370 E South Temple, Ste 325 Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Teeth Whitening in Salt Lake City

Teeth Cleaning Procedures

Why Regular Dental Visits are Important

Regular and periodic teeth cleanings will protect teeth from plaque and Calculus (tartar). Left uncleaned and untreated, these seemingly small issues can lead to preventable periodontal (gum) disease. Keeping your mouth, tongue, gums, and teeth clean is as simple as brushing, flossing, and rinsing twice daily. In addition to these daily habits, teeth should be cleaned by a dentist at least semi-annually.

Such cleanings and treatment of teeth and mouth are recommended by the American Dental Association (ADA). Your chance of healthy oral hygiene dramatically increases when you regularly visit a dentist.

Teeth Whitening In Salt Lake City

Is Teeth Whitening an Effective Option?

The answer is yes! We are able to help you achieve whiter teeth in a combination of ways. With access to in-office or take-home whitening systems, you will be fully equipped to see a dramatic difference in your smile and the whiteness of your teeth.

Our in-office treatments are convenient and comfortable. In a one-hour teeth whitening session your results will begin. Protecting your gums, we will isolate your teeth and apply whitening gel. This high-quality, fast-acting gel is applied by our professional dental staff for best results. In addition to in-office treatments, you can whiten at home.

Our staff will fit you with unique and custom bleaching trays. After applying teeth whitening gel to the trays, they are to be worn for a prescribed period of time per day, depending on the strength of the bleach. Results are seen after a few days to a couple of weeks.

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The Importance of X-Ray Checkups

X-rays are an intricate part of your dental health. Through regular x-rays, we are able to more correctly assess the health of your teeth and gums. This step of an appointment can save money, time, and discomfort in the future. Regularly taking and comparing x-rays, we can help find issues of tooth decay and other unwanted situations.

X-rays can also help identify the following conditions:

  • Jaw bone health
  • Unseen wisdom teeth
  • Missing or Impacted teeth
  • Root infections
  • Filling Overhangs
  • Calculus (tartar)
  • Bone cancer or cysts