Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 14, 2013
Dr. V knows over time teeth darken because of different foods we eat and habits we have. They become more yellow, gray or brown due to tobacco, wine, soda, dark green vegetables, and other food and drinks. With these stains smiles aren't as bright. Removing these stains off the teeth is the only way to brighten a smile. Touch ups through out the year help keep smiles white.
Yellowed teeth tend to whiten most readily, where as grey teeth will whiten but usually need a little more time. Previously whitened teeth can expect better results because the stains have been removed before and are not as deep rooted as teeth that haven't been whitened before. In-office Teeth Whitening takes place under carefully monitored conditions which allow for the safe, controlled, pain-free use of a relatively high concentration of bleaching gel –results that are visible immediately.
Healthy Smiles Family Dentistry in Houston, Texas is throwing a party in honor of the practice’s one-year anniversary. The celebration, on October 15th at 10:30am, will include a ribbon cutting ceremony with food, drinks, goody bags, tours of the office, and a drawing for a gift basket valued at over $200. Additionally, Dr. Vlachakis’s (pronounced Vla-ha-kiss) is offering a great deal on their One-Hour In-Office Venus Whitening System. for the entire month of October - check out the website for further details.
Dr. V became a dentist "to help people smile. Whether this means taking them out of pain, giving them confidence in their smile or telling them a really terrible joke, I want people to enjoy their dental appointments." Dr. Vlachakis found her calling for dentistry in college and after graduating with two degrees, both with honors, she studied her way through dental school and excelled. Dr. V headed straight into a pediatric dental office where she was able to teach kids who were frightened of the dentist that is isn't scary and can be fun. She takes these lessons with her into her own practice, Healthy Smiles. Here she helps both adults and children realize the dentist should be a great, and even fun, experience.