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May 10, 2012

From dark-colored foods and beverages to smoking to the aging process to certain medications like tetracycline, there are many things that can cause your teeth to become discolored over time.

Likewise, at the office of East Amherst, New York, cosmetic dentist Dr. Larry Evola, we offer a number of teeth whitening options to restore your vibrant, healthy looking smile. Popular and effective means for treating stained teeth include:

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April 03, 2012

Opalescence BOOST is one of the most effective teeth whitening systems available today.

At the comfortable Amherst, New York, office of cosmetic dentist Dr. Larry Evola, we are proud to offer Opalescence professional whitening products including:

Opalescence BOOST provides a noticeably brighter smile in a single 60-minute session without the use of heat lamps or ultraviolet light necessary to activate other teeth whitening treatments. BOOST is...

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March 13, 2012

Age, lifestyle choices, medications and genetics can all combine to cause teeth discoloration.

If you have stained or discolored teeth, Buffalo, New York, cosmetic dentist Dr. Larry Evola and the team at Forestream Dental offer teeth whitening options to help restore your vibrant, healthy looking smile.

Through professional, in-office teeth whitening treatment, we can reduce discoloration caused by factors including:

  • Smoking
  • Consumption of beverages such as fruit juice, cola, coffee, tea and wine
  • Consumption of dark-colored foods
  • Plaque and tartar...
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February 21, 2012

Choosing the right cosmetic dentist in the Amherst, New York, area for your specific needs and goals can be a difficult task.

Many dentists may advertise cosmetic dentistry procedures, but lack the extensive training and experience necessary to achieve the results you desire for your cosmetic dentistry treatment. Cosmetic dentistry is not typically taught as part of a traditional dental education.

In addition to his dental degree, Amherst cosmetic dentist Dr. Larry Evola received cosmetic dentistry training at the world-renowned Las Vegas Institute for...

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December 12, 2010

Dr. Oz’s recent suggestion to apply a mixture of baking soda and lemon juice to your to teeth in an effort to whiten them is pretty darn scary. Lemon juice is a strong acid, with a pH of approximately 2. Almost the same as Coke and Pepsi. Would you brush your teeth with Coca-cola?

Baking soda is an abrasive material. Think sandpaper. So, the acid softens the tooth enamel and then according to Dr. Oz you’re suppose to take sandpaper and rub the enamel away. Repeated use of this this technique will do one thing, guaranteed 100%, as that it will remove the enamel from your teeth!

The idea that a celebrity heart surgeon like Dr...

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