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Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening Process

Expert Diagnosis First

Our teeth whitening treatment starts with a thorough diagnosis to determine the cause of tooth discoloration and the best course of treatment. Our expert dentists will examine your teeth and gums to identify any underlying conditions that may affect the whitening process.

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In-House Whitening

Teeth Whitening Treatment From Start To Finish

Our in-house whitening treatment offers a comprehensive teeth whitening experience from start to finish. Our expert dentists will prepare your teeth, apply the whitening gel, and activate the treatment for maximum results. In just one visit, you can achieve a smile that’s up to 10 shades whiter and brighter. With our in-house whitening treatment, you can trust that you’re in good hands from start to finish.

Transform Your Teeth, Transform Your Confidence

When is it necessary to perform this treatment?

Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic dental treatment that can dramatically improve the appearance of your teeth, boosting your confidence and enhancing your overall smile. But when is it necessary to perform this treatment?

If you’re struggling with:

– Discolored or yellowed teeth
– Stains from coffee, wine, or tobacco
– Fluorosis or other tooth discolorations
– A dull, lackluster smile

Then teeth whitening may be the perfect solution for you! Our professional teeth whitening treatment uses advanced technology and high-quality products to safely and effectively remove stains and brighten your teeth, leaving you with a radiant, movie-star smile.

With teeth whitening, you can:

– Enhance your smile and boost your confidence
– Make a great first impression
– Look younger and more vibrant
– Feel more comfortable in social situations

Questions & Answers

Frequently Asked Questions

Teeth whitening can last for several weeks to months, depending on your oral habits and maintenance.

Yes, teeth whitening is a safe and non-invasive procedure when performed by a trained dentist.

No, teeth whitening does not damage teeth or gums when done properly. However, sensitive teeth and gums may experience temporary discomfort.

Yes, but keep in mind that whitening may not affect the color of fillings or crowns, so they may stand out more after treatment.

Treatment time varies depending on the type of whitening and your teeth. In-office treatments typically take 30-60 minutes.

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