Stop The Color Purple With Tooth Whitening and a Great Dentist!

Stains on your teeth can advertise your vices – coffee, cola, nicotine – or tell the world what you do for a living. Trumpet players and copper miners, for instance, can be picked out of a crowd by the blue-green stains on their teeth from copper dust. Furriers work with nitric acid, which causes the blackening of enamel.

Red teeth stains might show a history of typhus, cholera, pulp injury, or just beets for supper. And the color purple indicates a non-vital tooth or probably not – leprosy.

Whatever the color of your teeth stain, our teeth whitening methods can whiten it, mask it, correct it, and give you back your pearly white teeth.

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Derrill C. Finch, D.D.S

Derrill C. Finch

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Derrill C. Finch, D.D.S
1315 S. Allen Street
State College, PA 16801
General Info: (814) 238-4090