Spring – there’s no better time of year for feeling inspired to clean-up, throw-out and welcome in warmer, brighter days. And it’s not just our homes and vehicles that benefit from some extra effort put forth to get things sparkly and organized – even our mouths reap the rewards of some needed attention.
Squeaky Clean and Looking Bright
Did you think we were referring to your windows! No – we’re all about helping patients have their best smile and highest level of oral health. Achieving a beautiful smile, that not only looks healthy but actually is, means giving some time and attention to the basics – daily brushing and flossing and visits to the dental team for routine care. Committing to taking care of your dental health can help prevent major dental treatment, reduce expensive emergency visits and actually help keep your entire body in good shape. Spring is a great season to re-evaluate your oral health goals and start preparing your smile for the busy days of summer that are filled with family reunions, weddings, graduations and numerous photo opportunities.
Whitening Your Teeth – Now is a Great Time
A smile brightening treatment that seems even more popular during spring and summer is teeth whitening. Perfect for boosting a smile without extensive costs and time – a home whitening kit or in-office treatment can give someone that extra boost of confidence that makes showing off a smile fun and rewarding. The added advantage of multiple options of how, and where, you’re going to whiten your teeth means that even the most stubborn of stains can be resolved by electing to have in-office treatment that uses a stronger whitening solution compared to a take-home kit. And if you want to get the best whitening results – have a professional cleaning before so that teeth surfaces are free of plaque and calculus – enabling the whitening gel to have maximum impact.
If you’ve been busy cleaning out your home – don’t forget to take care of your smile and give it a fresh, new look that will keep you smiling for a long time to come.