These Are Not Your Mother’s Braces: Clear, Removable Orthodontics

If you can’t embrace that gap between your two front teeth, clear braces might be the best solution for you. Invisalign® aligners straighten teeth, while giving you the freedom to remove your braces on special occasions. Enhance the appearance and function of your smile with clear, removable braces. Philadelphia dentist Dr. Len Tau offers this updated form of orthodontics for adults and older teens who wish to perfect their smile without the hassle of wires and brackets.

Don’t waste another day being unhappy with the appearance of your smile; schedule an appointment with Philadelphia, PA dentist Dr. Tau today to discuss if Invisalign is right for you. Call 215-987-2530.

What is Invisalign?

Made from clear, thin plastic, these orthodontic aligners are custom-made to effect gradual changes to the alignment of your teeth. For patients with mild-to-moderate misalignment or crowding, Invisalign will provide the same results as traditional braces, while sparing you the juvenile appearance of stainless steel wires and brackets. The aligners will gently shift your teeth into a more balanced position, improving the appearance of your smile. Unlike traditional braces, Invisalign doesn’t irritate your gums and cheeks because it’s made with thin plastic, which provides a comfortable fit inside your mouth.

With Invisalign, you have the freedom to occasionally remove your braces for special events. If you have a big presentation and don’t feel comfortable wearing your braces, you can easily slip them out of your mouth for the duration of the presentation. To keep your aligners functioning optimally, remove them at meal and snack times and when you’re drinking any beverage that isn’t water. To keep your teeth healthy and bright, you will need to brush and floss after you eat before replacing the aligners in your mouth.

Dr. Tau recommends that you wear your removable orthodontics for 20-22 hours a day, in order to achieve the most beneficial results. Aligners should be switched every two weeks. Every time you begin wearing a new set of aligners, you are advancing to the next stage in your orthodontic treatment.

Benefits of Removable Orthodontics

Although there is a long list of Invisalign benefits, the biggest one is their discreet appearance. Aligners are made from BPA-free plastic that is thin and clear, meaning your peers won’t notice when you’re wearing your braces. We find that most patients really enjoy this feature. They can perfect the appearance of their smile, without altering their appearance in the process.

Invisalign aligners are very easy to care for. Unlike traditional braces, you won’t have to worry about food getting stuck in between your braces, nor will you have to limit the foods that you eat. During mealtime, simply remove your aligners and place them back in your mouth when you’re done eating.

Clear braces are more comfortable than traditional braces because they don’t require the use of sharp brackets and wires. The plastic fits snuggly in your mouth and doesn’t rub or irritate your gums or the insides of your cheeks.

For patients who choose to receive Invisalign orthodontics, Dr. Tau recommends that they see him every six weeks for routine checkups. This gives him the opportunity to assess your progress and make sure that you’re getting the most out of your orthodontic treatment.

Each case is different; therefore the duration of your treatment depends on the placement of your teeth. However, you can expect to wear your clear braces for roughly 9-15 months. After deciding that Invisalign is the right option for you, Dr. Tau will take radiographs (digital pictures) of your mouth, along with dental impressions. During this appointment, Dr. Tau will assess your dental needs and provide you with a unique treatment plan. Your impressions will be sent off to the Invisalign lab, where your custom-made aligners will be created.

If you think Invisalign is the best solution to fix your smile, schedule an appointment with Philadelphia, PA dentist Dr. Tau today. Call 215-987-2630.

3 Ways Dentures with Dental Implants Will Change Your Life

 

dental implant dentures on older coupleIf you’ve made the decision to get implant-retained dentures with Philadelphia dentist Dr. Len Tau, then you’ve already taken a big step toward changing your life. Toothless grins may be cute on little children, but as adults they cause serious dental issues, such as shifting and rotating in your remaining teeth. Missing teeth also cause changes in your bite, reducing your ability to chew effectively, and preventing you from socializing with family and friends due to embarrassment. These fears diminish with the addition of dental implants to stabilize your dentures.

If you haven’t taken the first step to get dental implants with Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Tau, schedule an appointment today. We’re happy to get you all the information you needed to make an informed decision. Call 215-515-7941.

Dental implants improve your quality of life in a multitude of ways, however we want to discuss the top three: eating, smiling, and speaking.

