Teeth Whitening

Professional Teeth Whitening Services in Dallas, TX

If you’re confident, you smile more. If you smile more, you feel more confident. But what if you don’t want to flash your smile because you’re embarrassed by discolored teeth? At Contemporary Dentistry, we have just the right product for you: teeth whitening in Dallas, TX.

What is Teeth Whitening?

It is a safe and minimally intrusive method to make your teeth appear whiter. Teeth whitening removes years of dingy stains from your teeth. Coffee, tea, wine, tobacco, and chocolate can dull tooth enamel. Simple and safe, most patients don’t realize how discolored their teeth are until they see a new smile emerge.

The dental whitening procedure uses a whitening solution like hydrogen peroxide or carbimide. This whitening agent has free radicals that will bond to your teeth’s enamel and break the pigment into colorless fractions. Your doctor will then use a laser to quicken the process. The dental whitening solution will not damage any part of your teeth.

Teeth whitening is done as a standalone procedure or as part of a restorative program. It will significantly help improve the color of natural teeth but does not affect dental crowns or fillings.

How long is a Teeth Whitening Procedure?

Teeth whitening can be done in one appointment with your dentist. It will take over an hour to complete. However, if your busy schedule can’t afford this amount of time, your doctor will give you take-home trays and bleach. You’ll need to apply them daily for 30 minutes to 1 hour in a span of two weeks.

The procedure is safe, effective, and has no long-term adverse effect on overall oral health. However, you may experience temporary sensitivity during the procedure. If the sensitivity lasts hours after the procedure, we recommend using fluoride or calcium phosphate gel to relieve the feeling.

Benefits of Professional Dental Whitening

Numerous whitening products crowd supermarket shelves. While we don’t discourage these methods, you may want to consider the advantages of professional dental whitening from Contemporary Dentistry:

1. Customized system

We make trays that fit your teeth perfectly. Flexible, thin plastic follows the shape of your teeth, allowing the whitening gel to coat all tooth surfaces evenly. This means consistent whitening with less overflow of the gel onto your gums.

2. Controlled gel formulas

We use the highest quality whitening formulas available for safety and consistency: professional strength with careful quality control from known sources. Beware of temperature-sensitive gels stored in uncontrolled environments or made in an unknown setting.

3. Sensitivity management

You may experience temporary sensitivity in your teeth while whitening. We have specific strategies for you to use and will customize the product and method to help you have a comfortable and safe whitening experience.

4. Long-term results

Buying a box of whitening strips every few months adds up. With one set of custom trays, you’ll have a system that should fit for years. A simple refill syringe of gel picked up occasionally from our office allows you to keep your smile fresh for years to come.

Achieve a Brighter, More Confident Smile

Teeth whitening offers a predictable boost to your confidence through the power of a smile. Its effect is permanent and will last a long time, with re-applications every few years using a mini whitening kit.

If you are looking for the best provider of teeth whitening in Dallas, TX, Contemporary Dentistry is here to help. Our team draws on years of experience to help deliver whitening results that are safe and comfortable.

Scheduling a dental appointment with one of our expert dentists is easy. Just call (214) 366-4646 or schedule an appointment right now. We look forward to serving you and reestablishing excellent dental health.

Disclaimer: A dental whitening procedure can cause more teeth sensitivity in younger patients. Our clinic recommends to patients below 18 years old not to take the procedure. The American Dental Association (AMA) also recommends pregnant women delay undergoing dental whitening procedures to avoid any adverse effects of bleaching products.