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Why Bright Teeth Can Give You a Brighter Future!

Last updated 7 years ago

Life in the big city is never dull. There’s always somewhere to go, someone to see, and something to do.

But the spontaneity and excitement, not to mention coffee, wine, and food stains, can make it hard to keep your teeth clean and healthy. Any dentist in NYC will tell you to stick to your brushing and flossing routine, but that’s not always enough. That’s why procedures such as zoom whitening have become increasingly popular throughout NYC.

Teeth whitening is a simple way to give yourself a brighter, more dazzling smile. This process works by placing a peroxide gel over the enamel, or surface, of your teeth. This gel then seeps down to the next layer where discoloration happens: the dentin. The gel works to lighten up the dentin, giving your teeth a whiter glow.

Everybody looks better with a brighter smile.

  • White teeth look clean and healthy, and can enhance anyone’s appearance.
  • Looking great helps you feel great.
  • People can tell when you feel great.
  • People want to be around happy, confident people.

Brighter teeth can help you gain the confidence you need to handle that meeting or job interview. Not to mention, the process is easy and completely pain-free. How often can you say that about a dental procedure?

Cosmetic dentists can help enhance your smile in other ways as well. Lumineers are a type of hassle-free, long-lasting veneer that can transform your teeth, giving you the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted. Invisalign can also help, allowing you to straighten and even out your teeth discreetly. Your dentist can suggest what products and procedures will be best for your smile.

Dr. Kenn Kakosian DDS has been helping people like you obtain beautiful smiles all over NYC. Our amazing Britesmile technique can give you the white, dazzling teeth you’ve dreamed of. You deserve a beautiful smile, so let us help you get it!


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