How To Give Your Teeth Its Shine Back Right Before Your Next Holiday

Holidays usually mean holiday parties with friends and family. And we know you want to impress your guests with a big, bright, and beautiful smile this time. You can do so by going ahead with these services and tips!

You Can Undergo Teeth Whitening

Many people lose their confidence if their teeth are discolored and stained. You can remove those stains and allow the actual color of your teeth to show. This is possible by undergoing any of the two in-house teeth whitening sessions, Britesmile and Zoom. You can also buy whitening treatments and maintenance kits to take home and use yourself just before the holidays.

You Can Undergo Cosmetic Bonding

Have you gotten chipped, fractured, decayed, or discolored teeth? Our cosmetic dentist has the right solution for you.

You will have to undergo cosmetic bonding therapy, where the dentist will use tooth-colored composite material to reshape and polish your teeth. If you have gaps between teeth, the dentist will perform bonding to help close those gaps.

Improve Your Dental Habits

No matter how many parties you attend and what treats you eat, don’t forget to continue your dental hygiene practices. Use dental floss every time you brush your teeth so you can remove food particles from between the teeth. Floss beneath the gum line by holding the floss taught and using a back and forth motion. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and brush for at least two minutes, twice a day. And do not forget to replace your toothbrush every three months.

If you need more holiday dental tips, our experienced dentists at Waller Dental & General and Cosmetic Dentistry can assist you. Call us now at 936-372-2673.

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