Teeth Whitening Minot, ND

Spring Cleaning And Teeth Whitening

Did you know that the first day of spring is in March? March 20th marks the official beginning of spring, and we’re already spring cleaning and sprucing up our lives. It’s never a bad time to spend a little extra time working on our goals.
We may think that the practice of making goals only once a year is overkill. Our New Year’s Resolutions seem so far away, but that doesn’t mean that you should just give up and settle. If you’re interested in improving your appearance and your confidence by brightening up your smile, keep reading.

Why should I whiten my teeth?

If you hide your teeth by avoiding smiling or covering them with your hand when you start to smile or laugh, know that you’re not the only one. So many of us are self-conscious about our teeth and with how dull or yellow they have become. The years of drinking coffee, wine, and tea add up, piling on stains that dull our smile.
But, it could be more than surface stains dulling your smile. That’s because, as we age, the enamel on our teeth becomes thinner. This exposes the layer underneath, which is more yellow and called dentin. To add insult to injury, dentin darkens as we get older, which is why you may notice older people with noticeably darker teeth.

Aren’t the whitening strips at the grocery store good enough?

The grocery store offers a lot of necessary items you may enjoy, such as fruit, vegetables, or freshly baked bread. But, when it comes to higher strengths of active ingredients, grocery stores aren’t allowed to offer them.

What do you offer?

We offer two amazing options to help you whiten your teeth. If you’re short on time, an in-office visit can noticeably whiten your smile. In just one hour, we can help you dramatically brighten your teeth! If you’d rather whiten your teeth at home, we can create custom-fit trays to help give you professional results at home.

Call us today at (701) 839-1299 to schedule an appointment to learn more about teeth whitening.

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