Have you ever dreamt of a beautiful white smile? Ever wondered
how you can get it safely, quickly and affordably?
Only your dental professional has access to the most powerful professional whitening systems. Only they are equipped with the knowledge to ensure the safest time and ways to whiten your teeth.
Tooth whitening for a brighter, whiter smile
At Argyle Street Family Dentist we strive to provide you with the latest and most effective whitening treatment. This is why we use Philips number one professional whitening technology, the new in-office ZOOM whitening system, which uses the latest LED light technology which research has shown to reduce sensitivity associated with in-office whitening.
Tooth whitening is one of our most simple, safe and common cosmetic treatments. With your comfort being of utmost importance throughout, our ZOOM! Whitening treatment produces optimal whitening results and can get your teeth up to seven shades lighter in under one-hour.
Maintain your new smile with proper oral care
At Argyle Street Family Dentist we want you to reap the benefits of a healthy white smile long after you receive treatment. As such it is imperative to follow a stringent oral care routine at home that includes brushing twice a day and flossing at least once a day. In addition to caring for your oral hygiene, it’s important to be conscious about the foods you eat and the beverages you consume and how they can affect the condition of your teeth. Below is a list of foods and drinks that can cause stains and erode tooth enamel:
Red and white Wine: Red wine, an acidic drink with intensely pigmented molecules called tannins and chromogens, is notorious for tooth discoloration. White wine is even more acidic and can lead to erosion of your teeth and also tartar formation
Soda: Again, the acid in these drinks can lead to serious staining of your teeth. Sodas contain enough acid that they can encourage staining by other foods and drinks. Did you know that the acidity in some carbonated drinks is so intense that it actually compares to the acidity in battery acid? Sodas and carbonated drinks are certainly not healthy for our oral or overall health.
Tea and Coffee: Herbal teas and coffee are at the top of the list of teeth staining agents.
Sauces: Deeply-coloured sauces are believed to have significant tooth-staining potential. Consider lighter cream sauces, or if you do consume dark coloured sauces then rinse after eating to reduce tooth stains.
Candy & sweets: Hard candy, chewing gum, or popsicles that make your tongue change colours, generally contain teeth-staining agents. Fortunately, eating these foods sparingly probably won’t do much to stain your teeth.
At Argyle Street Family Dentist, we have a comprehensive range of treatments available for you in cosmetic and restorative dentistry. To learn more about porcelain veneers or our teeth whitening systems please call us on 02 9687 0070.