Posted by S V Dental on Jul 22 2021, 02:02 AM
There’s a lot more to having white teeth than just brushing and flossing every day. Sometimes, because of genetics or our dietary habits, their brightness can fade. That’s why the demand for teeth whitening procedures has increased tremendously in the last decade.
More and more people are choosing teeth whitening treatments to remove stains and lighten the color of their teeth. At Silicon Valley Dental Care in San Jose, California, we offer comprehensive cosmetic dental solutions and professional teeth whitening treatments to enhance your smile and instantly brighten your teeth.
Our teeth owe their brightness to the outer protective layer called the enamel. However, in time, enamel can start to wear down and become transparent. Consequently, the core yellow color of the teeth shows through.
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular non-invasive cosmetic dental procedures that can restore the brightness of your teeth. When applied to the teeth, professional whitening products that contain carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide open up the pores in the teeth and whiten them by up to 7 shades.
There are several reasons why, over the years, teeth can lose their brightness or get stained. The most common causes are:
Tar and nicotine found in tobacco can lead to stained and discolored teeth.
Even if you follow proper oral health routines, the enamel starts wearing down after a while, and the inner yellowish dentin core of teeth becomes visible.
Regularly consuming foods and drinks like colored soft drinks, red wine, or coffee can cause staining. Strong dyes or pigments from these types of food or drinks can make the teeth lose their shine.
Any serious trauma to your teeth can cause them to change color. Usually, when there is any tooth injury, the inner core of the dentin thickens, and this can lead to discoloration.
Some types of medication taken regularly can cause stained teeth.
In some cases, it all boils down to genetics. You naturally may have discolored and dull teeth due to your genetic makeup.
Whatever the reason for your teeth discoloration, intrinsic or extrinsic, a teeth whitening treatment performed by our experts at Silicon Valley Dental Care can offer you brighter and whiter teeth in no time and without any harmful effects.
If you have any questions about teeth whitening and you want to schedule an appointment with Dr. Hatzke or Dr. Cordero-Pangrazio, contact us at (408) 224-1333, or visit our office at 5595 Winfield Boulevard, Suite 210, San Jose, CA 95123.
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