Dr. Sonia Kherani and her amiable team at Hardin Valley Family Dentistry boost teeth to the peak of pearliness in a friendly, comforting setting. Clients can recline in comfy chairs while their ivories are thoroughly sanitized, zapped with fluoride, and scrubbed with a fine tooth-comb. After de-blemishing bicuspids and dislodging clandestine Skittles, oral technicians inspect every micrometer of the mouthscape for signs of disease, creeping cavities, or loose molars plotting secession. Four bitewing x-rays ensures that every enameloid is observing proper posture and not encroaching on its neighbor’s personal space.
Dr. Eades, a former U.S. naval officer and dentist for more than 10 years, brightens the smiles of children and adults via corrective and preventive dental treatments and a large catalog of knock-knock jokes. Tennessee Valley Dental's staff helps to instill proper hygiene methods in its patients and works to keep pearly whites sparkling with dental procedures that include cleanings, porcelain crowns, root canals, wisdom-teeth extractions, and tooth-whitening services.
The hydrogen peroxide in DaVinci Teeth Whitening’s signature plant- and mineral-based whitening gel can brighten teeth by up to 14 shades. The formula was developed and manufactured by the DaVinci company to strengthen enamel as it whitens, making it a more durable alternative to paper tooth covers. When applied in-office, technicians pair the photosensitive gel with rays from an LED blue light, which accelerates the bleaching process. Patients can also whiten their teeth independently thanks to at-home kits.
The staff at SmileLabs of Oak Ridge are pros at teeth whitening. Team members assist clients in painting their teeth with a peroxide-based gel; the gel keeps teeth hydrated to reduce post-treatment sensitivity. Then, for 15–20 minutes, the Infinity Pro SL whitening accelerator's LED lamps kick the gel into action. The treatment can turn teeth two to eight shades whiter, making it more effective than at-home treatments and longer-lasting than painting teeth with whiteout.