Professional Teeth Whitening in Encinitas, CA
Get a Brighter & Whiter Smile With Teeth Whitening
If you wish your smile were brighter or whiter than it currently is, McElroy Smiles By Design can help! As you get older, your teeth naturally darken and become stained. These stains deepen over time from the foods and drinks you consume, as well as from other potential factors such as smoking or tartar buildup.
Fortunately, our expert Encinitas cosmetic dentists can safely, carefully, and effectively restore your dazzling, white smile with our personalized teeth whitening solution. Here are just a few of the types of unsightly stains cosmetic teeth whitening can get rid of:
In just one appointment at McElroy Smiles By Design, you can have a whiter, youthful-looking smile again.
How Does Professional Teeth Whitening Differ from Over-the-Counter Teeth Whitening?
Two main factors differentiate over-the-counter teeth whitening products from the doctor-supervised whitening treatment you will receive at our dental office in Encinitas, CA…
- Better Results – Teeth whitening products from the store will not be as effective as in-office treatment, because the strength of the solution will simply be weaker than what you can get in a doctor-supervised visit. When you have your teeth whitened by an experienced professional, stronger solutions can be used safely to bring the ultimate gleam to your smile.
- Fewer Risks – The chemicals used in teeth whitening can damage your teeth if you have any underlying problems, such as a cavity or worn tooth enamel. Some potential risks include irritated gums and permanently sensitive teeth. When you visit our highly experienced dentists at McElroy Smiles By Design, however, we will first provide you with a thorough dental exam to ensure that you can safely undergo teeth whitening.
Keep in mind that any restorative substances (dental fillings, dental veneers, or dental crowns) won’t respond to teeth whitening solutions. Before you undergo any teeth whitening procedure, we will discuss whether you would need to replace any of your restorations to ensure that your entire smile is uniformly white and bright.