Is Rembrandt Sapphire Teeth Whitening For You?
What Causes Discoloration Of Teeth?
We all want to have beautiful, white smiles, especially when we’ve just completed orthodontic treatment, but sometimes stains and discoloration are difficult to avoid. As we age, our teeth become more yellow, and the more staining foods and drinks we consume, the more those colors stick to our teeth. Things like coffee, black tea, soda, tobacco, and red wines are the biggest culprits. And sometimes our teeth grow in already discolored!
What Is Sapphire Teeth Whitening?
Regular brushing and flossing and the use of whitening toothpaste can help slow the discoloration process, but for more noticeable whitening effects, it takes a whitening system like Sapphire Teeth Whitening. This system uses a 25 percent hydrogen peroxide solution, and its neutral pH and desensitizing agent make it much gentler on the mouth than some other whitening options.
Why Dr. Hilgers Recommends Sapphire Teeth Whitening
When it comes to patient safety and satisfaction, nothing beats Sapphire Teeth Whitening at Hilgers Orthodontics as a post-braces whitening option. The process takes just over an hour — not much different from a regular dental cleaning appointment. If you’re interested in whitening your smile after your orthodontic treatment ends but don’t know which whitening system to use, just give us a call at (623) 935-3908 or send us a email and ask us about Sapphire.