December 14, 2017

Your smile is recognizable up to 300 feet away. By far, it’s the most obvious facial expression you have. When you have a healthy mouth that looks as a great as you feel, you want to smile. One common issue many people have is discolored teeth. Whether it’s from coffee stains, smoking or wear and tear, you have many treatment options for teeth whitening. You can choose over-the-counter products or ask your dentist to help you get a beautiful smile. We recommend that you make an appointment with Dr. Cervenka to discuss your options, know why your teeth have turned yellow and decide the best course of action to fix the problem.

Why Choose Professional Whitening Products

Your dentist offers professional teeth whitening products that:

  • Are more reliable than over-the-counter products
  • Deliver long-lasting results
  • Take less time than OTC kits
  • Can be customized to your needs and desires
  • Bypass sensitivity issues associated with at-home kits

If you’re worried about the time needed to whiten your teeth, then ask Dr. Cervenka about Zoom! whitening. This method involves using a whitening gel that is activated by light. Generally, you should get a regular teeth cleaning before you begin the teeth whitening session, which takes about an hour. The procedure begins by covering the lips and gums, leaving only the teeth exposed. The whitening gel is applied to the teeth and remains in place for 15 minutes while the gel is activated by a light. You relax and listen to music or watch TV while you’re waiting. This procedure is repeated two more times, for a total treatment time of 45 minutes. You are sent home with a touch-up kit that has custom-fitted whitening trays. You will need to follow the dentist’s instructions for use.

With Zoom! whitening, your teeth can be picture perfect for the holiday season. Contact our office in Orlando, FL today to schedule an appointment. Its time to look your best in anticipation of the holidays!



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