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Teeth whitening services and teeth whitening are a quick and easy way to whiten your teeth and make your smile brighter.

Types of Teeth Bleaching Services

1. In-Office Teeth Whitening

Using the latest LED light technology your dentist or dental hygienist can whiten your teeth 5-7 shades in an hour.

2. Teeth Bleaching at home 

At Home: In just two weeks you can whiten your teeth 5-7 shades by wearing the whitening tray for just a few hours a day.

Do you do dental work such as crowns or bridges? Replacing your teeth does not whiten them so you should whiten your teeth before dental treatment. Your dentist can then match your replacement teeth to your existing teeth that have been whitened.

Teeth whitening can help if your teeth are discolored. Bleaching is any process that makes teeth appear whiter. It can be done safely at home or in the dentist's office. It is best to consult a dentist before whitening your teeth.

Teeth Bleaching Kit

Teeth whitening options range from mild surface whiteners to more powerful ones that can also remove deeper stains. There are three main types of teeth whitening products:
  • Whitening toothpaste
  • Household Whitening Gel
  • Office whitening

Tips for Preventing Brown Spots

Whatever the cause of yellowing teeth, the following tips can help prevent yellowing in the future.
  • Brush twice a day after consuming food or beverages that contain dye.
  • Floss between teeth at least once a day
  • Rinse with water after consuming sweet or starchy foods or drinks
  • Avoid tobacco use
  • Get regular dental cleanings
  • Consult a dental health care professional at Stiles Dental

If you notice brown stains on your teeth that do not go away after brushing and flossing, enlist the help of your dentist to examine your oral health and ask the right questions to determine the cause.

Tooth Stains

One of the main causes of brown discoloration of the teeth is staining in foods and drinks.

Staining occurs on the outer surface of the teeth (enamel). Staining can be caused by a variety of foods and drinks, including red wine, coffee, tea, soft drinks, and dark-colored sauces. Fruits like blueberries and blackberries can also cause staining.

To prevent staining, try gargling with water after eating foods or drinks that cause staining. It is also a good idea to drink through a straw as much as possible to avoid exposing your teeth.