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Teeth Whitening

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Teeth Whitening

A whiter smile is always on trend, and at Hull and Appel Family Dentistry, we can give you that brighter smile you will be proud to flash. Many people initially try whitening toothpaste to rid their teeth of surface stains, but if whitening toothpaste is not producing the results you want, ask our team how we can help you make your smile sparkle. Teeth-whitening is now easy to do at home on your own time with kits that we can recommend and provide. Each kit has different advantages, so we can help you choose the kit that’s right for you.

We recommend a process called “bleaching” to whiten your smile. Bleaching is a non- invasive treatment that uses a carbamide peroxide compound to change the color of your natural tooth enamel. It is important to remember that this technique will not change the color of any fillings, crowns, veneers, or other replacements for your natural enamel. After your teeth are whitened, we can replace any fillings so that they match your new, whiter color. Whitening your teeth isn’t permanent, but you can touch it up as needed. It’s important to remember that smoking, and drinking coffee, tea, or red wine can stain your teeth, so extra teeth whitening may be needed if you consume these things often. But by maintaining a healthy and strict oral hygiene regimen, you will help keep your teeth shining and sparkling for a long time.

Patient Testimonials

We don’t just measure our relationships with our patients in years, but decades. See what our patients are saying about us.

“Very accommodating… top notch service from the receptionist to the dentist and the assistant… I left feeling relieved and happy.”

—  Charles Beatty

“Every detail of the visit, you are made to feel comfortable and welcome. I actually look forward to going to the dentist!”

 

—  Carolyn White