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Whiten your teeth without replacing or covering up your teeth. While some tooth restorations can improve the look of your smile drastically, such as dental veneers and dental crowns, it may be in your best interest to leave your already healthy teeth as they are and place an emphasis on refining their color via stain removals with teeth whitening systems.

Your oral health services guide for teeth whitening systems features the following attributes:

Store-bought Whitening Systems: Over the counter tooth whitening systems are unregulated and can yield a myriad of effects for your smile, as some products can be harmful and cause damage to your tooth enamel and bleach your gums. Always speak with your dentist before using a store-bought tooth whitener.

In-office Whitening Systems: In-office whitening systems are professional tooth whiteners placed on your teeth directly from a professional. These are thought to be the highest quality and safest tooth whiteners on the market today.

At-home Whitening Systems: At-home whitening systems are given by your dentist to use in at your own home. Usually, a professional whitening is not constantly needed, so at-home whitening kits can be used to fix up any flaws or irregularities that may show up.

If you need additional treatment for stained or discolored teeth, Dr. Wilford Samson and our team at Enfield Family Dental will help you with your oral health care in any way we can. If you would like to schedule a visit to our dentist office in Enfield, Connecticut, please call us at 860-749-2225. Let us help you find your healthy smile!