West Hollywood Cosmetic Dentist, Dr. Poneh Ghasri, is Now Offering Free In-Office Teeth Whitening
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- West Hollywood cosmetic dentist, Dr. Poneh Ghasri, is now offering free in-office teeth whitening treatments. Teeth are usually naturally white, but may discolor over time. Dental enamel is naturally porous, so it tends to absorb stains from foods, drinks, tobacco and other substances. Additionally, when enamel thins as a result of acid erosion or other factors, the natural yellow or gray of the dentin can show through. Teeth whitening allows patients to restore their natural tooth color.
About Dr. Poneh Ghasri, Dentist West Hollywood
A premier West Hollywood teeth whitening expert, Dr. Poneh Ghasri is in great demand. Her work in the entertainment and modeling industries is well-known, and she has a reputation for compassion and unparalleled artistry and technique. She completed her degree in neuroscience at UCLA before attending its School of Dentistry, from which she earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery. She has completed advanced training in the fields of cosmetic, restorative and implant dentistry, and she has been named a "Top Lumineers Dentist" and a West Hollywood Invisalign "Preferred Provider." Visit http://www.cosmeticdentistwesthollywood.net to learn more.
Several types of teeth whitening are available. This special includes an in-office teeth whitening treatment with any paid new patient exam, cleaning and dental X-rays, the cost of which may be covered 100 percent by the patient's dental insurance. In-office teeth whitening can be one of the fastest ways to brighten teeth. The whitening solution is painted directly onto teeth and activated with a high-intensity light. Dr. Ghasri can use in-office whitening to bleach external stains such as those from substances.
Intrinsic stains, or stains that are associated with dental trauma or certain medications, may be better managed through veneers. Porcelain veneers and Lumineers can both be options. Veneers are wafer-thin shells that are shaped to fit the fronts of the teeth and conceal underlying flaws. They look incredibly similar to natural dental enamel and can be used to create a bright, luminous smile. The primary difference between the two cosmetic procedures is the application process: Lumineers generally require no preparation while dental veneers require some alteration of the natural tooth structure. Other treatments are also available, including dental bonding, Invisalign, dental implants and smile makeovers.
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