Teeth Whitening

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Teeth Whitening

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Teeth Whitening in Orange, CA

Everyone deserves a brilliant, beautiful smile. And if you live in Orange, California, or the surrounding areas, our professional teeth whitening services can help you get it.

As a cosmetic dentistry office, we recommend teeth whitening to clients who want to get rid of dental stains and discoloration and feel more confident every day. We offer multiple teeth whitening options and methods and can offer the procedure as part of your routine dental care or in preparation for a special day.

Our teeth whitening Services

If you’re interested in brightening your smile, here are the treatments we offer:

In-Office teeth whitening

In-office teeth whitening treatments can be completed during your regular cleaning or other routine dental appointments. The process is fast - it usually takes an hour or less - and produces immediate results.

Zoom!™ Teeth Whitening

Zoom!™ teeth whitening is an innovative and effective way to transform the appearance of teeth. The Zoom!™ treatment uses a powerful whitening solution and a special laser light to speed up and amplify the whitening process. The process is quick — it takes about fifteen minutes — and produces immediate results.

At-Home Treatments

For patients who would rather whiten their teeth in the comfort of their own home, we offer take-home treatments. If you’re interested in this option, we’ll take an impression of your teeth and use this impression to create a custom whitening tray for you. These trays will fit securely around your teeth and prevent the solution from leaking into the mouth.

Patients wear the trays and use the provided whitening solution until their teeth have reached the desired shade. While this solution doesn’t provide results as quickly as in-office whitening, it is convenient and ideal for long-term smile maintenance.

What About Whitening Toothpaste and DIY strips?

People who want whiter teeth often turn to DIY methods, like at-home whitening toothpaste, trays, and strips. Unfortunately, these methods are not as effective as professional methods and can cause harm to the mouth and teeth.

Here are some things to know:

Most solutions don’t provide long-lasting results. When you buy store-bought whitening products, they may provide some improvement, but it’s likely those results won’t last very long. Whitening toothpaste, for example, may temporarily brighten teeth but is not strong enough to remove stains. The effects of trays and strips, meanwhile, generally wear off in just a few weeks.

Some products can cause dental damage. If used improperly or too often, store-bought whitening strips can cause tooth damage and sensitivity. Additionally, store-bought whitening trays do not fit the teeth snugly, which means that they can become loose, and the whitening solution can leak, leading to gum irritation.

Professional treatments are a better investment. If you want whiter teeth, save yourself some time—and frustration—by choosing professional treatments. Professional-grade treatments can whiten teeth by eight shades or more, versus around two shades with store-bought solutions. If you are looking for immediate and dramatic results, in-office whitening or professional at-home whitening is a far better option than doing it yourself.

Teeth Whitening FAQ's'

Does teeth whitening cause permanent tooth sensitivity?

Sensitivity from teeth whitening is always temporary. Any sensitivity caused by professional whitening should disappear within 1-2 days of treatment.

How long does teeth whitening last?

Professional whitening results usually last from six months to two years. Avoiding red wine, coffee, and smoking will help extend the lifespan of your treatment.

Is teeth bleaching safe?

For most people, teeth bleaching is perfectly safe. Professional treatments will not cause short- or long-term damage to your mouth or tooth enamel.

Is the agent used in teeth whitening toxic?

Products developed from carbamide peroxide, hydrogen peroxide, and urea should be used cautiously. Following manufacturer instructions guarantees the safety of these products.

Does teeth whitening affect fillings, veneers, or crowns?

teeth whitening has little or no effect on restorative materials such as porcelain or crowns, but it may temporarily reduce the bond strength between enamel and composite restorations. Make sure to talk with your dentist before you begin a new whitening treatment.

Your Brightest Smile is Waiting

Stop coping with stubborn stains or discoloration. Have your teeth professionally whitened and enjoy a brighter, more beautiful smile.

Schedule your teeth whitening consultation!

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