear them for between 30 and 45 minutes each day. The trays will fit comfortably as the gel breaks up discoloration. Over the course of a week to ten days, your smile could be brightened by several shades! You then keep the trays and any remaining gel for touch ups as needed.
After your treatment, you’ll likely want to keep your smile bright. Fortunately, a few changes to your daily routine could help your new results last much longer. First, try to cut back on drinks with dark pigments, such as coffee, soda, tea, and red wine. You should also avoid foods and drinks high in sugar, as these promote plaque buildup and make stains more visible. Be sure you brush your teeth twice daily and floss every night before bed. Finally, see us every six months for a cleaning which removes plaque from the teeth completely.
Our In-Office Option
If you need a brighter smile in a short amount of time, then you may benefit from our in-office option. We apply a bleaching gel to the teeth and activate it using a curing light. In a single visit, we help breakup and remove surface discoloration! If you have questions about either of our whitening options, then contact our team today.
Do You Want a Brighter Smile?
Let’s start the new year with a much brighter smile. For more information, schedule a consultation with your dentist by calling Dr. Newman’s office in Tucson, AZ, today at 520-296-5439. We’re conveniently located inside the Colonial Verde Dental building, and proudly welcome the residents of all surrounding communities.