Bleaching is one of the easiest and safest age defying procedures that we can offer our patients without cutting their teeth for veneers and more invasive procedures, and I truly believe that whether they know it or not, most patients want or would say yes to whiter teeth if offered to them as part of their treatment protocol.
You’ve seen those awful tetracycline tooth stains before. Perhaps you’re the one struggling with them. Perhaps you thought there was no hope to get a white, stainless smile except extremely expensive veneers.
Everyone’s smile is powerful. A smile can break down barriers, cut through tension, make a stranger feel welcome, and lift a friend’s day. The problem is that many people are too self-conscious to show their unique smile to the world, and Opalescence whitening is on a mission to change that. Whether someone has coffee- or wine-stained teeth, teeth that are a little crooked, or a smile flanked by dimples large or small, everyone has a reason to celebrate their uniqueness. Something that often helps those who are self-conscious about their smile is tooth whitening. However, concerns and questions abound about this hot topic: Will whitening damage my teeth? Exactly how white can I get my teeth? How long will the whitening last? Is the chemical used in tooth whitening toxic? Can I whiten my teeth while I have braces?
Dr. Morgan’s reputation of creating beautiful, white smiles for her patients has only served to expand her reach She even gets Miss Utah America and Miss Utah USA contestants and winners ready for their state and national pageants by whitening and perfecting their smiles before they go in front of the judges.
With the only products that combine all of the following unique features and benefits, it’s no wonder people all over the world trust Opalescence tooth whitening systems for healthy, dazzling, bright, white smiles.
When we made the toothpaste back in 1992, we never ever cut corners, and we still haven’t compromised on ingredients, flavor, or even the foil tube that it comes in, when most other toothpaste manufacturers are moving to plastic tubes.