Teeth Whitening Methods and Their Pros and Cons – At Home and Professional Treatments, Part 3

Teeth Whitening Methods and Their Pros and Cons – At Home and Professional Treatments, Part 3

Posted by Dr. Alicia Abeyta DDS FAGD on May 10 2018, 10:00 AM

This post is the third in a three part series on teeth whitening. If you haven’t already read parts 1 and 2, I recommend you do before continuing.

Professional teeth whitening (continued)

Because of its power and precision, professional teeth whitening is able to deliver the fastest possible teeth whitening results while also being pain-free. With professional whitening, you’ll have no need to go through weeks or months of whitening treatment and waiting. Furthermore, you’ll get better results than any over the counter treatment could ever hope to achieve.

How does professional teeth whitening work?

Professional grade teeth whitening products can correct many types of tooth discoloration, including those caused by staining, aging, and exposure to chemicals. It’s also completely safe for the structure of your teeth and existing dental work.

On your first visit, our team will take an impression of your teeth. The impression is then used to create a set of perfectly fitted, custom whitening trays. Your trays will be ready in just a day.

When you pick up your trays you’ll also receive the whitening solution, along with instructions on how to use both. With only a few hours of teeth whitening per day with the trays and solution, you’ll start to see rapid improvement in the whiteness of your smile. You can use the trays to whiten as much as you want – once you’ve reached your desired whiteness, only occasional treatments will be necessary to maintain it long term. At your next appointment, we will take “after” photos of your beautiful new smile!

There are some cases where stains are too severe for bleaching to remove. In these cases, a more drastic treatment like veneers of crowns might be necessary. However, due to the relative ease and low cost of bleaching compared to these procedures, it’s best to give bleaching a shot first even on an extreme discoloration.

Ready to take your smile to the next level? Call the office to set up an appointment!

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