Dental Implants, Dentures, and Dinner 

One of the most basic joys in life is enjoying a delicious meal. Dentures shouldn’t limit you from feeling this joy. Dental implants stabilize your prosthetic teeth and provide extra support for biting and chewing. Your dentures won’t fall out when you bite into your dinner. In fact, implant dentures promote a more efficient bite and improve your ability to chew. Your false teeth will feel natural in your mouth, eliminating the need to stay away from your favorite foods.

Dr. Tau surgically imbeds the dental implants into your healthy jawbone, to provide a durable attachment site for your prosthetic teeth. With implant-retained dentures, you’ll regain the freedom to eat what you want, while abandoning the fear of embarrassingly losing your teeth during dinner. Foods that may have been off limits, such as corn on the cob and whole apples, will be back on the menu.

Look At That Smile! 

When you made the decision to get dentures, you knew that the appearance of your smile would be restored. But, what you may not have known is that your oral health will be restored also. Tooth loss causes undesirable changes in your mouth and leads to the spread of bacteria. Dental implants promote healthy bone structure by recreating a connection between your dentures and your jawbone. Unlike with traditional dentures, there’s no risk of facial collapse due to bone deterioration.

If a healthy mouth isn’t enough reason to smile, implant-retained dentures fit comfortably in your mouth. Dr. Tau will take impressions of the structures in your mouth and create a customized set of false teeth for you. Implant dentures don’t rub against gum tissue; therefore they cause little to no irritation in your mouth. Along with that, you’ll smile bigger knowing your toothy grin is natural looking and comfortable.

Speak with Ease

Lisps and whistling noises occur when you attempt to talk with missing teeth. Dental implants secure your false teeth in your mouth, which eliminates potential slipping. Of course, you’ll need time to get used to your dental implants and dentures, but once you do, you shouldn’t experience any trouble communicating with your friends and family.

Many patients adapt to their implant-retained dentures quicker than they do with traditional false teeth. This is because the teeth feel natural in their mouths, providing them with the feeling they had before losing any teeth.

Dr. Tau diligently works to ensure that your dental implants heal properly and fully before he attaches your dentures. After your procedure is complete, you will regain full function of your teeth, leading to the ability to speak with ease.

With many other benefits, dental implants are an excellent way to restore dental function and improve your quality of life. Schedule your appointment with Philadelphia dentist Dr. Tau today by calling 215-515-7941.

The 5 FAILS of Traditional Dentures

five fails of denturesNot only is losing a mouth full of teeth an uncomfortable ordeal, but it can prevent you from eating healthy foods, enjoying life to the fullest, and smiling confidently. With advancements made in the dental industry, there are now a variety of teeth replacement options, including dental bridges, dentures, and implant-supported restorations. How do you know which one is right for you? Although traditional dentures have been around the longest and do provide an affordable option to repairing your smile, they are not always the best solution.

Outlined below are the five fails of traditional dentures to help provide information on why another tooth replacement option may be better suited for you. If you have recently experienced extensive tooth loss, we invite you to schedule a consultation with Philadelphia, PA dentist Dr. Tau to review the teeth replacement options available. You can also call (215) 584-4452.

Dentures Can Hurt

Because dentures rest directly on your gums, they have a tendency to rub against the soft and hard tissues of your mouth. This can cause mouth sores, discomfort, and difficulty eating. Over time, as the dentures continue to rub, bone degeneration is inevitable. This bone loss condition causes the hard tissues within the jawbone to breakdown and be resorbed by the body. Bone degeneration can lead to chronic jaw pain and deformity.

Dentures Need Relining

When first designed, the gum-colored base of your denture will fit snuggly against your gums. However, as the bone tissue within your jawbone continues to breakdown, it can cause the base of your denture to fit uncomfortably. When this occurs, your dentist will recommend a soft or hard relining to add depth and cushion. Although beneficial for improving the fit of your denture, this will need to take place every year and can become costly.

Dentures Can Slip and Wobble

Dentures can slip and wobble even when designed from the most precise impressions by the best lab technicians. Patients with traditional dentures often find that they can slip out of place or create an awkward clicking sound when eating or talking. Because they are only held in place with suction, gravity, and an adhesive, there is nothing permanent holding your denture in place other than keeping your teeth closed, which is virtually impossible when going about your day.

Dentures Can Fall Out

In worst-case scenarios, dentures can completely fall out, especially if biting down on something hard. Even if it’s never happened to you, just knowing that it’s possible can cause anxiety, especially when out in public.

