Looking for a quick and inexpensive way to spruce up your smile? Teeth whitening is a safe and effective cosmetic dental procedure that is often completed in a single visit with immediate results. A brighter smile increases confidence and gives your teeth a healthier appearance.
While store-bought teeth whitening kits improve the color of teeth, the results pale in comparison to teeth whitening treatment conducted by dental professionals. Doctors Hadian and Burke possess the necessary skills and training to professionally whiten teeth with much more noticeable results and without all the hassle that comes with at-home solutions. Simply sit back, relax, and enjoy a whiter smile in no time!
Not a problem. Brookside Dental Care offers personalized take-home tooth whitening kits, so you can achieve a brighter smile in the comfort of your own home. Unlike store-bought tooth whitening kits, our take-home kits gradually whiten teeth over 3 to 4 weeks. These kits include the following:
Before beginning your teeth whitening procedure, one of our doctors will take time to discuss the procedure with you to better understand your expectations and how to best achieve them. Once we’ve confirmed that teeth whitening is the best solution for you, we’ll closely examine your mouth to determine the health of your teeth and gums.
During your in-office teeth whitening, a bleaching solution is applied to the teeth using specially designed trays. Once the trays are in place, a laser is used to gently heat the solution, activating oxygen molecules that penetrate the enamel to remove stains. Laser teeth whitening offers immediate results. It may also help reduce the risks of tooth sensitivity and gum irritation.
Once we’ve completed your teeth whitening treatment, you will see results within an hour. Most patients only require one visit to achieve their desired result. You may experience some tooth sensitivity after your treatment. To ease tooth sensitivity, we recommend using a soft-bristled brush and sensitive formula toothpaste, and consuming room-temperature foods and beverages until the sensitivity subsides.