Tooth Whitening

Tooth Whitening
Are you dreaming of a white smile?

Before considering whitening your teeth, book an appointment for a check-up and cleaning . Surface stains will need to be removed before whitening to achieve optimum results. I will then determine if you are a candidate for tooth whitening.

How Are Teeth Whitened?
Enamel, the first layer of tooth surface, is actually semi-translucent, or clear. The layer underneath the enamel, known as dentin, is typically yellow, but may be gray, brown or black. This hue is what is seen penetrating through the enamel. In order to whiten the dentin, a peroxide solution is placed on the enamel. This process allows the carbamide peroxide bleaching gel to reach the layer of dentin. The gel will then begin to lighten the dentin, resulting in the appearance of whiter teeth.

It is important to have realistic expectations when evaluating your final results; it may take three weeks of at home overnight eight hour bleaching to achieve a whiter smile. Whitening results may be maintained by once monthly overnight bleachin. Remember to brush and floss daily, and visit me for regular cleanings and examinations.

*Results will vary from person to person



Tooth Whitening

Initial New Patient Visit
4-Bitewing X-ray
Teeth Cleaning(every six months)

RESTORATIVE CARE (Fillings and Crowns)
– Front Teeth
One Surface Filling
Two Surface Filling
Three Surface Filling
– Back Teeth
One Surface Filling
Two Surface Filling
Three Surface Filling

Prosthetic Care (Dentures)





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