Teeth whitening procedure
By following a complete patient plan, your smile can be seen at your desired whiteness. We can enhance the color of your teeth to provide you with a radiant and stunning smile. There are a lot of whitening options out there, but at Silver Creek Dental we off in-office whitening. Our procedure is simple and an effective cosmetic dental treatment that we offer to noticeably enhance your smile in as little as one treatment.
Our treatments utilize a powerful, safe whitening gel that is applied to the surface of your teeth. This gel works to lighten the appearance of stains, discoloration, and yellowing on the tooth. Treatments are often available in take-home systems, such as home whiteners. Other at-home treatments include whitening toothpaste, whitening strips, rinses, and brushes. As compared to teeth home whiteners with bleaching agents, professional teeth whitening can actually give you a noticeably brighter smile that will boost your self-esteem and help you smile with pride. If you have ever wished that your smile was whiter and brighter, whitening your teeth might be right for you.
We can rid your teeth of staining and discoloration caused by various factors, such as:
- The natural aging process
- Poor dental hygiene habits
- Consumption of certain drinks and foods, including tea, wine, coffee, and soda
- Smoking and other forms of tobacco use
- Certain medications
How long are the treatments?
Our dentist will work with you to determine the right type of treatment and treatment length to achieve the smile aesthetic you desire. The in-office whitening only take around an hour. To learn more about professional teeth whitening and to set up your consultation at our office, please call us today.
How to keep your teeth white?
After your in-office whitening visits, it is important to avoid certain products for the next few days. Products that might stain your newly whitened teeth are:
- red wine
- acidic foods/drinks
After the whitening treatment, you may experience some side effects. The side effects may include slight gum sensitivity and tooth sensitivity to cold or hot temperatures.