Lefleur Dental Group
Glo Teeth Whitening
Glo Teeth Whitening is Safe and Effective
Glo Teeth Whitening is a safe and effective way to whiten teeth. Unlike at-home whitening products, Glo Teeth Whitening is performed by one of our professional dentists, Dr. William Mayfield, Dr. Gay Crosby, or Dr. Mickey Crosby, and utilizes the latest technology. The treatment takes just a single appointment and gives you immediate results. And because we perform it in-office, it’s much safer than at-home whitening kits that can cause damage to your tooth enamel.
Glo Teeth Whitening Can Restore Confidence
Having a set of yellow teeth can be embarrassing and make you feel self-conscious when smiling or interacting with others. Glo Teeth Whitening can restore your confident, radiant smile and help you feel your best. Studies have shown that nice teeth are associated with attractiveness, confidence, and success. Glo Teeth Whitening can help boost your confidence and improve your relationships.
Glo Teeth Whitening is Long-lasting
Glo Teeth Whitening is long-lasting, meaning you’ll have a bright, healthy smile for weeks. Unlike most over-the-counter whitening treatments, you won’t have to repeat the procedure frequently. And if you follow proper oral hygiene practices, the whitening effect can last up to six months.
Glo Teeth Whitening is Safe for Sensitive Teeth
Are you worried teeth whitening could make your sensitive teeth even more sensitive? Unlike many other whitening treatments, Glo Teeth Whitening contains a desensitizing agent that protects your teeth and gums during the procedure. This agent makes it safe for those with sensitive teeth or gum disease.
Glo Teeth Whitening Can Improve Oral Health
Glo Teeth Whitening not only gives you a beautiful smile but can also improve your oral health. By removing plaque and stains, the treatment can reduce the buildup of harmful bacteria in your mouth and prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath. Overall, Glo Teeth Whitening can improve the overall health of your mouth and body.
What is the Process?
In-office teeth whitening procedures like Glo Teeth Whitening, provided by LeFleur Dental Group, are becoming increasingly popular because of how fast, effective, and safe it is compared to other teeth whitening options. If you’re considering teeth whitening, we’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of Glo Teeth Whitening to ensure you have all the information you need before deciding to proceed with the procedure.
Consultation and Examination
The first step in the Glo Teeth Whitening procedure at LeFleur Dental Group is an initial consultation. Our dental professional will examine the condition of your teeth to establish whether your teeth are healthy enough to accept the treatment. They will also determine the type of stains on your teeth and suggest the possible results you can expect from this whitening technique. They will also advise you on how many sessions you need to achieve your desired results.
Once your dental professional has assessed your dental health and determined that you are a good candidate for whitening, they will begin whitening your teeth. With the Glo Teeth Whitening technique, a special gel is applied to your teeth and activated by a special light. This gel breaks up the stains on your teeth and whitens them to a more natural color over time. The whitening process takes an average of 45 minutes to an hour and comes with minimal discomfort.
After the whitening process is complete, your teeth will be sensitive for a short period of time. It’s essential to take good care of your teeth during this period, sticking to soft foods and avoiding anything that could stain them, such as coffee or soda. We will also advise you to brush and floss your teeth regularly and use a fluoride rinse to help reduce tooth sensitivity.
Your dental professional will provide you with a customized treatment plan based on the initial consultation, and you may need several sessions to achieve your desired results. The number of sessions you need depends on the extent of the staining on your teeth and the level of whitening you desire.
Maintenance of Whiter Teeth
To maintain your newly whitened teeth, you must make some small changes to your dental hygiene routine. Start by avoiding dark-colored beverages such as tea, coffee, cola, red wine, and fruit juices, which can all stain your teeth. Smoking is also a known cause of tooth discoloration and should be avoided. Brushing your teeth regularly, using a whitening toothpaste, and flossing daily should become a permanent part of your dental care routine.