It is fairly normal for college students to have their teeth stained by the time their four years are up. This is often due to all of the late night study sessions that were fueled by coffee and energy drinks. It takes effort to stay up and study – we get it. Unfortunately, things like energy drinks are terrible for the teeth and will impact how they look. The good news is that this damage is not permanent. We can whiten their teeth and remove the stains so that they look amazing in those proud family photos.
Scheduling a teeth whitening appointment can give them an edge.
One thing you may not know about their smile is that it can impact whether or not they land their dream job. There have been numerous studies trying to determine what, if any, impact overall appearance and a smile has on a persons' career. They have found that with all other things being equal, the person with a beautiful smile will be hired for the job. Since your graduate will be competing against college graduates from across the country, this one thing may give them the edge that they need in order to land their dream job. Additionally, once they have it, people with a beautiful smile were deemed to be more of a team player and get raises more often. They have spent four years working hard to reach this point. Spending an hour to improve their career prospects, is a worthwhile investment.
Our teeth whitening process is more effective than anything you can buy in the store.
When it is time to whiten their teeth, it is important to understand the differences in the options that are available. While you can certainly purchase a solution at the drugstore, the thing to note is that it won't work as well. The solutions in the store will typically only remove the surface stains that are on the enamel. This will make an improvement to their teeth, but it won't be as significant as if you had them whitened professionally because most of the stains live within the enamel. Our solution penetrates through it to start the process of oxidization where the molecules change in order to reflect less light and become colorless. This is what produces the dramatic results.