Have Pearly White Teeth for This Wedding Season

The Saturday before Memorial Day traditionally marks the beginning of wedding season. Dr. Ronald Receveur, one of Louisville’s best cosmetic dentists, is encouraging wedding participants and their guests to be cautious about how they get their teeth whitened.

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Dr. Ronald Receveur provides services including All on Four dental implants, IV sedation, and teeth whitening and other aesthetic dentistry.

Dr. Ronald Receveur provides services including dental implants, IV sedation, and teeth whitening and other aesthetic dentistry.

"Teeth whitening is very popular especially for brides, grooms, mothers of both the bride and groom, and bridesmaids and groomsmen," Dr. Receveur said. "But not all teeth whitening is the same."

New Albany, IN (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

The Saturday before Memorial Day traditionally marks the beginning of wedding season. Dr. Ronald Receveur, one of Louisville’s best cosmetic dentists, is encouraging wedding participants and their guests to be cautious about how they get their teeth whitened.

“Teeth whitening is very popular especially for brides, grooms, mothers of both the bride and groom, and bridesmaids and groomsmen,” Dr. Receveur said. “But not all teeth whitening is the same.”

Even though tooth enamel is the hardest surface in the human body, it can be damaged by over-the-counter teeth whiteners in the same way that it is stained by acids and tannins (like tea and coffee).

For instance, the traditional baking soda and water mixture can damage tooth enamel if used too often. Whitening strips also can damage the enamel and previous dental work. Teeth whitening toothpaste can be abrasive and hurt tooth enamel, and they have very little and slow effectiveness.

“These products have relatively low costs,” Dr. Receveur said, “but the risks of gum irritation or damage to tooth enamel, teeth roots and previous dental work are increased.”

Dr. Receveur, who practices in New Albany, Ind., across the Ohio River from Louisville, Ky., recommends consulting a dentists for the safest, most effective teeth whitening. Dr. Receveur himself offers at-home New Albany teeth whitening gel trays. Patients wear the gel-filled tray during the day or at night. The gel contains fluoride to reduce tooth sensitivity, a common concern for teeth-whitening treatments.

Dr. Receveur offers general and cosmetic dental work such as teeth cleanings, X-rays, fillings, extractions, root canals, crowns, teeth whitening and veneers.

Dr. Receveur also is an expert in more advanced implant dentistry like All on Four dental implants, All on Six dental implants, mini dental implants, dental implants in one day, dental implants in one hour, bone grafting and sinus lifts, all with IV sedation dentistry.

Dr. Receveur offers an unprecedented 10-year warranty on dental implants and a five-year warranty on all cosmetic and prosthetic work.

Dr. Receveur, a New Albany, Ind., native, has been the family dentist of choice for Southern Indiana and Louisville since 1981.

Dr. Receveur graduated from Indiana University Southeast with honors in chemistry, after which he earned his doctorate in Dental Surgery from the Indiana University School of Dentistry.

Dr. Receveur has earned more than 5,000 hours of postgraduate training, traveling as far as Portugal to study with the best dentists in the world. He has earned numerous advanced certifications in Sedation, Implant, Comprehensive, Restorative and Aesthetic dentistry, providing the most current dental techniques to his Louisville and New Albany dental patients.

Those looking for Louisville cost of teeth whitening should go to NewAlbanyImplants.com for more information.


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