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Would you like to have the same dazzling smile that celebrities confidently flash on the red carpet? A teeth whitening treatment can give you brilliant white teeth that make you smile broadly whenever someone wants to take your picture. Call us today for an appointment and let us give your smile a boost.
Why Should I Choose In-office Teeth Whitening?
Also called chairside bleaching, dental whitening has something that no DIY product has, a dental professional supervising the process, ensuring a safe treatment. The concentrated, professional-grade solution used by dentists quickly reduces staining and discoloration caused by smoking, wine and coffee. In-office whitening is not effective on tetracycline stains or darkness caused by dental decay or old metal fillings.
Our teeth bleaching dentist always performs an examination first, to ensure that a teeth whitening treatment is the right solution for you. Call us for an appointment today to see if we can help you have whiter, brighter teeth.
Are At-home Teeth Whitening Products from a Dentist Effective?
Yes, the at-home teeth whitening solutions that our dentist offers are quite effective. We understand that some people do not have the time for an in-office teeth whitening treatment, so our dentist can devise a safe custom solution for you with professional grade whitener to use at home.
What Does Teeth Whitening in Lakeland Cost?
Several aspects of the teeth whitening process affect your teeth bleaching cost. Our dentist will perform an evaluation of your unique needs and provide an estimate before beginning the work.
Is Professional Teeth Whitening More Effective Than the Products Found at my Local Drug Store?
The strips and toothpastes that promise teeth whitening at home have only a small percentage of the bleaching agent that a dentist uses. If you are serious about whitening your teeth, a teeth bleaching dentist can evaluate your smile, let you know which stains cannot be removed by bleaching and discover any underlying issues that have to be addressed first. Call us for a teeth whitening appointment today to see how the treatment can benefit you.
What Happens During a Teeth Bleaching Treatment?
Dentists use one or more teeth whitening systems in their office, most of which have nearly identical procedures. Typically:
- The dentist will examine your teeth to verify that a bleaching agent and lessen or remove the stains.
- The dentist usually takes a photograph so you can compare the results.
- A cheek retractor goes on to expose your teeth.
- The gums are shielded with a protective gel.
- Our dentist will apply a professional-grade whitening agent and leave it on for a predetermined amount of time. Some systems use a light to boost the results.
- Finally, our dentist evaluates the results, deciding if you may need additional at-home treatments.
Would you like to invest in teeth whitening and gain all of the social and professional advantages that come along with the treatment? If the answer is yes, contact us to schedule your teeth whitening appointment today.