Do you want to know the quickest way to get a beautiful, bright smile? Have your teeth whitened with an in-office system by a dentist. I got mine FOUR shades whiter with the help of Dr. Charles D. Stetler at Preston Commons Dental Care in one visit. You can too and readers of TanyaFoster.com get a special discount!
Does the name Dr. Stetler ring a bell? It should. Dr. Lori Stetler of Dallas Center for Dermatology and Aesthetics is my dermatologist. You’ve seen lots of blog posts on here about her amazing work and the procedures I have tried. Her husband is Charles D. Stetler, DDS, FAGD and he has recently moved his dental practice to the park cities area and I am partnering with him, I got to learn More about the author and I am here to tell you about his practice and teeth whitening services. While his dental practice offers regular Dental Care, Smile Restoration, Cosmetic Dentistry, Invisalign and much more, today we will focus on in-office Teeth Whitening.
OK, I’m not including a lot of pictures of the actual teeth whitening process because honestly, its kind of gross to look at anyones teeth while retracted with a large plastic device. Look At This and be assured that this 90 minute procedure is painless and you will be amazed how much brighter your smile will be! Dr. Stetler and his staff will first examine your teeth and color match where you are. Through several rounds of whitening process (this is industrial strength material so they have to be very careful), Maricela, the registered dental assistant, used the Pola Advanced Tooth Whitening System combined with the Sapphire System light to get my teeth FOUR shades lighter. The Sapphire System light is used to cure the blue protective material on your gums. Believe me, you do not want the whitening gel anywhere near your gums or lips! I made it through three rounds of gel whitening and I am thrilled with the results. You will leave with an at-home whitening kit to continue the process for the next 5 days. This helps seal in your white.
Do you know why your teeth get discolored to begin with? Certain types of food and drink, medication and poor oral hygiene as well as genetics tend to be the leading causes. Personally, I drink coffee, tea and red wine and since the enamel on your teeth is porous, it absorbs the color and stains. In-office teeth whitening procedures remove the stain and brighten your teeth. While many over the counter products and toothpaste claim to whiten your teeth, they can only do so much. A professional service like this one offered at Preston Commons Dental Care is what it takes to get a truly brighter smile.
Dr. Stetler will tell you to take some Advil when you get home as your teeth will be a little sensitive. That’s it. One office visit for a much brighter smile. I’m so pleased with my results that Taylor is heading there next for the teeth whitening service. After all, the brides smile will definitely be noticed!
SPECIAL OFFER: Readers of TanyaFoster.com will get 10% off this teeth whitening service. Just mention that you saw it on the blog when you call to book your appointment. 214.361.6302
Now that’s something to SMILE about! xoxo – Tanya
Charles D. Stetler, DDS, FAGD | Preston Commons Dental Care | 214.361.6302 | 8117 Preston Road, Suite 150, Dallas, TX 75225
About Charles D. Stetler, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Stetler has been practicing dentistry since 1989. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Baylor University and his Doctorate of Dental Surgery at Baylor College of Dentistry. His practice started in Wylie and has just relocated to Dallas settling in the park cities area with Preston Commons Dental Care. He is a member of the American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association and the Dallas County Dental Society. In 2007, Dr. Stetler completed the requirements for the fellowship award for the Academy of General Dentistry. This award is only achieved by fewer that 10% of general dentists. He is now working on his Master in General Dentistry through the AGD.
This blog post done in collaboration with Preston Commons Dental Care. All opinions are my own.Tags: health, self improvement, teeth