SPRING IS A TIME of renewal and revitalization. All the green is back, flowers are blooming again, and birds are singing. What better time to renew your smile with whitening treatments?
Everyday Life Can Dull Your Smile
Over time, our teeth can appear more yellow. It could be stains from food or it could simply be an effect of age. Because our teeth are porous, even if we clean off the surface stains with diligent brushing and flossing, the discoloration can go deeper into each tooth than any toothbrush or whitening toothpaste can reach.
Is It Time To Freshen Up Your Smile?
Whether food or age is the reason your teeth aren’t as white as you like, you can get your gleaming white smile back through professional whitening at Foster Dental Care! Over-the-counter whitening treatments are always an option, but the safest, healthiest, and most effective whitening method is to leave it to the professionals.
That Gorgeous Smile Helps Children In Need!
If you schedule your whitening appointment for sometime between the beginning of March and the end of June, 100 percent of your money will go to helping children in need! We are partnering with Smiles for Life AND Rainbow Center. Help us raise funds for both of these organizations when you whiten/brighten your smile.
Here’s How It Works:
Help More Kids By Helping Us Spread The Word!
Whether you choose to have your own smile whitened or not, you can make a big difference in the lives of sick and underprivileged children around the world simply by spreading the word about this opportunity on Facebook!
Thanks for helping us make a difference in children’s lives!
If you have any questions about keeping your teeth looking clean and white, ask us! We’ll help you find the best solution to get your whitest, healthiest teeth!
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