October 9, 2017

Halloween is a great time to indulge in a sweet treat or two, but after the holidays, you might notice that your teeth are less white and bright than normal. Luckily, cosmetic dentistry can remedy this with a professional teeth whitening session.

Benefits of Professional Teeth Whitening

There are many reasons why you should come to our family dentistry office to have your teeth whitened instead of doing it yourself with an at-home kit. These reasons include:

  • Thorough whitening. While this might seem obvious, a professional whitening session will provide better, longer-lasting results than you could get from an at-home kit.
  • Speed. When you decide you want to whiten your teeth, you want them to be whiter instantly. Professional whitening means you walk out of our office with a much whiter, brighter smile.
  • Safety. When you use over-the-counter teeth whitening solutions, you run the risk of damaging your gum tissue because it will not be performed by a professional. Professional whitening is completely safe for your teeth and gums.

Consider the benefits of professional whitening before you purchase an over-the-counter whitening treatment at the store.

The Importance of Cleanings

Although professional teeth whitening is a great way to take care of stained teeth, staying on top of regular dental cleanings is the best way to ensure the appearance and health of your teeth and gums. Make sure you receive a cleaning about every six months, or more often if recommended by Dr. Lesinski. We also highly recommend bringing your family into our office for a cleaning after Halloween to eliminate excess plaque that might be lurking due to an excess of candy and treats.

Contact Us Today

If it’s been a while since your last dental appointment, or you want to make cleaning appointments for your whole family, contact our office in Amherst, NY today. We look forward to hearing from you and to helping you maintain a beautiful, healthy smile!



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