You might have a full set of healthy teeth—each of them fully intact and with no obvious damage or decay—and yet you feel the need to hide your smile. Discolored, darkened, and yellow teeth can significantly harm your self-esteem and your confidence. If you’ve had enough of smiling with your mouth closed and avoiding having your picture taken, it may be time for professional teeth whitening at Cape Dental Care. Whiter teeth can give you an instant self-confidence boost and the more carefree life you’ve been wanting. See how we can put an end to your yellow teeth in Cape Coral, FL.
How to Get Optimal Results
While you have many teeth whitening options at your local pharmacy or grocery store, those products rarely if ever provide the same whitening power that professional-grade whitening treatments can. The results for retail products don’t usually last as long as professional treatments and can possibly even harm your teeth and make them become painfully sensitive. In addition, you may also notice uneven whitening across your teeth. Our professional teeth whitening options at Cape Dental Care can offer you:
A stunning, sparkling smile
Uniformly white teeth
A boost in self-confidence
Fast and lasting results
A higher quality of life
Types of Treatment for Yellow Teeth
How to Keep Your Teeth White
Whether you’ve already undergone professional teeth whitening or wish to avoid it, there are some steps you can take to keep your teeth shining brightly. If you drink coffee, red wine, or soft drinks, try enjoying them in moderation. Also, avoid tobacco, which can not only cause yellow teeth but contributes to various cancers and gum disease. While you can safely drink staining beverages in moderation, any amount of tobacco use is bad for your teeth and your overall health. And of course, brush and floss your teeth as recommended by your dentist in Cape Coral, FL. Each of these choices can help your smile shine for the long-term!
Make a dull smile sparkle!
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