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Teeth Whitening at City Dental Centre, Surrey

We all want that Hollywood smile with white and shiny teeth. But most of us face teeth staining necessities like food and drinks. That’s why teeth whitening is the most popular dental procedure due to its awesome ability to improve the look of your teeth.
Statistics show that we place a very high value on our smiles. According to an American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry survey:
Virtually all adults (99.7%) believe a smile is an important social asset. 96% of adults believe an attractive smile makes a person more appealing to members of the opposite sex.
Three-quarters (74%) of adults feel an unattractive smile can hurt a person’s chance for career success.
And when respondents were asked, “What would you like to improve most about your smile?” The most common response was: Whiter & brighter teeth.
If you are not happy with your smile, teeth whitening may be a good first step.
So If you are suffering from stained and discolored teeth, now is the right time to give your smile some sparkle. Professional teeth whitening treatment performed by a dentist, is a safe and effective solution. Moreover it’s perfect way to improve your smile before a special occasion.
Teeth whitening is quite common dental procedure which can be accomplished in thirty-minute to one-hour sessions at City Dental Centre. First of all our dentist will take an impression of your teeth and let you know what whitening procedure will be most effective in your case. It should be noted yellowish teeth can probably be bleached well, while brownish or greyish teeth are not so easy to whiten.
Your dentist may want to fix teeth that are damaged before the whitening treatment, if your goal is to optimize the overall attractiveness of your smile.
Some people who get teeth whitening treatment may experience tooth sensitivity. That happens due to peroxide in whitener gets through the enamel and irritates the nerve of your tooth. In most cases the sensitivity is temporary. Just be sure to follow directions of your dentist.

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