Dentures May Break if Dropped

Each night your denture will need to be removed for cleaning, and to give your jawbone a break while you’re sleeping. If you’re tired when removing your denture, or simply just not paying close enough attention, just one misstep of placing the denture too close to the edge of the counter could put your denture in danger. Although dentures are made from durable materials, the materials used are not hard enough to withstand a drop. When dentures are dropped, there is a possibility of them being broken, or at the very least damaged.

Make an Appointment

For more information on choosing the best tooth replacement option for you, schedule a consultation with Philadelphia, PA dentist Dr. Tau today. You can contact us online or by calling (215) 584-4452.

Dr. Tau Explains Everything You Need to Know About Tooth Stains

 

Couple after professional tooth whiteningTeeth stain for many reasons. Sometimes, you don’t have to do anything to get stains on your teeth-they just kind of appear. As you get older, your teeth can develop stains from years of accumulated food and drink residue, leaving you unhappy with the appearance of your smile. Other factors, such as medication and tobacco products can also lead to discolored teeth. Philadelphia, PA dentist Dr. Len Tau uses KoR Whitening to remove even the toughest stains. Professional tooth whitening can dramatically enhance the appearance of your smile, causing you to feel more confident.

Schedule your tooth whitening appointment with Philadelphia, PA dentist Dr. Tau today to eliminate those hard to remove tooth stains. Call 215-584-4452.

Types of Stains

There are two main types of tooth stains: intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic stains are hard to remove on your own, while store bought products can reduce the appearance of extrinsic stains.

Intrinsic Stains

As the name suggests, these stains occur deep within the structure of your tooth. Intrinsic stains affect the dentin, which is a sensitive tissue found below tooth enamel, on the inside of your tooth. These stains were once thought to be impossible to remove; however with KoR Deep Bleaching, Dr. Tau can easily eliminate these stains. Intrinsic stains are often caused by tetracycline exposure. Tetracycline is found in antibiotics that are often used to treat a variety of bacterial infections. These hard to remove stains can also be the result of physical tooth trauma, such as a sports injury to the mouth, or an impact from a bike accident.

Extrinsic Stains

Extrinsic stains are easier to remove from tooth enamel. These stains are harder to avoid because they can easily appear due to consuming staining foods and drinks. Red wine, coffee, tea, and soda are common causes of extrinsic stains. These beverages are dark in color; therefore they can leave lines and pigment stains on tooth enamel. Consuming red pasta sauces and dark berries can also result in extrinsic staining.

Store bought tooth-whitening products, such as whitening toothpastes and mouthwashes can reduce the negative appearance of extrinsic stains. These products work to gradually lift the topical stains from your tooth enamel, improving the color of your teeth in the process. For more profound, longer lasting results, it’s important to seek out professional tooth whitening from Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Tau.

Aging

Aging is a common factor for discolored smiles. As you get older, your dentin darkens and tooth enamel thins. These events cause your teeth to stain more easily. Younger teeth are easier to whiten for this exact reason. Dr. Tau can brighten up your smile with tooth whitening, but if you’re still unhappy with your smile after receiving whitening treatment, he can recommend porcelain veneers, dental crowns, or bonding to further enhance that state of your smile.

Professional Tooth Whitening

Dr. Tau uses KoR Whitening to permanently whiten the appearance of teeth by eliminating unattractive stains. This type of professional tooth whitening is the most effective and reliable form, removing stains that were once thought to be impossible to eliminate. KoR Deep Bleaching seals the whitening ingredients inside the tray, so that gel doesn’t seep into your mouth while wearing them. This prevents the whitener from being diluted by saliva and reduces sensitivity to your teeth and gums. Dr. Tau will recommend that you wear your whitening trays every night for two weeks to receive the most beneficial results.

KoR Whitening differs from other tooth whitening techniques because it reestablishes your teeth’s ability to absorb oxygen. The deep bleaching gel used in KoR Whitening works hard to dissolve the molecular component of stains, completely removing them, and leaving you with a radiant smile. Most patients experience little or no tooth sensitivity with KoR professional whitening.

For more information on comfortable, permanent teeth whitening, schedule your appointment with Philadelphia, PA dentist Dr. Tau today. Call 215-584-4452.

