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Sport a New, Even-Colored Smile with White Spot Removal from Dr. Sasson

February 5, 2013

You’ve straightened your smile, polished it, kept it healthy – but what about those ugly white spots that you can’t seem to get rid of, no matter how much you brush? White discoloration is a common problem, not to mention a frustrating one. They normally form because of calcium loss in the enamel of your teeth, which can be caused by eating foods and drinks high in acid as a child or even by wearing orthodontic braces when you were a teenager. Here at Boston Smile Center, our team definitely doesn’t think you should be punished with unsightly spots simply because you wanted to better your smile. You deserve flawless, even-colored teeth that you’ll be proud to share with the world around you. That’s why Dr. Sasson and his team are happy to offer white spot removal as one of several cosmetic procedures in Brookline, MA.

Keep Your Smile Stunning and Your Self-Confidence High

White spots don’t only ruin the beauty of your smile – they can also make your teeth too sensitive and open them up to further decay. In order to get rid of them, we use Icon, a revolutionary new tool that makes white spot a quick and painless process. By utilizing a gel that opens the pore system of the white spot lesions, our team can bring back your natural tooth color as well as permanently build new enamel, keeping your new results long-lasting and lovely.

This form of white spot removal treatment is quick, easy, and affordable. No shots, drills, or surgery is required to achieve noticeable results, and the entire appointment can be finished in as little as twenty minutes!

Are you in need of white spot removal? You can learn more about the process here, and feel free to peruse our website for more information about the other cosmetic dentistry techniques we can offer you. Feel free to call Boston Smile Center in Brookline, MA if you have any questions, or if you’re ready to schedule your FREE consultation with Dr. Sasson today.

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