Smiles are usually the first thing that people notice about you, according to recent statistics from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Gaunt is a member of the AACD, and he understands the impact that your smile can have on others around you, and how it can even affect the way you feel about yourself! Ask Dr. Gaunt and our team about whitening to brighten your smile.
Believe it or not, everyday actions like drinking coffee or tea, using tobacco products, and even eating bright foods like carrots can affect the color of your enamel. You'll be able to ask Dr. Gaunt about these reasons for your tooth discoloration during your teeth whitening appointment.
While in-office whitening is great for those who are always on the go, others prefer to whiten with take-home professional teeth whitening. You’ll visit our office to have impressions made of your smile. Within about a week, your teeth whitening trays will be ready and custom-fit to your smile. You wear the bleaching trays according to the recommendations from Dr. Gaunt, and over the course of a few weeks, you’ll see your smile become whiter.
You can always try teeth whitening toothpastes or strips from the drug store, but these won’t have even close to the same impact on your smile. If you want a true smile makeover, professional teeth whitening from Dothan Cosmetic Dentistry is the way to go.
We offer the KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching system. This in-office teeth whitening system offers gorgeous results, even in cases of extreme staining that might not have responded to other teeth whitening systems in the past. KöR restores your smile’s ability to take in stain-fighting oxygen, and the special whitening gel made by KöR doesn’t cause the tooth sensitivity that you might experience with other teeth whitening systems. You can actually whiten your teeth by multiple shades, thanks to this revolutionary system!
Contact Dothan Cosmetic Dentistry to discuss your teeth whitening options with Dr. Gaunt and staff. We invite patients from nearby cities in Florida, Georgia and Alabama.