Now that a new semester is here, students are gearing up for studying, note taking, and meeting tons of new people. With each new semester comes a new slate, and wanting to make the best first impression possible is very important. Whether it is a fellow student or your favorite professor, making sure you look your best is crucial. If your smile is less than dazzling, you may find it hard to be confident in the way you look, and can negatively affect the way you interact with the people around you. Having a stained smile is never esthetically pleasing, and Dr. Donald M. Marks and Dr. John A. Martin are able to whiten the smiles of their patients using teeth whitening.
There are so many factors that can contribute to our smiles dulling over time, including coffee, tea, wine, certain medications, additives in food, and even genetics. Having a bright, beautiful smile is a sign of health and liveliness, and if that is compromised, it can be damaging to one’s self-esteem. Dr. Marks has extensively researched the results of certain whitening procedures, and believes that at-home whitening is the most beneficial to his patients.
With at-home whitening, we will be able to have custom whitening trays made for you, ensuring a personalized treatment and the most amazing results. We also offer whitening trays that are already made; it is up to you as to which you prefer. We also will be able to provide you with professional-grade whitening gel, giving you amazing, professional results. All you have to do is fill the whitening trays with the gel and wear them for an hour. Though you will see a whiter smile right away, the full results will be seen over the course of about two weeks! If you want the help of our doctors in achieving a radiant smile, contact our State College dental office today!
Call our State College dental office for an appointment. We are able to take care of whatever general, cosmetic, or restorative dental need you may have! We serve patients from Park Forest Village, Spring Mills, Centre Hall, Huntingdon, Altoona, Penns Valley, Boalsburg, Lemont, Bellefonte, Lewiston, Philipsburg, Port Matilda, University Park, Pleasant Gap, and Hollidaysburg.