Professional Tooth Whitening May Not Be Enough
May 1, 2019
A beautiful smile doesn’t always mean a full mouth reconstruction. In fact, in some cases all you may need is a professional tooth whitening session with Nuvo Dental in Irvine.
Professional Tooth Whitening with Zoom!®
The brightest and whitest smile won’t come from those strips, gels, pastes, and trays that you find at your local pharmacy. Because the active ingredient used in the products is available over the counter, it is not as strong as the gel that is used by Nuvo Dental in Irvine.
Zoom!® tooth whitening gives great results and can brighten your teeth up to 10 shades. Used in conjunction with custom made take home whitening trays, you will always have a bright and white smile.
Professional Tooth Whitening Doesn’t Work for Everyone
If you are one of those people with severe interior staining or many dental restorations, tooth whitening probably won’t get the job done. According to the team from Nuvo Dental in Irvine, restorations cannot be whitened, as they are artificial. Intrinsic stains, which can sometimes be eliminated with in office whitening, are often left untouched with traditional tooth whitening methods. Thankfully, there are alternatives such as porcelain veneers.
Porcelain Veneers for a Lasting Smile
Porcelain veneers are thin sheets of dental porcelain that are custom made by your dentist in Irvine. Matched to the rest of your smile, porcelain veneers can last for years as long as you practice good oral hygiene.
Dental veneers are permanent, as some of your enamel must be removed for a natural fit. If you have seen people with, “Chiclet Teeth,” the cosmetic dentist probably didn’t remove enough enamel. Because of the removal, the process is permanent. If you want a less than permanent solution and one that can be reversed, talk to Nuvo Dental in Irvine about LUMINEERS, or cosmetic dental bonding.
If you would like more information regarding professional tooth whitening or porcelain veneers, call and talk to a team member from Nuvo Dental in Irvine today.