One Low Wedding Fee: Teeth Whitening

Wedding season is on the way, and spring is the time to get the last minute check-ups and details all in order before the wedding. Planning the wedding is always the stressful part of the event itself from getting the venue, catering, flowers, the perfect wedding dress, photographer, just to name a few. The list is endless, and at the end of the day, you want to look your best for your spouse-to-be.

Part of looking your best is, having the right dress, the right hairdo, the proper accessories, and shoes. We tend to fixate on every little detail, and we want to look great, confident and smiling. We want to have photos that show us this and our smile is one of the details we tend to focus on.

Besides having the great smile, we want to have glossy-white teeth. And at The Center of Dental Professionals, we want to help you make this possible! But before you can start treatment for whitening your teeth, we want to ensure you take these steps to get the teeth you want and that they’re healthy.

1. Make an appointment with your dentist. You want to consult with your dentist first. You want to make sure your teeth are healthy before starting an intensive treatment on your teeth as it can damage your enamel if they are not healthy.

There are preparation steps that need to be taken for your safety such as evaluating and diagnosing your oral health. If dental problems are present, there will be a need to treat them before starting the process of whitening your teeth. During this visit, your dentist can advise you whether you’re eligible to whiten your teeth and what different options are both safe and effective.

If your teeth are not healthy, don’t get your teeth whitened. Don’t go home and try to whiten your teeth if your dentist didn’t do it. You will only be extending the damage of your teeth to further pain and dental problems like discoloration of teeth and losing teeth.

2. Let’s begin your treatment. Once you have had a full evaluation and diagnosis of your teeth and have been cleared, then consult with your dentist to see what treatment is right for your teeth. Even though your teeth are healthy, you want to make sure your teeth aren’t receiving an intense treatment that can damage your healthy teeth. There are various options to choose from such tray whitening to whitening strips to bleaching systems.    

During this process, you might experience discomfort, sensitive teeth and possibly irritation in your gums.

3. After treatment, it is important to maintain good oral hygiene. Just because you whiten your teeth does not mean your teeth are clean or healthy. On the contrary, after you’ve gone through the treatment, your teeth’s enamel will have become weaker. This means caring for your teeth is essential. Brushing twice a day and flossing is critical to protecting your teeth from cavity-causing bacteria, acid production caused by sugars in our mouth, and to help maintain your white teeth.

Just because your teeth have been whitened does not mean that they will remain white. Your teeth are now vulnerable so what you eat and drink can cause them to stain. There are foods and beverages you might want to restrain from having.

Foods such as

  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Soda
  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Pomegranate
  • Red Wine

At The Center of Dental Professionals, we want to help you have the smile you want to see! Which is why our office is offering you a deal you can’t refuse.

If you’re a bride, you can get our one time offer of $149 up until June 30, 2018. Please note you will need to present a wedding announcement or documentation verifying your wedding date to get our offer.

Remember, whitening your teeth takes time to ensure your safety and teeth’s health. So, if you are interested in whitening your teeth, book an appointment with us today by calling  801-505-7125 to consult with our dentist.

*NOTE: Consultation and other dental treatment is not included in the offer.*

 

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