Tooth discolouration can be the result of either surface staining or internal factors. As a general rule, your teeth become darker as you become older. This is part of the normal ageing process and the result of staining caused by the food you eat and drinks such coffee and tea.
Many people would prefer their teeth to be whiter and consider various stain removal and whitening options.
At Ramani Dental Studio, there are 3 different options to put a sparkle back in your smile.Our dedicated Hygiene service
The first option is to have your teeth thoroughly cleaned by one of our highly-trained hygienists. Scaling and polishing is carried out using special instruments. This removes all the plaque and tartar deposits that stick to the teeth and discolour them. Tartar, once formed on the teeth, cannot be removed by tooth brushing alone.
Our hygienists will give you the best advice on how to brush your teeth. This includes which toothbrushes to use and which toothpaste is best to help you maintain good oral hygiene at home and keep your teeth sparkling.
Finally, the hygienist will give your teeth a cosmetic clean using polishing paste. This will remove most staining from your teeth.Air Polishing Stain Removal
The air polishing method can be used to remove stubborn stains and surface discolouration from your teeth. It is a fine, pressurised stream of a non-toxic, aluminium-oxide powder which is passed over the teeth. This rapidly removes surface marks such tobacco stains and tea and coffee marks.Teeth Whitening
If you are self-conscious about the shade of your teeth or if you feel that your teeth have become dull and darker over time, professional teeth whitening may be a suitable option for you. You can discuss tooth whitening with any member of our team. Teeth whitening is a great, non-invasive procedure that really makes your teeth whiter and brighter.For more information on Teeth Whitening at Ramani Dental Studio please click here. If you have any questions about this particular treatment, please do not hesitate to contact us at the practice by calling 020 8651 0444 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please fill out the Ask the Experts form at the bottom of this page and we will get back to you as soon as possible.