How to Get a Whiter Smile Before the New YearDec. 15 2017
If Santa’s list is growing, your to-do’s are getting longer, and it seems like you’ll never get the lights up on the outside of your house before even the end of the month, it’s time to take a break and take care of yourself. Even though the holidays can bring magic and warmth into your home, they can also be stressful and leave you feeling more anxious than you may care to admit. Try to relax from all of the holiday hustle and bustle, come into Dr. Dean Glasser’s office, and get that white smile you’ve wanted— and, just in time for the new year.
Even though it can seem like there are various at-home whitening kits lurking around every corner of the grocery store practically calling your name, they aren’t going to be nearly as effective as one of Dr. Dean Glasser’s in-office treatments.
With a combination of laser technology and chemical bleaching, we can give you the visibly whiter smile that you’ve been wanting. Plus, because you’ll get to come into our office, that means you’ll get to get away from your hectic holiday schedule, sit in our chair, and relax while we work to give you the white smile of your dreams
Depending on how stained your teeth are, it will determine how many whitening sessions will be required. However, after just one session, most patients notice a visibly whiter smile that will be worth showing off at your next holiday party.
In- office whitening is more efficient than at-home whitening for a variety of reasons including the concentration of bleach used, the use of a laser, and the help of a professional like Dr. Dean Glasser. If you would like to learn more about how we can get you a whiter smile before the new year, contact our Melville office today!
Dr. Dean Glasser is a respected Cosmetic and General Dentist, serving Melville, NY and the greater Long Island area. A Professor at Columbia University Dental School, Dr. Glasser is recognized as a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and as a Fellow of the following organizations: the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Association of Hospital Dentistry and the Misch Implant Institute.