How to Get Rid of the Stains on Your Teeth

Over time, your teeth can become discolored with stains. This is usually caused by dark colored foods and drinks, such as sodas, wine, berries, and tomatoes. These stains make your teeth look brown or gray, resulting in a much less brilliant smile, and they may cause you to feel too embarrassed to smile. Removing the stains restores your teeth, making your smile beautiful again.

At Morning Dental, we provide a full range of dental care services to keep you and your family’s teeth healthy and looking gorgeous! Highly respected and skilled dentists Bao Nguyen DDS and Michael Florman DDS make dental care easy and comfortable. Supported by their friendly and welcoming staff, Dr. Nguyen and Dr. Florman offer powerful teeth whitening treatments to remove those stubborn stains and restore your pearly whites to their bright, shiny state.

What causes teeth stains?

The outer layer of your teeth is made of enamel, which is the strongest material in your body. Enamel is naturally white or off-white when your teeth are new, but it is very prone to staining, which can cause unsightly brown or gray marks on your teeth. 

Teeth stains are typically caused by dark colored foods and beverages, such as wine, colas, tomatoes, and berries. Stains can also be caused by tobacco use, whether from smoking or chewing tobacco. They can also be caused by aging, certain medications, consuming too much fluoride, or poor oral care.

How to get rid of the stains on your teeth

Proper brushing, flossing, and regular professional cleanings help keep your teeth healthy and looking good, but stains may still discolor your teeth. At Morning Dental, we offer professional teeth whitening services that quickly remove stubborn teeth stains, revealing clean, white, gorgeous teeth and restoring your smile.

How does teeth whitening work?

At Morning Dental, we offer two types of teeth whitening treatments to provide you with the service that best fits your needs and preferences. You can either choose to have your treatment done during an office visit, or our staff can prepare a kit for you to use at home.

In-office teeth whitening 

For a quick and highly effective tooth whitening treatment, schedule an in-office appointment by our dental professionals. We use super strength peroxide to remove ugly stubborn stains on your teeth and restore your teeth to a clean and bright state. In about an hour-long appointment, we achieve impressive results that you see and can enjoy immediately. 

Take home whitening kits

If you prefer to complete your teeth whitening in the comfort of your own home, we offer kits that are customized to your needs, preferences, and schedule. We provide you with the detailed instructions you need to complete a series of whitening sessions, which gradually remove stains and restore the beauty of your teeth. 

To learn more about teeth whitening treatments, or for any other dental concerns, call our office to set up an appointment, or use our online appointment booking system today. 

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