Dentist Philadelphia | Same-Day Crowns Make Restoration Fast, Without Sacrificing Beauty

dental crown explanationDental crowns are placed over weak, cracked, broken, or decayed teeth. They serve as protective shields and replace the enamel for biting and chewing. In addition, they can provide a natural-looking correction for heavily discolored teeth. Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Len Tau offers same-day crowns for patients with the help of CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) technology. CEREC allows Dr. Tau to quickly and effectively prepare your tooth and crown in a single dental visit.

Protect the appearance and function of your tooth with same-day crown restorations. To schedule your appointment with Dr. Tau in Philadelphia, PA, call 215-631-3662 today.

Benefits of Crowns

If you have a tooth that is plagued with decay, a dental crown poses as a perfect solution. Crowns are composed to ensure durability, as well as appear natural looking. If you’re tooth is beginning to split, Dr. Tau can place a porcelain crown over it to hold the tooth together.

Professional teeth whitening enhances the appearance of your smile, but sometimes a tooth doesn’t respond to the whitening agents. In that case, Dr. Tau can place a crown over the pesky, discolored tooth. The crown will blend naturally with your smile and no one will notice the once-discolored tooth.

Same-Day Crowns

With the help of CEREC technology, Dr. Tau can place a dental crown in a single visit. He will begin the dental visit by sculpting your problematic tooth. After he prepares the tooth, he will take measurements of your teeth and mouth so that a unique crown can be created for you. Same-day crowns don’t require the use of a temporary crown. With traditional crowns, a temporary crown must be used while the permanent crown is being created in an off-site dental lab. CEREC allows for the customized crown to be created in the dental office, so you can avoid temporary crowns altogether.

CEREC technology uses advanced 3D scanning to create a one of a kind ceramic crown for you. The measurements taken by Dr. Tau are entered into the machine, where they are used to sculpt your personalized crown from a high-quality ceramic block. This procedure is completed by an in-office milling machine, which allows for same-day crowns.

Once the crown is completely sculpted, Dr. Tau will attach the ceramic crown to your tooth. To ensure the durability and stability of your crown, he will permanently bond the crown to you tooth. 

Why Should I Choose CEREC?

We understand that you maintain a busy schedule. At Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence, we want to limit the amount of time you have to spend restoring your smile. We’re committed to quick, effective results. With same-day crowns, patients can restore their tooth without impacting their busy schedules. Although the crowns are created quickly, they maintain the same high-quality and esthetic appearance as traditional crowns. With proper care, your same-day crown will be a long-lasting restoration.

Crown Care

Caring for a crown is fairly simple. Dr. Tau recommends twice-daily brushing and flossing after each meal. Along with this, you should also schedule regular dental visits to check the placement of your crown. This time will allow Dr. Tau to examine the crown to ensure that it is effectively covering the problematic tooth and continuing to enhance the overall appearance of your genuine smile.

For more information about how CEREC technology and Dr. Tau can create a customized crown for you, call our Philadelphia, PA office today. Call 215-631-3662.

Dentist in Philadelphia, PA | Do You Need an Implant and Crown & Bridge?

Happy woman showing off her smileIf you’ve lost a tooth, it’s a good idea to educate yourself on the different options for tooth replacement, such as dental implants and a crown and bridge. Both are wonderful options for replacing a missing tooth. When your smile lacks all its intended teeth, it can leave you feeling a dip in your confidence or embarrassment with the appearance of your smile. With a dental implant or crown and bridge, you can restore your smile and begin feeling great about your smile again. Philadelphia dentist Dr. Len Tau can help you determine which restorative option best suits your unique needs.

We’re happy to set you up with an appointment to meet with Dr. Tau, so he can help you regain confidence in your smile. Schedule your appointment today by calling our Philadelphia, PA office. Call 215-791-8615.

Before diving into which option fits your needs, it’s important to understand the basics of a tooth. Teeth have two main components, the root of the tooth and the crown. The root is exactly what it sounds like; it holds the tooth in its correct position and sits securely below the gum line. The crown is the visible part and is covered by enamel, which acts as a protective coating surrounding the tooth.

When you’re missing a tooth, either replacement option solves the problem at hand, but which option should you go with?

