White Spot Removal — Brookline, MA

Make It Like They Were Never There

Woman getting removal for white spots on teeth in Brookline

It is possible for certain parts of your teeth to be too white. Obvious bright spots that stand out against the enamel are fairly common and are often the result of conditions that can’t be fully addressed at home or with store bought products. At Boston Smile Center, Dr. Sasson has developed a consistently successful method for eliminating annoying white spots on teeth in Brookline that ensures once they are gone, they stay that way.

Why Choose BOSTON SMILE CENTER for White Spot Removal?

  • Proven ICON Resin Infiltration Treatment
  • Immediate & Dramatic Results
  • Able to Eliminate All Types of White Spots

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Do you have white blemishes on your teeth that distract from your otherwise healthy and beautiful-looking smile? These can appear for several reasons and wear down your self-esteem over time. If having a bright smile that you’re proud to show off is important to you, you’ll be happy to know that Dr. Alan Sasson offers white spot removal in Brookline. Using some of the most advanced technology that dentistry has to offer, he can erase dental blemishes and refresh your grin. That way, instead of being embarrassed by it, you won’t be able to wait to show it off! If you believe you could benefit from this treatment, don’t hesitate to contact us today.

What Causes White Spots on Teeth?

There are several reasons that white spots can appear on your teeth. Fortunately, most of the causes are completely harmless, so there’s no need to worry. Plus, at Boston Smile Center, we can remove them and restore your smile. Some reasons that these may appear include:

  • Fluorosis happens when children consume large amounts of fluoride as their teeth are still developing. While this substance helps protect teeth, too much of it can cause enamel to appear discolored.
  • Enamel hypoplasia occurs as a result of vitamin deficiency, medicinal side-effects, and premature births or prenatal smoking. When your enamel doesn’t fully form and is less mineralized, it leaves your teeth vulnerable to decay and white spots can appear. The color of the blemishes can appear milky-white, brown, or yellow.
  • Demineralization of enamel typically occurs as a result of poor oral hygiene or patients who have braces. It happens when harmful oral bacteria wears down enamel and causes decalcification.

How Can You Get Rid of White Spots on Teeth?

Besides making a smile unattractive, these spots make teeth sensitive and prone to further decay. There is now great news for people who would love to rid their teeth of these unsightly spots. Icon is a revolutionary new dental technology that rebuilds enamel surface permanently and restores teeth to the uniform color of the surrounding teeth. The treatment is quick, easy, and affordable with no shots or driller required. Icon makes the blemishes completely disappear, as you can see from these before and after pictures.

How Can You Prevent White Spots on Teeth?

The best way to prevent white spots from forming on teeth is to take preventive measures, including:

  • Speak to Dr. Sasson about fluoride intake if you’re pregnant to prevent white spots from occurring on your baby’s developing teeth.
  • Quit smoking.
  • Be sure to only use a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste for children under the age of six.
  • Check the fluoridation of your tap water and discuss fluoride treatments with Dr. Sasson.
  • If you or your child wears braces, be sure to thoroughly brush around the brackets and wires regularly to reduce the risk of white spots developing.