Smile White – Shine Bright
- Remove discoloration caused by aging, food, drinks and smoking
- In-office whitening can increase the speed to a brighter smile
- At-home whitening with custom trays
There is a mouthful of reasons to whiten your teeth. Over time staining foods, drinks and smoking cause teeth to become discolored. Aging also takes its toll on the enamel. Bleaching your teeth whitens and brightens them and will leave you smiling as big as you’d like. Before we begin any whitening treatment, we check the health of your teeth and repair any damage. Whitening can be completed either in our office or at home.
Who is a good candidate?
- Patients in good oral health
- Patients who want a brighter smile
- Patients with natural front teeth (crowns on front teeth don’t whiten)
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1) Can Tooth Whitening Damage/Weaken Enamel?
Whitening does not damage the tooth structure.
2) Why Get Your Teeth Whitened By A Dentist?
Dental offices can individualize whitening treatment to choose the most appropriate one for the patients’ goal. That may be in-office whitening or choosing the right gel for home whitening.
3) Is Teeth Whitening Safe?
Whitening has been found to be safe on millions of people.
4) Is Teeth Whitening Painful?
Whitening should not be painful though some patients will experience temperature sensitivity. This can be minimized by choosing the correct whitening method and using desensitizing agents.
5) Will the results look natural?
The results look natural as long as the whitening is not overdone. Since whitening happens over time, the patient can decide when to stop.
6) How Long will results last?
Whitening usually lasts many years. Patients who drink lots of tea, coffee or red wine will need to whiten every few years.
7) How long does the procedure take?
In-office whitening takes about 1 1/2 hours per session. Home whitening with tray can be from 30 minutes to overnight.