Celebrities in movies, on television, and in magazines have one thing in common. They’re all wearing bright, white smiles. You want to feel good about your teeth and about your smile. You’ve even considered picking up the phone to schedule an appointment with Dr. Brady or Dr. Mirci at Peninsula Family Dental Center, to begin the whitening process on your teeth. But the idea of taking time out of your already overloaded schedule has prevented you from following through with the idea. After all, your family, your job, and extracurricular activities are already taxing daily life, so you want to minimize schedule additions as much as possible. If that describes you, we’ve got good news. Peninsula Family Dental Center now offers a solution for safe and effective teeth whitening that can be accomplished at home!
Rather than having our patients resort to commercially produced, over-the-counter treatments that can be ineffective or dangerous to enamel, we now offer custom-made whitening trays for our patients. These whitening trays are form-fitted and are created by taking an impression of the patient’s teeth and gums. Using the mold created by the dental impression, a plastic tray is made for use at home. We then pre-fill each tray with our dentist recommended whitening gel, a safe and effective gel that also reduces tooth sensitivity with each use. Patients take their custom-fitted whitening trays home and use them according to instructions, when their schedule permits.
If you’ve discovered the ineffectiveness of expensive, over-the-counter dental whitening products, call Peninsula Family Dental Center to be fitted with your personal, take-home dental trays. Now you can safely whiten your teeth with comfortable, well-fitting trays. You may even see a noticeable difference in the brightness of your smile in as little as one week. Get rid of those unsuccessful drugstore brand whitening gels and strips, and have Peninsula Family Dental Center custom-make your take-home whitening trays today.
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