There are several things that can stain the teeth. Surface stains, such as those caused by foods and beverages, are typically easy to remove with topical teeth whitening. Some of these, including Zoom!®, our in-office teeth whitening option, utilize ultraviolet light to address deeper and darker… Read Full Post
The term “whitens teeth” is almost ubiquitous on toothpaste tubes. Some, of course, contain ingredients like peroxide, baking soda, or activated charcoal that provide some legitimacy to the claim, but the truth is, any toothpaste that can, with consistent use, help reduce topical stains can claim… Read Full Post
There are two types of tooth stains:
Extrinsic. These stains are largely caused by foods and beverages, but lifestyle choices, including daily brushing and flossing habits, can also play a role. Sitting on top of the enamel, extrinsic stains can often be entirely eliminated through topical teeth… Read Full Post
Dental bonding is a versatile restoration that can effectively correct a variety of aesthetic and functional issues with your teeth. While tooth bonding offers a number of benefits, it does stain over time, and the resin material used with dental bonding does not respond well to whitening… Read Full Post
Your smile is an important feature of your appearance. Cosmetic imperfections such as tooth chips and discoloration make many men and women avoid smiling, which impacts your self-confidence and the way others perceive you. Teeth whitening and porcelain veneers are both excellent options for… Read Full Post
Nobody wants their teeth to stain. If your teeth are a color such as dull yellow rather than brilliant, sparkling white, you may be embarrassed to smile. Yellow teeth can also harm your self-confidence and thereby affect your social life.
Numerous dietary and lifestyle choices can lead to teeth… Read Full Post
Teeth whitening is a great way to improve your smile, but is it the right cosmetic treatment for you? It’s essential to establish good oral hygiene first and to address existing issues such as tooth decay and gum disease. Take our quiz to see if tooth whitening or another cosmetic dentistry option… Read Full Post
The holiday season kicks off with Halloween. Keeping your teeth healthy and white is tough this time of year, but it’s also when those family photos and holiday events bring out your smile. Professional teeth whitening can brighten your smile in time for the holidays, but the leftover Halloween… Read Full Post
Our smiles are important parts of not only our face but who we are as a person. That’s because the smile you show to the world can speak volumes about your personality, affability, and approachability to others. Unfortunately, there are many ways in which our smile can be less than ideal. Cosmetic… Read Full Post
Your smile is often the first thing people notice when you meet. If your teeth are not as white as you would like, you may hide your smile from others and conceal a part of who you are. At Warr Dental in Salt Lake City, we want all of our patients to have a bright, beautiful smile and we offer… Read Full Post
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