Questions To Ask About Dental Discoloration

Discolored teeth are a concern for many people, but as the problem worsens, it can be increasingly hard to ignore how it impacts your overall appearance. You may not be surprised to learn that this problem is frequently linked to issues with enamel stains, but you should know that this is not always the case. Understanding what is responsible for your dental discoloration, and learning more about your treatment options, can lead to successful smile improvements. Our Dallas, TX dental practice is ready to provide cosmetic services that have noticeable and lasting benefits. From your evaluation through your treatment, and during follow-up visits to provide smile care, we can help you enjoy renewed confidence in your appearance!

Is Your Smile Discolored Because Of Teeth Stains?

It is often necessary to treat teeth stains through whitening treatment, but there are times when a different solution is beneficial. For someone who has intrinsic discoloration, which refers to internal issues that affect the way you look, our practice can recommend porcelain veneers or a bonding and contouring treatment. With these services, we can take care to address intrinsic discoloration so that it is no longer an issue. These services have additional benefits, as they can take care of problems with the shape, size, and even spacing of teeth.

How Long Will It Take To Improve The Color Of Your Enamel?

With your personalized teeth whitening treatment kit, you can have exciting results ready to show off after just a few weeks. With each daily session, the materials we use to remove discoloration are able to steadily fight the stains that you have accumulated through the years. You can see gradual improvements, leading to the completion of treatment, at which point you can show off a smile that is many shades brighter than before.

If you move forward with a treatment that involves porcelain veneers or bonding work to hide intrinsic discoloration, you can see results in a short time. The placement of veneers can take place over two appointments, while you can have your bonding treatment completed in as little as one visit!

What Can You Do To Keep Your Smile White?

The work to keep your smile white is important, as you can have an easier time preserving your improved appearance when you avoid new stains and practice good oral hygiene. You can discuss protecting your smile at regular dental exams and cleanings. In addition to taking care of your natural teeth, we can help protect veneers and those teeth that have been restored through a bonding procedure.

Talk To Your Dallas, TX Dentist About Dental Discoloration

Through treatment for dental discoloration, our practice will be able to help you gain confidence in the way you look. We can ensure that you have the right results by providing a treatment recommended based on whether you have internal discoloration or extrinsic stains to address. If you would like to find out more, please reach out to Crown Dental in Dallas, TX today at 214-371-3131.