Take-Home Teeth Whitening – San Antonio, TX
Achieve Your Dream Smile!
Have you tried over-the-counter whitening kits but found that you’re disappointed with the results time and time again? That’s because they contain diluted whitening agents and flimsy, one-size-fits-all applicators. If you want to noticeably brighten your smile and remove stubborn stains, then you should visit Jones and Knight DDS. Our San Antonio dental team would be more than happy to help you achieve your dream smile!
Why Choose Jones and Knight DDS for Take-Home Teeth Whitening?
- Two Conveniently Located Offices in San Antonio
- Appointments as Early as 7 AM
- Low-Interest Financing Available
Who is a Good Candidate for Take-Home Teeth Whitening?
As with every cosmetic dental treatment, candidacy is determined on a case-by-case basis. The good news is that many patients who are struggling with dental discoloration due to frequent coffee consumption, certain medications, the natural aging process, and even previous tobacco use are often candidates! In short, if you look at your smile in the mirror or in photos and wish that your teeth were whiter, don’t hesitate to schedule a consultation with our cosmetic dentists.
How Does Take-Home Teeth Whitening Work?
After we’ve confirmed you’re a candidate, we’ll provide you with everything you need to whiten your teeth from home. That starts with the high-grade bleaching gel and the customized trays and extends to detailed instructions on when and how to use them. One of the biggest perks of this approach to teeth whitening is that you can remove stubborn stains while you’re watching Netflix, doing chores, preparing dinner, or anything else on your agenda for that day!
Tips for Maintaining Your Brighter Smile
Of course, if you fall into the same bad habits, like smoking, then the results of your teeth whitening treatment won’t last. That’s why our San Antonio dental team strongly recommends:
- Committing to a solid oral hygiene regimen at-home.
- Using a straw when drinking wine, soda, and coffee.
- Getting a dental checkup and cleaning twice a year.
- Eating light-colored foods when possible, like white fish and scrambled eggs.
- Quitting unhealthy dental habits, like using tobacco products.