Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening (Teeth Bleaching)

Full Mouth Whitening, In - Office Treatment, Kits/ Trays/ Molds, Gels/ Refills

Is the color of your teeth giving you a hard time in public? Have they developed that annoying yellowish color that you have to keep your mouth shut and avoid smiling? If yes, worry not and talk to the professionals at Mallard Lane Dental where the latest dentistry art technology helps to get your healthy teeth back.

To book an appointment with an expert dentist, call (530) 62-0701 now. Our dental group will listen to your needs and schedule a day to see when you when it is most convenient.


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What Makes Your Teeth Discolored?

The question of what causes tooth discoloration is a common one among most people who value a white and brighter smile. The causes can range from lack of personal oral care or poor dental care, among other things.

Sometimes it may be hard to determine what caused the discoloration, especially if it has taken years to manifest itself fully. However, teeth whitening can clear it up regardless of its intensity.

Some of the factors associated with teeth discoloration include:

  • Smoking Tobacco

 Cigarettes and other tobacco-based products are known to contain extremely harmful elements that affect the state of your oral health over time. The effects are usually manifested on the teeth first.

  • The Onset of Gum and Tooth Disease

When gum disease or tooth decay starts manifesting itself, it may bring along traces of tooth discoloration. There is a common misconception that this is an age-associated problem but may occur at any time or age. When you go for tooth extractions, and the dentist notifies you of discolored teeth, you may grab that chance and have teeth bleaching done on them.

  • Acidic Drinks

Acidic drinks such as red wine, some brands of caffeine, and soda are believed to contain elements that may limit the chances of obtaining a whiter smile. Additionally, some minerals found in drinking water may be unfriendly to the color of your teeth.

  • Hereditary Predisposition

For most people, discoloration is common with the aging factor. The discoloration becomes more apparent at certain ages and usually begins in the late 20s and early 30s. Typically, the appearance of such teeth at a certain age is determined by lifestyle and genetics carried by an individual.

  • Poor Eating Habits

According to the American Dental Association (ADA), unhealthy diets are associated with the ruining of the color of teeth. It is, therefore, advisable that you keenly observe what you eat and avoid such foods as:

  • Highly acidic and sugar-rich fruits.
  • Processed foods that have high acidic levels.
  • Candy and sugary drinks that are unfriendly to your enamel, for example, red wine, soda, and some fruit juices.
  • Fluoride

High levels of fluoride intake can destroy your enamel. This usually starts at childhood and makes the natural white color of your teeth disappear.

  • Xerostomia

This is also referred to as the Dry Mouth Condition, which is detrimental since the enamel needs to stay nourished to fight bacteria. If you have low saliva levels, preventing enamel decay is hard since it is not able to make bacteria-fighting agents.

  • Antibiotics

Some antibiotics are feared to destroy the enamel, which leaves teeth exposed and vulnerable to discoloration.

  • Tooth Injury

  • Plaque and Tartar

When these bacterial deposits accumulate, they no doubt will ruin the appearance of your teeth.

Teeth Whitening in Placerville

Our professional dentist in Placerville can help you to deal with discolored teeth through teeth whitening. You can talk to us through (530) 622-0701 and get to know why the Mallard Lane Dental is everyone’s go-to dental group.

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Monday:

8:10 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:10 am-2:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:10 am-4:30 pm

Thursday:

8:10 am-4:30 pm

Friday:

Closed

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Dr. Ike is personable, knowledgeable & treats you like a VIP client. His office & staff are highly trained & professional. He makes going to the dentist fun & painless. Thank Dr. Ike for your great service!"
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  • "This is the best office ever! I have never left this office feeling dissatisfied in any way. Everyone here is so kind and considerate, my hygienist is always so efficient and I have never experienced any pain or discomfort since I started coming here in 2012. This place is the best I would give them 6 stars if I could."
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  • "Dr Rahimi and his staff are wonderfull. I had to have dental implants and they were so kind and understanding. They helped me work with my insurance and my budget so that the work could get done as painlesly as possible. Dr rahimi takes extra care to make sure you are comfortable and also does the work with absolutely no pain at all. My new teeth look wonderfull! It's like they have always been there! He and his staff are always joyfull and make you feel like you are old friends. He is the best dentist i have ever gone to!"
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  • "Dr. Rahimi and his staff, new employees and old timers, are always pleasant, professional and fun. I saw the hygenist today and she's great. She remembers everything about us and asks questions about how we are. It feels like we've know each other for years. And she does a wonderful job cleaning mine and my 12 year old daughters teeth. What more can I ask for. Oh and they have wonderful coffee to boot."
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  • "Dr. Ike really cares about his patients! I have thin teeth and the team makes a real effort to help with the pain and offer solutions."
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