What is Teeth Whitening?
Whitening involves the use of professional-grade ingredients that work to lift and eliminate stains and deep discoloration. Whitening is done safely in our office, where we’re able to monitor results and prevent issues with sensitivity related to whitening. You may want to whiten your teeth before having other restorations placed, or just because you’re looking for a way to feel more confident about your smile. Our goal is to provide you with comprehensive whitening that delivers the results you’re looking to achieve.
Why would Teeth Whitening be needed?
You may want to whiten your teeth before a big event, like a wedding, class reunion, or even a graduation. Others choose to have their teeth whitened before restorations are placed, like a new crown or fixed bridge. Certain factors can contribute to staining and discoloration of teeth. If you’re a smoker, chew tobacco, or drink a lot of tea and coffee, whitening can help to take years of yellowing off of your teeth, and years off of your overall appearance.
“Finally found a dentist office I love – came here for the first time for a cleaning & ended up getting my teeth whitened too. Marta did my cleaning & whitening, and I couldn’t have been happier. Usually I don’t write reviews, but I’ve never found a dentist I’ve liked so much, so I had to. Marta completely managed expectations (so I knew how the procedure should feel etc.), gave me candid advice/free tips (how to whiten your teeth at home), and was funny/nice.
I live in Clearwater but will definitely make the journey all the way out to North Tampa for my cleanings!”
Who’s a good candidate for Teeth Whitening?
Whitening is only suitable for natural teeth, and may not have an effect on restorations you already have placed. It’s important that you have been to see a dentist at least once in the past year before considering expert whitening. Professional whitening is ideal for most patients, because it is done safely and effectively in our office. We take all steps and precautions to minimize any sensitivity experienced with treatment.
What happens during professional Teeth Whitening?
Our one-on-one approach to your dental care allows us to find the treatment that works for you. We use professional-quality whitening that is available both in-office and for home use. Treatment is done quickly and easily. We monitor your results by taking a color shade of your teeth before and after the treatment has been completed. It is important to avoid staining foods and beverages after having whitening done, as your teeth are more porous temporarily while undergoing the treatment.
If you’re ready to transform your smile with professional whitening, call us today, and we can help get you in for a consultation appointment.