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Teeth Whitening


Teeth Whitening

Get a more beautiful smile with whiter, brighter teeth! The office of Denton Oak Dentistry offers Zoom! teeth whitening treatments that give you fast and effective results.

Listed below are some of the major causes of tooth discoloration:

  • Medications, the aging process, smoking and tooth decay The consumption of certain types of medications such as antibiotics can stain your teeth. Also, the aging process and tooth decay can become contributing factors towards tooth discoloration, as both of these lead to wearing down of your tooth enamel. And of course, smoking is one of the top causes for stained teeth.
  • Poor oral hygiene and certain foods or beverages While poor oral hygiene is a major cause that leads people‚Äôs teeth to stain, even teeth that have properly cared for can become stained or discolored over time. Consuming certain foods and beverages like soy sauce, berries,tea, coffee,juices, soft drinks and red wine can be significant, contributing factors towards stained teeth.

Professional-strength whitening gels contain an active ingredient that penetrates the enamel of your teeth to reach the discolored molecules. Oxygen from the whitening agent in the gel reacts with the discolored molecules of the teeth, causing breakage of bonds that hold them together.

Zoom! in-office teeth whitening

We will examine your teeth and explain the entire Zoom! whitening process, answering any questions you may have. The whitening process begins with the application of an ultraviolet light-activated hydrogen peroxide gel to your teeth. This whitening technology allows our experts to adjust the settings on the ultraviolet light to minimize any tooth sensitivity. The process is quick (about 45 minutes) and effective, brightening your smile up to eight shades. You get a beautiful, brighter smile in a very period amount of time.

For more information, appointments and consultations, please contact our office at (940) 566-1066.


Denton Oak Dentistry
4920 Teasley Ln, Suite 160
Denton, TX 76210
Phone: 940-202-0101
Fax: (940) 566-1067

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