Teeth Whitening

 

Tooth Whitening
Have your teeth become discolored, dingy or stained? Do you not smile as much as you used to? Teeth whitening can get you to smile again. Teeth whitening can be performed to provide you with overall whiter, brighter teeth, or if one tooth is discolored, a more consistent color. There are various teeth or tooth whitening procedures, and your specific needs should be considered when consulting with your dentist. Teeth whitening (or bleaching) is a simple, painless way to change the color of your natural tooth enamel and enhance the beauty of your smile.

To get your smile to look its best, you should choose a tooth whitening process that:


Our teeth whitening (bleaching) system can significantly improve the appearance of dull or stained teeth in a single office visit. The procedure uses a combination of a hydrogen peroxide gel and a specially designed light that accelerates the whitening process. The gels are pH balanced, compatible with tooth enamel, and specifically formulated to respond to the blue wavelength of the activation lamp. The light, which is safe for tooth enamel, skin, gums and other soft tissue, is shaped to illuminate and whiten all upper and lower teeth in the smile line at the same time.

The process is gentle. You’ll have whiter, brighter teeth in just an hour. However, teeth whitening is not permanent. Touch ups may be needed every few years, or more often if you smoke, or drink coffee, tea or wine.

Dr. Desai is committed to providing the latest in cosmetic dentistry services. That’s why he offers the most advanced teeth whitening technology available to dental specialists. The process uses the safest patented gels and light technology and takes about an hour. It’s safe and fast, and you will see dramatic results immediately, without taking bleaching kits home and waiting weeks to see a difference.

What's the difference between In-Office tooth whitening and Over-the-Counter products?

Advantages and Disadvantages of In-Office and Over-the-Counter Procedures

Smile-Whitening now ranks among the most common procedures conducted by cosmetic dentists, especially among patient’s ages twenty to fifty. Beverage and tobacco stains, along with the yellowing of age, are facts of life, but they need not be permanent. Consumers face a number of whitening options. In order to make an informed decision, it is prudent to consider the advantages and disadvantages of different tooth whitening options.

Over-the-Counter options: Whitening toothpastes, rinses, and bleach treatments, and strips:

 

Consulting Dr. Desai has clear advantages:

 

Please contact our office at 410-997-7412 to discuss your teeth whitening needs!