What’s Teeth Whitening?
Professional whitening involves removing years of stains and discoloration from natural teeth. Whitening can be done as both an in-office procedure as well as a take-home option. Our whitening systems use professional-quality ingredients that are gentle and highly effective. You can come in for a consultation with Dr. Adkins if you’re ready to begin the whitening process.
Why is Teeth Whitening needed?
You may want or even require professional whitening because you’re tired of having stained and severely discolored teeth. You might be dealing with yellowed teeth because of the natural aging process or because you’re a smoker or drink coffee, tea or soda. No matter the reasoning for needing whitening, it’s safe to say that professional whitening is effective and far superior to over-the-counter products.
Who is a good candidate for professional Teeth Whitening?
If you are unhappy with the color of your teeth or find yourself hiding your smile, you’re a good candidate for professional whitening. It is important to keep in mind that whitening is not meant to lighten restorations like fillings, veneers, crowns or fixed bridges. We will consult with you prior to professional whitening so that you know what to expect. We will take a shade match to see how much your teeth have lightened once treatment has finished.
What can you expect during professional Teeth Whitening?
We offer both in-office and take-home whitening options. It is completely up to you and your smile goals as to which treatment option you choose. You can first come in for a consultation with Dr. Adkins. The consult involves looking at which options are available and determining the one that’s right for you. You will find that whitening your teeth helps to boost your confidence and underlying self-esteem. We will give you important information on how to maintain your results after treatment has been completed.
If you want to whiten your teeth and would like to know more about your options, contact our office and we will get right to work in scheduling you with an appointment.