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Teeth Whitening – Brick Township, NJ

Eliminating Stains for a More Beautiful Smile

Tired of looking at stained and discolored teeth? Want to feel and appear more confident when talking with family, friends, and colleagues? Ready to make a change that will drastically improve your overall appearance? If so, teeth whitening in Brick Township can give you the results you desire. At Nu Dental Brick, Dr. Admasu Gizachew or “Dr. G” is an experienced dental professional who has advanced training in a multitude of specializations and can deliver high-quality results using Ultradent Whitening. Whether you prefer in-house treatment or at-home whitening kits, we can provide the service you need to achieve a whiter, brighter smile. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. G!

Why Choose Nu Dental Brick for Teeth Whitening?

What Does it Mean to Whiten Teeth?

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Teeth are known to become stained over time. Whether caused by dark-colored beverages (i.e. coffee, tea, red wine, soda), poor oral hygiene, or even age, it’s not uncommon for teeth that were once a beautiful, pearly white to slowly fade to a dull yellow or gray. At Nu Dental Brick, we use Ultradent whitening products, which are designed to blast away stains found on your tooth enamel and improve the look of your smile by several shades. Offering in-house professional treatment and/or at-home whitening kits, we can provide you with the service you need for greater convenience.

How Does Teeth Whitening Work?

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Depending on your preferred method of teeth whitening, Dr. G and our team can quickly blast away stains using professional in-office treatment or by providing you with a special take-home whitening kit. The choice is yours.

Should you choose to have in-house treatment, we will place a protective shield around your lips to safeguard your soft oral tissues before applying the whitening gel, which contains hydrogen peroxide. Using a specific amount, the solution will begin to penetrate the enamel layer and effectively remove stains and discoloration. Depending on the shade you desire, it may require applying the solution multiple times; however, you can expect to see a dramatic difference in about an hour.

If you prefer to whiten your smile in the comfort of your own home, we can provide you with custom-made trays and a whitening solution to use when it’s convenient for you. Following the directions provided to you by your dentist in Brick Township, you should begin to see noticeable results in as little as two weeks.

Who is an Eligible Candidate?

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Most patients who have stained or discolored teeth are eligible for teeth whitening treatment. However, you should have good general oral health and teeth that are fully intact. If you have restorations, teeth whitening will not be a suitable solution for you, as the materials used to create your crown, bridge, or filling cannot be whitened. Also, if you are pregnant, you should avoid teeth whitening until after you’ve had your baby.

Teeth Whitening FAQs

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Do you still have questions about getting teeth whitening from your cosmetic dentist? To help you make the best decision for you, we’ve compiled some of the most common questions that we get asked by our patients considering this treatment. If you don’t see the answers you’re looking for, feel free to call us and ask!

What causes teeth to stain?

Teeth can become discolored for a variety of reasons, including taking certain medications, consuming foods and beverages that are high in stain-causing tannins, consuming tobacco products, and poor oral hygiene. While over-the-counter teeth whitening kits may be able to help with more basic stains caused by foods, it takes professional treatment and highly concentrated ingredients to reduce the appearance of more stubborn stains that are deep within your enamel.

Do whitening treatments cause dental sensitivity or enamel erosion?

It’s true that certain teeth whitening treatments can lead to an increased risk of dental decay and sensitivity, especially those that you purchase from the store that aren’t approved by the ADA. When you receive treatment from your cosmetic dentist, you can trust that all of the ingredients being used have been clinically studied and proven to be both effective and safe to use on your teeth. That way, you won’t have to worry about choosing between a smile that’s healthy or beautiful, because you can have both!

Will teeth whitening work on my restorations?

Unfortunately, we don’t recommend teeth whitening for patients who have restorations, like dental crowns or bridges. This is because ceramic and porcelain can’t be whitened like your natural enamel can, causing your smile to be multiple different shades of white. We do offer porcelain veneers and other cosmetic treatments that may still be able to help you achieve the results you’re looking for though.

How long will my teeth whitening results last?

The key to long-lasting results is to maintain good oral hygiene, avoid stain-causing foods and beverages whenever possible, and touch-up your results whenever you notice that they’re beginning to fade. You can do so by purchasing one of our professional take-home whitening kits or regularly brushing with a whitening toothpaste each week. If you have any questions about keeping your smile bright, we welcome you to ask us after your treatment!

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