What is Teeth Whitening?
If your teeth are yellowed, stained and discolored, you can benefit from professional teeth whitening. Unlike store products, teeth whitening is safe, effective and delivers high-quality results that will last for years. We offer both in-office and take-home options so that you can achieve your smile goals. Our treatment options are great for patients who have issues with sensitivity and are looking for more viable alternatives to the products they’ve used in the past.
Why would Teeth Whitening be needed?
You may be considering teeth whitening because you’re unhappy with your smile. Whether you’re a coffee or tea drinker or if you’re a smoker, whitening can erase years of stains and deep discoloration. Unlike store products, we use only the best professional quality products to deliver high-end results. Whitening is only effective at changing the color of natural teeth, so it may not have an impact on veneers, bridges, crowns or fillings.
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What makes you a good candidate for Teeth Whitening?
Whitening is safe and effective for most patients. If you are unhappy with your smile, whitening is an option that can quickly and effectively change the look of your teeth without the need for more invasive procedures. Our goal is to provide you the whitening that you need in an affordable and safe manner. Our take-home and in-office whitening treatments are essential for adults of all ages.
What happens during the procedure for Teeth Whitening?
You’ll first come in for a consultation and exam. We can help in determining if professional whitening is the right choice for you. We can then either recommend take-home or in-office whitening according to your needs and desires. We take a color match of your teeth before and after whitening so that we can measure how much lighter your teeth actually are. Remember to avoid eating or drinking anything that could stain your teeth after whitening treatment, as your teeth are more porous for a short period of time.
If you are ready to whiten your teeth and want to learn more about the treatment options available to you, call our office today and we’ll work to get you in for an appointment.