Dental Implant

A dental implant will leave you with a natural-looking replacement tooth that is fully functional. This means you shouldn’t experience any trouble speaking or eating with an implant. Dr. Tau will begin this procedure by inserting a biocompatible titanium base into your jawbone. We understand that this may sound a bit scary, however, once the dental implant process is complete, you’ll be left with a permanent replacement that looks and acts just like your original tooth. Before Dr. Tau can place the crown portion of the implant, he will need to ensure that the base as healed completely in your jawbone. Once he’s sure of this, he will place a porcelain crown on top of the base. This crown will match the rest of your smile, so there’s no need to worry about this tooth standing out from the others.

With this procedure, you will need about 4-6 months to recover from the placement of the titanium base in your bone. Your jawbone will remain healthy, and you may even end up forgetting that you ever lost a tooth in the first place! Although this is the more permanent option, it is more expensive and time consuming in the long run. You won’t experience any shifting of your teeth though, and you will have chosen a permanent solution for fixing your missing tooth.

Crown and Bridge

By choosing the combination of a crown and bridge, you will be choosing the less expensive option. Saving money is always a perk, but remember that a crown and bridge will need more maintenance and/ or replacement in the long-term, unlike an implant. Although this option isn’t permanent and requires more long-term maintenance, it does allow for a quicker solution for fixing your missing tooth. A bridge is used to cover the gap that is created from a missing tooth. To begin this procedure, Dr. Tau will place two crowns around the gap, on the healthy teeth on either side. The bridge is the prosthetic tooth that is connected to the two crowns and sits over the place where your tooth was lost.

Not only is this alternative method less expensive and produces faster results than a dental implant, but it will also guarantee that your teeth won’t shift. The bridge will stabilize the adjacent teeth to prevent them from drifting into the gap, which could upset your alignment and bite. A crown and bridge may feel unusual at first, but you will quickly get used to this new feeling and enjoy the benefits of having a tooth back in that open space.

No mater which option you decide to go with, Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Tau, is happy to assist you in fixing the gap created from those pesky, missing teeth. Schedule an appointment today with our Philadelphia, PA office. Call 215-791-8615.

Dental Veneers Replace Multiple Cosmetic Procedures

 dentist hands holding dental veneersWhen you have a smile that’s stained from food and drink or a crooked tooth throwing off the overall appearance of your smile, dental veneers could be a perfect solution for you. This cosmetic procedure perfects smiles that may have a chipped tooth or noticeable gap. Having the smile that you’ve always dreamt about not only boosts your self-esteem, but can positively influence your social life too. Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Len Tau, knows the importance of first impressions and wants to help you show your best smile to the world.

For more information about dental veneers, call our Philadelphia, PA office today to schedule your consultation. Call 215-337-2853.

What are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are wafer-thing porcelain shells that fit over your smile teeth, and provide a new surface for the world to see. They can improve the color, shape, and size of your teeth, to create a beautifully balanced smile.

The application of dental veneers is fairly simple. These tooth-colored shells are bonded to the front portion of your tooth during this minimally invasive procedure. The shells are thin and durable, so you shouldn’t experience any discomfort when the dental procedure is complete. After your dental veneers are in place, you will be left with a natural looking smile that’s straighter and more even than it was before.

Another benefit of dental veneers is that your smile will appear whiter than it was before, because we can create a custom color for you that’s brighter than your natural enamel. You will notice immediate results in the overall appearance of your smile.

Caring for Your Dental Veneers

Maintaining your dental veneers is extremely easy, with twice-a-day brushing and daily flossing, your dental veneers will last you for many years to come. It’s always a good idea to come in regularly for professional cleanings and dental exams. Not only will six-month visits help prevent cavities, they will also ensure that your dental veneers last longer.

Dental Veneers Replace Alternative Cosmetic Procedures

Similar to dental veneers, teeth whitening and dental bonding are smart ways to enhance your smile, however they don’t come with as many benefits as dental veneers do.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening will only improve the color of your teeth, which will leave you happier with your smile, but won’t solve the gap in your smile or fix the chipped tooth that you acquired during that basketball game a few years ago.

Dental Bonding

Dental bonding is a great solution for a whiter smile, as well as for fixing any chipped teeth you may have. Dental bonding includes the placement of a composite resin material onto the surface of your tooth, leaving you with a more perfect smile. Unlike, veneers, however, bonding is only good for repairing one or two teeth.

