Teeth Whitening for the Winter Holidays

'Tis the Season to Smile for the Camera!

The winter holidays are quickly approaching! Many of us will be spending time with family and friends – sharing stories, watching holiday classics, sipping hot chocolate and... smiling for photos?

Of course there will be many photos taken during these winter gatherings. And it's no question that we'll want to look our best for them. With that said, are your teeth currently looking white, bright and photo-ready? Is your smile radiant enough to make a striking impression?

If the answer is "Not exactly"...

If you're like so many others who could use a dental shade enhancement this winter, fret no more. Our Etobicoke dental clinic offers a professional teeth whitening treatment so that you can be proud to show off your pearly whites this season. There are even many options available over the counter that can provide a great result. But before you decide on a method that's right for you, let's talk about reasons why teeth tend to yellow or dull in the first place.

The Potential Causes of Teeth Discolouration

Over time, certain habits or factors can contribute to the discolouration and yellowing of the teeth.

These include:
  • Smoking
  • Drinking coffee, tea, wine or cola
  • Eating berries or other stain-causing foods
  • Having experienced prior trauma to the tooth/teeth experiencing discolouration
  • Aging

Looking at the causes above, it's clear to see why most of us experience teeth discolouration or staining! It's almost inevitable in the world we live in today. Thankfully, an in-office treatment with the dentist, or a take-home or over the counter whitening kit can produce a dramatic result for a patient... and friends and family will likely take notice!

"I'm dreaming of a white smile..."

Ready to brighten up in time for your winter holiday gatherings? If you're interested in our professional teeth whitening treatment, call our Etobicoke dentist today to book a consultation. We'd love to hear from you!


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