Fix Stained Teeth in Kennesaw, GA

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Do You Have Stained Teeth?

Everyone wants a bright and even smile, but the vast majority of people have some degree of discoloration on their teeth. From mild yellowing to patches of brown, stains on teeth can have an impact on your self-confidence.

At Hildreth Dental, we understand the ins and outs of tooth stains, how they develop, and how to remove them. No matter the type or extent of the discoloration, we’ll develop a treatment plan to give you the beautiful, white smile you’ve always wanted.

What Causes Stained Teeth?

The appearance of your smile is affected by a number of things, from genetics to environment and lifestyle. Understanding the cause of your tooth stains is an important step in removing them as well as preventing them in the future.

Some common causes of tooth stains include:

  • Certain foods and drinks
  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Disease
  • Aging
  • Genetics
  • Certain medications
  • Tobacco
  • Tooth injury
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Types of Stains

Extrinsic Stains

Extrinsic staining refers to surface-level discoloration that occurs on the outside of your teeth, on the enamel. They’re generally the result of environmental factors like drinking coffee or soda, smoking, and inconsistent oral hygiene. They tend to be easier to whiten than deeper stains.

Intrinsic Stains

Intrinsic staining occurs when the deeper layer of the tooth — called the dentin — becomes discolored. It can occur due to injuries to the teeth, genetic factors, and certain medical conditions and medications. This type of staining is generally more difficult to remove, but professional treatments can make a big difference.

Combination Stains

Combination staining involves both extrinsic and intrinsic tooth discoloration.

Teeth Whitening Treatments

In-Office Zoom Whitening Treatments

In just one 60-minute appointment, our professional in-office teeth bleaching treatment can significantly reduce the appearance of staining and discoloration. The process is non-invasive and comfortable— even for patients with sensitive teeth.

Here’s how it works:

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  1. First, we’ll apply a powerful bleaching gel to your teeth.
  2. Then, we’ll activate the gel with a specialized light while you sit back and relax.

Just one treatment will leave you with a noticeably whiter, more radiant smile.

Take-Home Professional Whitening

For patients who prefer to whiten their teeth at home, we provide professional take-home whitening treatments that are significantly more effective than over-the-counter options.

Here’s how it works:

  1. First, we’ll make you a custom whitening tray that fits perfectly in your mouth.
  2. Then, we’ll send you home with the custom-made tray and our professional whitening gel.
  3. You’ll fill the trays with the whitening gel and wear them as directed at your convenience and in the comfort of your own home!

Our at-home whitening treatments are a great option to use on their own or as a way to maintain your results after an in-office whitening treatment.

Remove Years of Staining With Professional Teeth Whitening

Bill C.

I’ve been a patient for 12yrs. I’ve always been taking care. The staff has always been wonderful. I look forward to being a patient for the next 12yrs.


Our Kennesaw Dentist Office


2430 Powell Place NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144
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Our office is located right off of Cobb Parkway behind the BB&T Bank.


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