July 10, 2014
Feeling confident in your smile is one of the best feelings a person can have. Many people consider a smile a first impression, and when you are completely happy in the way you present yourself to people, it can induce a very satisfying, secure feeling. However, when you are not happy with your smile, it can definitely have the opposite effects. One reason why someone may be unhappy with their smile is because of the lack of shine! Have a beautiful, white smile is something that many people want and may think is too difficult to accomplish. Dr. Malinda Kearbey and Dr. Brandon Kearbey are able to give you the beautiful, white smile you have always wanted using teeth whitening at their Hillsboro, OR dental office!
There are many things that can affect the luminosity of your smile, such as genetics, certain medications, alcohol use, foods and beverages. The way we are able to help you achieve the shiny smile you want is by offering at-home teeth whitening and in-office teeth whitening using the Kör Whitening Deep Bleaching System. With in-office whitening, you get your bright results in about an hour, and go on with the rest of your day! Simple and convenient!
The at-home whitening is for patients that would prefer a more gradual change in their smile. We will create bleaching trays that are made to fit your mouth and your mouth only, and we will also supply you with the whitening gel. Simply fill the trays with the gel and wear them as you sleep. Overnight, the gel will pulverize stains sitting on your smile, and every day your teeth will get whiter and whiter. After about two weeks, you will see the full results! If you are curious as to how Drs. Kearbey are able to whiten your smile, contact our Hillsboro, OR dental office today, and we would love to help!
Call The Dentists at Orenco Station if you’re ready to schedule your next appointment with Drs. Brandon and Malinda Kearbey. They are happy to care for patients from Forest Grove, Beaverton, Cornelius, Rock Creek, and beyond.
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