Professional Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening (or bleaching) is a very common and popular cosmetic procedure that is non-invasive, simple, and produces immediate effects. The treatment is fast and simple and you can see improvements almost immediately.

At The Danna Smile we use several techniques and technologies to help you get the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted. We use at-home and in-office solutions to provide a deep bleaching process that goes beyond just polishing the surface of the enamel and wipes out the deep-down stains.

What Are Your Options?

An in-office treatment will involve prescription-strength gels that must be applied carefully. The results can be immediate, but some people experience serious sensitivity. Whitening trays used at home with a prescription-strength gel is also very effective. It will take a little longer to see results, but it is also more affordable. Of course, we also offer a more extensive deep bleaching that involves both in-office and at-home techniques.

At The Danna Smile, we offer a range of teeth whitening options, including:

At-Home Tooth Whitening – This solution will usually require a couple visits. One to take impressions of your teeth so we can make custom trays, and the second to check the fit and receive instruction on how to use them.

Day White® –  This at-home whitening treatment was designed to be used throughout the daytime hours and it a great option for people who don’t like the idea of wearing strips or whitening tries for extended periods at night.

Zoom!® – This is one of the most well-known whitening solutions. It is an in-office solution that provides very fast results.

KöR – This whitening tray and gel is specifically designed to keep the whitening solution at full potency while you use them.

It’s important to remember, though, that tooth whitening is not permanent

Is a Teeth Whitening Treatment Right for You?

It might be time to discuss your whitening treatment options if you’re experiencing:

  • Teeth that have been stained yellow or brown
  • Teeth that have been stained from medications (tetracycline, etc.)
  • Normal wear on the outer enamel of your teeth
  • Fluorosis, which is the result of excessive fluoridation while the tooth is developing

Get a Beautiful Smile Today

Contact us today to learn more about your options. We’ll work closely with you to determine which whitening method will provide the best results.