Tooth whitening is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. It is the most popular treatment by both men and women alike and the treatments available range from one-hour one-time dental visits to take-home do-it-yourself kits. Tooth whitening is popular because it can significantly improve the appearance of your teeth at much less cost and inconvenience than other techniques.
Yellow or stained teeth are a common problem most and will develop at some point in their lives but can remedy with proper treatment. Our teeth contain enamel, a porcelain-like surface that started out sparkling white. Tooth enamel is designed to protect the teeth from the effects of chewing, gnashing, trauma and acid attacks caused by sugar. Over time, our enamel starts to hold stains within its pores and becomes more transparent and permits the yellow color of dentin, the tooth's core material, to show through. As more stains and debris accumulate because of normal wear and tear and eating habits, the teeth develop a dull, lackluster appearance. Tooth whitening exists to remove the stains and debris associated with diet and aging.
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"I have been going to see Dr Guri for over many years now and can’t say enough about his care. From entering his office and working with his kind assistants, to the cleanliness and order of his treatment room, all the way to the check out process – his office and professionalism is second to none. As for the care he provides,
I truly appreciate his approach of treating me as a whole, not just a collection of potential desperate problems. Since they have 2 dental operatories & his wife Dr Avani also practices with him he is able to manage his time in such a way that he gives himself time to think and focus on me as a patient – no hurried review of my case as he scampers from his previous patient in the next room and therefore no rush out the door to his next patient.
That’s really nice and not like the typical doctor. He truly cares about me as a patient and as an individual."