The Simplest, Least Invasive Cosmetic Dental Treatment

What is perhaps the most prevalent cosmetic dental procedure is also the simplest and least invasive: If you’d like to enhance your smile, you have to take advantage of Sunshine Dental’s teeth whitening in Houston, Texas.

Dr. Chau offers Zoom!® teeth-whitening, which only takes about an hour. And our office also can provide custom, take-home trays, enabling you to lighten your teeth several shades within a couple of weeks.

Many of our patients are very pleased with the effects of professional teeth-whitening, which is a process that lessens the appearance of stains and discoloration of tooth enamel and dentin.

Teeth discoloration can slowly sneak up on us, but the fact is, it’s not uncommon to have your bright, white smile lose its luster over the years. There are several factors that contribute to making your teeth look stained or discolored.

For instance, poor dental hygiene can affect the appearance of your teeth. And certain drinks, such as coffee, tea, soda, and wine, can discolor your teeth, as well. The same goes for smoking and other forms of tobacco.

Here at Sunshine Dental, we are happy to bring you professional teeth-whitening because we believe it can significantly increase your satisfaction with your appearance. And that’s very important!

So, to learn more about Dr. Chau’s teeth-whitening services, you can call our office at [phone]. We’ll be excited to hear from you.

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