Ruggless Dental

How long does teeth whitening last?

Have you ever seen someone with a smile so beautiful, it didn't have a single stain or yellowish color?

That smile is accessible to you as well!

At Ruggless Dental, our professional teeth whitening is quick, painless, and beautiful.

Cosmetic Teeth Whitening in Springfield, IL

Professional teeth whitening is a growing trend in cosmetic dentistry that allows our Springfield, Close up of dental patients smile after professional teeth whitening in 62704IL patients to achieve brighter, more attractive smiles. While there are many teeth whitening products like toothpaste and gels, only a dental professional can genuinely achieve the whiteness many patients seek. 

At Ruggless Dental, our entire dental team works hard to provide our valued patients with cosmetic treatments that can help improve and enhance their image.  

Maintaining Your New White Smile

No two smiles are the same, along with their whitening treatments. Some patients might enjoy their newly whitened teeth for over a year while others just six months. The results will vary from person to person, and a lot depends on their lifestyle and diet. 

Some things can stain your teeth and keep them stained, such as:

  • Red wine, coffee, tea, and other dark-colored beverages
  • Smoking or tobacco products
  • Foods like curries and tomato sauces

Patients should always brush and floss their teeth daily to get rid of food particles and plaque that can coat their teeth and make them appear dull.

Teeth whitening is never a permanent process, and patients may need to touch up as time passes to keep their smiles dazzling. 

Schedule Your Teeth Whitening at Ruggless Dental

Dr. Shane Ruggless and his incredible dental staff are happy to offer further information and perform a dental exam to find any underlying dental problems. Contact our Springfield, IL dentist office today to schedule a consultation! 

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