At David Roach Family Dentistry, Nashville
DAVID ROACH FAMILY DENTISTRY & ASSOCIATES
Teeth Whitening in Nashville, TN
Dr. Roach and his team of qualified, compassionate dental assistants are teeth whitening experts. We'd be delighted to partner with you in achieving a brighter, new and improved smile through safe, affordable, and effective Zoom Whitening.
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professional teeth whitening at
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NASHVILLE ZOOM WHITENING
At Roach Family Dentistry
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures as far as dental procedures go. Teeth whitening is fast, painless, and leaves the patient feeling confident in their smile. Teeth whitening is a great way to get rid of unwanted stains caused by a multitude of reasons (diet, medications, chemotherapy, certain beverage choices, etc…). Yellow-tinted teeth can also be a result of enamel damage. For those who are worried about damaging Veneers or implants, don’t be! Neither are affected by whitening procedures.
Leave The Whitening Strips At Home
Roach Family Dentistry uses a Zoom Teeth Whitening system. This system works like magic and can brighten your smile up to 10 shades in about an hour. Unlike teeth-whitening products sold in drug stores, professional whitening offers a safer and more vibrant solution. This is because dentists typically use something called “carbamide peroxide”. Carbamide peroxide is stronger than the low dosage of hydrogen peroxide which is commonly used in most at-home teeth whitening solutions. Dentists also frequently use advanced blue LED light which increases the lightening effect.
Does It Work?
If your teeth have a yellowish tint to them, they will probably respond well to our whitening system. Unfortunately, deeper stains (teeth with a more grayish tint) are not as likely to be affected by the solution simply because the peroxide solution may not be strong enough to remove the stain completely. Stains caused by taking medications or tooth discolorations caused by injuries, may be unresponsive to whitening. If this is the case, veneers may be a viable option.