Anthony Bartels, DDS
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Teeth Whitening

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When you look for a dentist, you probably have many questions about who will be right for you. Some of the questions we hear on a regular basis are included here. We will be happy to answer any additional questions you might have if you give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you.

Teeth Whitening

Bright Smile | Teeth Whitening Jonesboro ARAt the office of Anthony Bartels, DDS, we place a big emphasis on prevention because we would prefer to help our patients avoid dental conditions whenever possible. That is why we encourage patients to schedule regular dental exams and cleanings in order to maintain their health.

Professional dental cleanings are important. Even the most diligent brushers and flossers cannot reach every surface of every tooth, and calculus and bacteria collect in those places. When you have a professional dental cleaning, our skilled and gentle hygienists can remove calculus and bacteria from those hard to reach places, allowing you to have a fresh start after your dental cleaning. 

For each patient, we recommend a certain recall frequency. For many patients, twice-yearly is sufficient to maintain your health. For other patients who suffer from periodontal disease or have frequent decay, more frequent visits may be beneficial.

How Can I get Lifetime Whitening in Jonesboro?

Lifetime Whitening is a program designed to reward patients who keep their recommended hygiene appointments at our office. When you make and maintain your hygiene appointments, we reward you with a tube of whitening gel each year to use at home with your custom whitening trays. This ensures that you will have a healthy, white smile all the time. For more information, give us a call!

 

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