By Kenneth Krause, DMD
August 30, 2019
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: teeth whitening  

A professional teeth whitening treatment can do a lot more than just brighten your smile. In fact, studies have found that whiter teeth cancosmetic dentistry make you look years younger, improve your self-esteem, and even give you a leg up in both professional and social situations overall. Here at Krause Dental in Westfield, IN, your dentists, Dr. Kenneth Krause and Dr. Katie Krause, dentists perform professional teeth whitening treatments to remove surface stains and discolorations to get your smile back on track. Read on to learn more about what this cosmetic procedure can do for you!

 

Cosmetic Dentistry from our Westfield Office

Even with the usage of over-the-counter whitening products such as toothpastes and gels, your teeth are still vulnerable to staining and discoloration over time. While consumer whitening products can help a bit, they aren't nearly as powerful as professional treatment from a dentist, and they may even contain abrasive ingredients that can actually chip away at your tooth enamel over time.

Some of the benefits of investing in professional teeth whitening treatment include:

  • Get rid of unattractive stains and discolorations
  • Noticeably whiter teeth after a single treatment
  • Look and feel younger
  • Incentive to quit smoking, eat better, and improve your oral hygiene so as to maintain your newly brightened smile
  • Boost your confidence and self-esteem

Like most people, you probably have a number of personal reasons for wanting to improve your smile. Whether it's an act of self-care, a desire to whiten your teeth after years of smoking, or just wanting to counteract the normal wear-and-tear of the aging process, a brighter and more attractive smile can be yours in as little as one trip to the dentist's office!

 

Interested? Call our Westfield Office Today

For more information about professional teeth whitening treatments and other cosmetic dentistry procedures, contact Krause Dental at (317) 399-9329.

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