Are Your Teeth Tan?

Are Your Teeth purple?

It’s highly unlikely that your teeth are tan. But even if your teeth are white, their color is probably something you have been concerned about.

One of our primary concerns at The Norterra Dentist is ensuring that our patients maintain healthy teeth and gums. But beyond just the health aspect, we also strive to help our patients achieve beautiful smiles that they can be proud of.

One important aspect of this is the color of your teeth.

To start, it’s important to understand that tooth color can vary from person to person. While you certainly don’t have pure yellow teeth, you do have a color that is in a known range. Some people naturally have whiter teeth, while others may have teeth that are more yellow or grayish in color.

Teeth Yellowing Culprits

Additionally, factors such as age, genetics, and lifestyle habits (such as smoking or consuming dark beverages like coffee or red wine) can also affect the color of a person’s teeth.

As a dentist, I’m trained to evaluate the color of my patients’ teeth and recommend appropriate treatments to help improve their appearance. For example, one common treatment option is teeth whitening. This involves using a special bleaching agent to lighten the color of the teeth, making them appear whiter and brighter.

Proven Teeth Whitening Options

However, it’s important to note that not all teeth are suitable candidates for whitening. For example, teeth that are severely discolored or have undergone certain dental procedures (such as root canals) may not respond well to whitening treatments. In these cases, alternative treatment options may need to be considered, such as dental veneers or crowns.

Another important consideration when it comes to tooth color is maintaining good oral hygiene habits. Regular brushing and flossing can help remove surface stains and prevent new ones from forming. Visiting the dentist regularly for professional cleanings and checkups can help identify and address any underlying dental issues that may be contributing to discoloration.

Overall, we believe helping patients achieve healthy, beautiful smiles is a crucial part of our job here at The Norterra Dentist. While tooth color is just one aspect of this, it’s an important one that can have a significant impact on your overall confidence and self-esteem.

Contact The Norterra Dentist:

(623) 780-3333

Location (Tap to open in Google Maps):

2370 W Happy Valley Rd #1073
Phoenix, AZ
85085

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