Little Known Benefits of Teeth Whitening

Are your teeth not as white as you wish they were? Are they looking stained, yellow, or brown? If you’re wondering why your teeth are not looking like the Hollywood pearly whites the celebrities flash on the silver screen, there are a number of reasons why this could be, including:

Did you know that since 2011, there has been a steady increase in the use of tooth whiteners year after year? This means that more people than ever are using over-the-counter products to whiten their teeth.

The biggest issue with using consumer grade tooth whiteners is that these products are just not as powerful as the excellent tooth whitening procedures offered by Dr Jeffrey B. Van Orman at The Van Orman Dental Group. Over 20 years of experience means that you'll be in excellent hands.

The importance of a smile

Our smiles are important to us as social creatures. We use them during conversation when we laugh, when we flirt, and when we are discussing everything from the weather to the state of national politics. When we have stained or discolored teeth, we might feel ashamed, embarrassed, and unwilling to engage with others. In some cases, it can even lead to anxiety and depression.

If you’re suffering in silence and you’re too ashamed to smile because your teeth are not as bright and white as they could be, Dr Jeffrey B. Van Orman can help. A professional tooth whitening treatment is much stronger than the over-the-counter consumer products that people often buy, and will leave your teeth bright and white.

The other benefits of a whiter smile

Obviously, being able to flash your pearly whites around will lead to more self-confidence, but there are actually some other benefits you might not have considered, including:

Let us help you regain your confidence

Your smile says so much about who you are and what you have to offer. Why let stained and discolored teeth ruin your life? Here at The Van Orman Dental Group in Lake Oswego, OR, Jeffrey Van Orman, DMD, can help you get the white and bright smile that you deserve.

Call us or book an appointment online.

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