Whitening

Brushing and flossing are good ways to keep your teeth white and healthy. Staining from food or drink, smoking, aging, medications, or trauma may leave your teeth more yellow or brown than you wish. If you feel your smile is lacking some sparkle or is more yellow than it used to be, we have a solution. We have evaluated many products, and selected the most effective for our patients.

Call our office to check on your bleaching options and see if you are a good candidate for bleaching.

CALL for an appointment. 269-792-9723

 

“The ADA recommends that if you choose to use a bleaching product, you should only do so after consultation with a dentist. This is especially important for patients with many fillings, crowns, and extremely dark stains. A thorough oral examination, performed by a licensed dentist, is essential to determine if bleaching is an appropriate course of treatment. The dentist and patient together can determine the most appropriate treatment. The dentist may then advise the patient and supervise the use of bleaching agents within the context of a comprehensive, appropriately sequenced treatment plan.”

Adopted by the Council on Scientific Affairs (April 2012).American Dental Association.