The wear and tear of daily life can start to take a toll on your smile over time. When you think about it, we put our smiles through a lot!
The good news is that our Glendale dentists can help you refresh your smile with efficient and effective treatment options. Today we’re going to be reviewing a few of the most commonly used tools and treatments to quickly upgrade your smile.
The first thing to consider is that simply upgrading your at-home oral hygiene routine can make a big difference. Make sure that you are brushing and flossing as recommended by your dentist. Switch out your toothbrush every few months, as old bristles are prone to harboring harmful oral bacteria. Additionally, you can talk to your dentist about whether adding a mouth rinse into your oral hygiene routine would be beneficial for your smile.
If it has been a while since you’ve undergone a professional dental cleaning, then this will likely be the first thing you need to do before pursuing further treatment. Remember, the ADA recommends that dental patients complete professional cleanings every six months or so.
When it comes to professional treatments, dental whitening is one of the quickest and most effective ways to take years off of the appearance of your smile. The potent topical whitening formulation that we use minimizes dental staining and discoloration, and helps to restore your smile to its previous level of whiteness.
Dental bonding is another quick and convenient way to refresh your smile. With dental bonding our team is able to correct existing dental damage, make crooked teeth appear straighter, and even cover dark, discolored, or poorly textured enamel. Patients love dental bonding because it can be completed in just one appointment, and it is infinitely customizable. This is also an affordable cosmetic option.
If you are unhappy with the current state of your smile, our Glendale dentists are here to help you reclaim a smile that you love. The best way to get started is to contact our dental team to schedule a personal consultation. When we meet with you we can assess your smile and give you a better idea of what kinds of treatments may be useful for you.