There are many reasons why teeth can become discolored. The major reasons are: Diet - Drinking tea, coffee, red wine or other food and drink with strong colorings. Smoking - Smoking can result in teeth appearing a yellowish color. Age - As people grow older their teeth can become darker naturally. Tooth decay, fillings [...]
NO! There is no whitening solution for most dental work such as fillings, crowns, veneers, or partial or full dentures. If the color of your teeth matches the color of your dental work before whitening, the color of your teeth will most likely be different from the color of your dental work after whitening. [...]
Some patients report a temporary increase in sensitivity. Tender gums are also a known side effect especially if you are whitening at home and use too much of the whitening solution. Remember that a little is good, and a lot will not make your teeth any whiter.
Since the results vary from patient to patient there is no firm answer. We do know that teeth tend to become darker as time passes, so touch-up treatments are occasionally needed to keep the teeth lightened. Your eating, drinking, smoking and home care habits definitely have an effect on how long the treatment lasts. [...]
Your first appointment with Dr. Nikhil's Dental will include an exam and consultation, and may include X-rays. Following your exam, the dentist will explain recommendations for your care and give you the opportunity to discuss treatment options and ask questions.
Yes, oral health is extremely important especially during pregnancy. Prior to your first visit, you must obtain a release form from your doctor indicating that you can visit a dental office. We will not be able to take X-rays during your visit.
Of course, each dentist at Dr. Nikhil's Dental is fully licensed to practice dentistry.
We believe that everyone deserves a healthy mouth. So our dental care is not only thorough, but also affordable and accessible to all. ]Your first visit for a comprehensive exam and X-rays is free.* Your dentist will give you a comprehensive exam and recommend treatment to get your mouth on the road to healthy. [...]
On average, most Invisalign cases in this office take 1 year. Minor corrections may take as few as 3-6 months. With today's technology we can simulate the movements of your teeth before treatment is started. This shows how the teeth are expected to move and how long it may take.
At Dr. Nikhil's Dental, one of the tenets of our practice is the importance of patient education. We understand that sometimes treatment recommendations can seem scary, confusing, or complicated. We encourage our patients to ask questions, and we always allow enough time to go over every possibility. When we recommend a specific treatment to [...]