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Fred H. Peck, DDS, FAACD
Call Us Now: (513) 621-7666

“A Tradition of Excellence
In Dentistry for 3 Generations”

Teeth Whitening

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Simply because you have a clean and healthy smile, this does not mean it’s you have a great LOOKING smile. As we age our teeth naturally darken and become discolored. You can carefully and effectively get that brilliant, white smile you have always wanted through personalized smile whitening that we provide. Here are just a few of the kinds of stains cosmetic whitening may remove:

  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Tobacco
  • Foods
  • Tartar

Within just one office visit at Peck, DDS you could have a whiter, youthful looking smile once again.

Smile whitening is a procedure by which exterior and internal stains are actually taken away from your teeth. Whitening of the surface stains begins with getting your teeth fully cleaned and also polished in the office located in Cincinnati. After that, peroxide gels are carefully applied to your teeth both at the office and also at home using custom molded trays that we create for you. The special gel travels through the surface and into the inner layers of your teeth expelling oxygen that removes the discolorations.

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Yellow, brown and orange hued blemishes tend to be most effectively lightened, especially when they have developed with time. Gray and blue hued stains usually are significantly more challenging to reduce as is extensive tetracycline discoloration. Tetracycline is an antibiotic that, if given to young children while their permanent teeth happen to be developing, will result in staining of those teeth in adult life. We offer several choices in smile lightening, that are fast and effective, non-invasive techniques sure to enhance your confidence and self esteem and offer you a stunning smile. After going over your expectations and goals, Dr. Peck can suggest the whitening method which is best for your smile, your current schedule and your price range.

It is necessary that you understand that whitening agents only affect actual tooth structure (tooth enamel, root surface and the hidden layer called “dentin”). Any sort of restorative materials (fillings, porcelain veneers or crowns) you have in or on your teeth won’t be whitened. Which means that right after your bleaching is finished, any sort of restorations not the same shade as your brand new, whiter smile will likely need to be replaced.

Plenty of over-the-counter tooth whitening products are obtainable at your local retailer. But, only the dentist can give you a prescription-grade whitening product which offers consistent, comfortable and long-lasting final results.