Everyone wants a bright, sparkling smile. But over time, teeth can become dull and discolored from foods, drinks, medications, aging, and more. Fortunately, Kessler Dental Associates’ professional teeth whitening options are a quick and easy way to get the sparkling smile you want within a timeframe and budget that work for you.
Tooth stains can be either extrinsic or intrinsic. Extrinsic stains are surface-level tooth stains that appear brown or yellow. Intrinsic stains occur inside your teeth and are usually appear gray or blue. While some over-the-counter products can get rid of some surface stains, professional teeth whitening can remove both intrinsic and extrinsic stains.
At Kessler Dental Associates, we offer the most advanced professional whitening options available.
The cost of teeth whitening depends on the treatment you choose, your unique needs, and how deep your tooth stains are. We offer a variety of financial options to help you get a brighter smile without breaking the bank. Our team will work with you to choose a whitening option that’s right for your smile and your budget.
Professional teeth whitening can last long if you properly care for your teeth after your treatment. Avoiding foods, drinks, and other factors that can stain your teeth and practicing good dental habits can help you enjoy your whitening results longer!
Professional teeth whitening treatments are safe. Some patients may experience slight tooth and gum sensitivity from the bleaching gel. This sensitivity is temporary and should reside shortly after your treatment.
Over-the-counter teeth whitening methods like whitening strips and trays vary in effectiveness, safety and abrasiveness. Professional whitening treatments reliably provide comprehensive -both intrinsic and extrinsic- whitening; resulting in safer, better and longer-lasting results.
Foods like tomato sauce, grapes, blueberries, and balsamic vinegar are very acidic which can leave your teeth more vulnerable to stains. Beverages like coffee, dark teas, and sodas can also stain your teeth. Avoiding or limiting these foods can help your teeth whitening results last longer.
The teeth whitening methods that we use are not harmful to other cosmetic enhancements or restorations, but if you have questions about your specific crowns, fillings, or veneers our team is more than happy to answer them!