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Teeth Whitening – Hampton, NH

Achieve the Brighter Smile of Your Dreams

If you have stained, dull, or otherwise discolored teeth, you’ll find our whitening treatments to be incredibly beneficial. The teeth can darken because of the foods and beverages we consume or enamel erosion, which exposes the darker layer of dentin that lies below the enamel. No matter the cause of your stains, however, our solutions for teeth whitening in Hampton, NH will have your smile shining in no time.

Why Choose Oceanside Family Dental for Teeth Whitening?

  • Get Your Teeth Whitened at Home or In the Dental Office
  • Flexible Detnal Office Hours for Routine Whitening Treatments
  • Pre-Filled Trays Make Whitening Easy On-the-Go

How to Prevent Stains

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It’s true that coffee, tea, berries, soy sauce, and other richly-pigmented substances are notorious for staining teeth. This is because these food particles are attracted to tooth enamel by specific proteins. As time passes, teeth are more prone to stains and therefore more likely to change to a dull, yellowish color.

However, there is one type of stain that can appear as a result of traumatic injury, medications, and fluorosis. These stains actually develop from inside the tooth and cannot be treated with brushing and flossing alone. In contrast, external stains can be treated with dedicated daily oral care.

Today, more and more people are looking to teeth whitening procedures to not only remove stains caused by food and tobacco but aging as well.

The Truth About Teeth Whitening

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While it’s true that store-bought solutions like “whitening toothpastes” can remove some stains and make them appear brighter, many of these products are very abrasive and can actually harm the teeth. Keep in mind that tooth enamel does not grow back once it’s lost.

While the whitening agents in these products can change the color of your teeth, it won’t work on all stains. If you have brownish or grayish stains, you may find it difficult to remove them with whitening toothpaste. Or, if your teeth are pitted, you’ll likely see little results. The same applies if you have dental restorations, including crowns, bridges, cosmetic bonding, and tooth-colored fillings.

If you’re looking for the most effective and safest method for whitening your teeth, you’ll find professional whitening performed by our dental office to be the most ideal. When done by a skilled team, the effects can last as long as five years!