Treating Coffee, Coke and Tea Stains - Glo Teeth Whitening
Your smile is the first thing that others note about you. A bright white smile is a sign of health and beauty. However, over time people may loose the natural luminescence of their teeth. And the teeth may appear yellow and dull. A leading cause of yellowed teeth is over consumption of drinks with staining agents – such as Coffee, Coke/Pepsi and Tea. Fortunately, there are several treatments available that can bring back your natural white smile. These include porcelain veneers, dental crowns, dental bonding, and professional teeth whitening.
While porcelain veneers and dental crowns are excellent cosmetic options, they necessitate a loss of small part of your tooth. In contrast, dental bonding does not require any loss of tooth, but the results are not as comparable to what professional teeth whitening could produce. Glo teeth whitening treatment is one of the best available treatments that can decaffeinate your smile, i.e. remove coffee, coke/pepsi and tea stains in less than an hour.
Why is GLO Teeth Whitening So Effective at Removing Coffee, Coke and Tea Stains?
Coffee, Coke and Tea stains are considered extrinsic stains. That is, these stains are on the outer surface of your teeth – the enamel. Glo Teeth Whitening uses a proprietary gel with hydrogen peroxide as the key ingredient. It also uses a proprietary warming light which quickly activates the gel. This gel penetrates your teeth and cleans it from inside out removing the stains. As a result, extrinsic stains such as those caused by coffee and tea are whitened not simply at the surface of the enamel, but beneath the surface as well.
The proprietary whitening gel is quite strong and requires application under a professional’s supervision. The warming light is designed in a way that it can activate the gel without harming your teeth. As a result, Glo Teeth Whitening is one of the most advanced teeth whitening options available to decaffeinate your smile. Results can last for five years or even longer, especially if patients are careful to avoid overconsumption of coffee, tea, and other stain-causing foods and beverages after their treatment.