New Patients Can Get Free Whitening for Life
We currently are offering free whitening for life (a $299 Value), which includes custom made trays with whitening gel refills. You can claim this offer if you become a new patient at Kirchner Dental and mention our Facebook ad at your first visit. (This offer is for new patients only and not valid with any other offers. Expires May 1st, 2018.)
Call our office today at (812) 913-6093 to schedule your first appointment, or you can contact us by using our online form!
Still want to learn more about teeth whitening and if it's right for you? Below we've included answers to common questions about teeth whitening and how it can change the look of your smile.
Try Teeth Whitening to End Your Smile Embarrassment
Nostalgia pictures are fun. Every Throwback Thursday, you can go online and see just how embarrassing everyone looked in those clothes and hairstyles from the 80's. If your teeth are stained and dingy, you might be worried that people are doing the same to you. Except it's not your 80's hairstyle that makes you feel uncomfortable—it's your smile. Thankfully, there is a fix. At Kirchner Dental in Jeffersonville, IN with Drs. Michael Kirchner and Kimberly Sherry, you can get professional teeth whitening and turn your smile into something to be proud of.
Teeth Change Color Over Time
At first glance, your teeth might look smooth. If you look closely enough, however, you'll see that the enamel on your teeth is not smooth at all. It's full of tiny craters, long grooves, and similar imperfections. These can trap miniscule amounts of food and drink. At first, you won't notice anything. That's why your teeth look fine in your teens and even twenties. Then, all of those tiny stains start to get noticeable. You've had so much wine, coffee, tea, soda, cigarettes, tomato sauce, and more, that it builds up. Before you know it, your white teeth are yellowed, dark, and dingy.
Over-the-Counter Whitening Doesn't Work
You can buy several kinds of teeth whitening products over-the-counter at drugstores and even grocery stores. But there are two problems with them. In order to be sold without a prescription, the FDA requires the whitening agents be diluted. These products still technically whiten your teeth, but instead of going from dull to white, you just go from dull to not as dull. You'll end up having to buy them over and over again to match the results you could get at Kirchner Dental in Jeffersonville, IN. Also, some of these products try to scrub away the stains with tiny abrasives. While this can work, anything strong enough to scrub those stains will also remove enamel.
Zoom Teeth Whitening
Top-notch Jeffersonville, IN dentist Drs. Michael Kirchner and Kimberly Sherry use Zoom teeth whitening because it works well. There are two options: in-office and take-home.
With the in-office teeth whitening treatment, we will first clean your teeth thoroughly. Then, trusted Jeffersonville, IN Drs. Michael Kirchner and Kimberly Sherry will carefully apply the Zoom whitening gel to your teeth. This is done three times in one hour. At the end, you'll have a bright, white smile again.
Take-home trays do not work as dramatically as the in-office version, but they still use the Zoom teeth whitening gel. You will wear trays over your teeth at night for a couple weeks. This process is slower, but it gives you more control. You will decide when your teeth are white enough to stop.
Teeth Whitening for Most Patients
Most people can use both the in-office and take-home Zoom teeth whitening systems. Because the pulp inside teeth is still growing for young people, you must be at least 16 years old. Also, bear in mind that teeth whitening systems work on enamel only, not dental work such as dental crowns or fillings.
Call Kirchner Dental in Jeffersonville, IN today at (812) 913-6093 or use our convenient online form for your next teeth whitening appointment. Dr. Dr. Michael Kirchner of Kirchner Dental received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Indiana University School of Dentistry, and has a lot of training and awards in his dental history.