If you want to fix more than just the discoloration of your smile or a chipped tooth, dental veneers are your best option. Although this procedure is more expensive than the other cosmetic options, it is permanent, meaning you won’t have to worry about fixing these problems in the future. Dental veneers resist staining, unlike natural teeth, therefore you won’t be required to change your diet, however it is recommended that you limit the amount of staining food and drinks that you consume to ensure the maintenance of your beautiful smile.

When Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Tau places your dental veneers, you’ll rest assured knowing that your dental veneers will match your smile perfectly. The only thing people will be able to notice is your new and improved smile! This cosmetic procedure corrects multiple issues that may be holding you back from loving your smile.

To determine whether or not dental veneers are a good solution for you, call Philadelphia dentist, Dr. Tau today to schedule an appointment. Call 215-337-2853.

Teeth Whitening: Dentist-Administered vs Store-Bought

Teeth whitening products have been an economical option to whiten teeth at home for years. These over-the-counter applications may be a less expensive option than professional whitening treatment in a dentist’s office, but are they as effective? What are the benefits to having Dr. Tau, a Philadelphia dentist, administer teeth whitening instead of using the strips, gels, and pastes purchased at a pharmacy?

For more information about professional teeth whitening or to schedule a consultation, contact The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence at (215) 969-4400.

Better Coverage

Teeth whitening strips are only designed to cover the front 6 teeth on the top and bottom arches. This leaves the molars (back teeth) untouched.

Trays purchased in over-the-counter kits are designed to fit everyone’s mouth. Therefore, you may find the trays too large or too small. A poorly fitted whitening tray can cause gum irritation, sores, and negatively affect the distribution of whitening gel, thus interfering with desired results

In a dentist’s office, impressions will create a custom fitted tray fabricated to your mouth. The perfect fit ensures that an equal amount of teeth whitening gel remains consistently in contact with each tooth. This regularity promotes uniformity and consistency in results.

Greater Efficiency

Over-the-counter teeth whitening kits may eventually brighten your tooth enamel, but results could take weeks or months and several applications to fully develop. In some cases, whitening efforts may not ever deliver what you’d hoped to achieve.

The whitening process Dr. Tau uses, KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching™ System, works overnight while you sleep. A few in-office treatments are required, and the rest can be done at home, using the prescription-grade product Dr. Tau will provide. If you maintain treatment as needed, the results can last indefinitely.

Ultimate Effectiveness

Purchasing a whitening kit at the store is a one-size-fits-all approach. The kits are typically made with a weak formula, which produces varied results that cannot compete with the more concentrated formulas a dentist can offer. As with most over-the-counter treatments and medications, a doctor-prescribed or monitored option simply has a higher level of potency.

Dr. Tau uses a whitening formula that is available only to dentists. This medical-grade formula can remove stronger, more stubborn stains that over-the-counter systems cannot effectively erase.

Safety and Comfort

Store-bought teeth whitening kits are relatively safe and rarely dangerous. In addition to displeasing results, some patients have complained of discomfort. This can be due to a number of issues but could be caused by the whitening agent coming in contact with the gums or lips. Trays and strips that are too big or too small can also cause discomfort along the gums and lips.

By creating trays from dental impressions for a custom fit, the whitening trays you receive from Dr. Tau will be comfortable and effective. KöR whitening results can be achieved overnight with little or no sensitivity. As a bonus, you can keep your custom-fitted trays and re-use them in the future!

Before beginning your treatment, Dr. Tau will conduct a full oral health evaluation to make sure your mouth is ready to undergo whitening treatment. He will also determine the cause of your dental stains and discuss with you how to reduce their recurrence. Are your stains due to drinking soda and red wine or smoking tobacco? Or is there another reason that your teeth appear gray or yellow? Once you know why your teeth discolored, you can take steps to keep them whiter in the future. Re-treatment with KöR is also an option, should your teeth begin to discolor, though the initial results should last quite some time. Your behaviors will have an impact on the longevity of results.

Schedule Your Teeth Whitening Appointment in Philadelphia Now

Having a beautiful smile is important to your self-image and how others perceive you. Teeth whitening has become one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedures requested in dentist offices across the globe. Dr. Tau is an experienced Philadelphia dentist with years of training in cosmetic treatments. He will create a safe, effective treatment plan to help you achieve a brighter, healthier smile.

For more information about Dr. Tau or to schedule your teeth whitening consultation, contact The Pennsylvania Center for Dental Excellence. We look forward to serving you!