Professional Teeth Whitening

Say Cheese, Feel Beautiful

Professional in-office teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dental procedure in the world today. This is the fastest, easiest, safest way to whiten teeth.

Reasons for discolored teeth can include:

AGING
AGING
AGING
Teeth become yellow, brown, green or grey as teeth grow older.
COFFEE, RED WINE, SODAS
COFFEE, RED WINE, SODAS
COFFEE, RED WINE, SODAS
Colored vegetables, fruits, and tobacco can become trapped in enamel and cause yellow, brown, or orange teeth staining.
GENETIC FACTORS
GENETIC FACTORS
GENETIC FACTORS
Some are naturally born with yellow, brown or gray-tinted teeth.
POOR ORAL HYIENE
POOR ORAL HYIENE
POOR ORAL HYIENE
Not brushing or flossing enough can leave teeth stained.

Sixty minutes is all it takes

See immediate results for a whiter, brighter smile. If your teeth are mildly discolored, dull or stained from any of the common reasons above, our teeth whitening services in San Antonio may be an affordable solution for you.

Advantages of In Office Teeth Whitening

In-office whitening has many more benefits than your drug store whitening products.

 

  • Quick: It only takes one office visit, compared to having to wear a whitening strip for hours and hours, week after week.
  • Complete: It covers all areas of teeth, even the gaps and back of the tooth—unlike over-the-counter products that just whiten part of the tooth.
  • Safe: The Dentist will assess your level of tooth sensitivity. Today’s teeth whitening treatments include desensitizers that will aid in the post operative sensitivity.
  • Customized: The patient will be involved in the level of desired whiteness and all options will be presented.
    Low side effects: the ability to protect the gum tissue due to the improvements in products used for whitening agents protects the gum and tooth sensitivity now more then ever.
Did You Know? The Importance of Enamel

Most begin life with brilliant, white teeth because of enamel. It is composed of microscopic crystalline rods to protect the teeth from the effects of chewing, gnashing, trauma and acid attacks because of sugar. As time passes, enamel wears down, becomes transparent, and the core of the tooth, a yellow material called dentin, shines through.

As we chew, dentin remains held together while many micro-cracks occur in the enamel. These cracks fill up with stains and debris and the tooth’s color becomes dull. By using teeth whitening, the stains and debris disappear and the enamel cracks open again. At this point, it’s time for a tooth whitening dentist.

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