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Whiter Teeth and a Brighter Smile
Wouldnt you like a brighter smile? Having whiter teeth can give you not only a brighter smile, but more confidence too. Whiter teeth can be yours in about an hour at your dentists office. Modern cosmetic dental technology has replaced the older take home tray system of bleaching teeth. No more gaggy mouth impressions, no more wearing messy awkward bleaching trays daily for weeks, no more sensitivity and no more relapse. Now, with systems like the Rembrandt One-Hour Whitening System, you can relax in the dental chair for less than an hour and have your teeth whitened up to 10 shades lighter and brighter. The in-office procedure is easy, comfortable, safe, fast and affordable. The results are immediate and dramatic and remarkably long-lasting with use of the recommended whitening toothpastes. With good oral hygiene and avoiding tooth staining foods, drinks and tobacco products there is no relapse. If, after time, the teeth yellow or lose whitening, a simple booster treatment can bring the former whiteness back again.
There are almost no medical reasons that would prevent a person from having their teeth bleached. The only contraindication to bleaching teeth is if the person already has crowns, veneers, fillings or false teeth. Bleaching teeth in no way harms or hurts the teeth. Nothing about the teeth is changed except they become permanently whiter.
Consult your dentist to see if he/she offers the latest in-office one hour whitening procedures. Treat yourself to whiter teeth and a brighter smile.
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