Teeth Whitening

THE FASTEST METHOD

Chair-side Teeth Whitening

Chair-side teeth whitening allows us to whiten your teeth several shades in just one visit.

The first professional option is commonly referred to as in-office whitening. This procedure is performed in a dental office. During an appointment, your dental professional will apply a whitening gel to the surface of your teeth. Chair-side teeth bleaching whitens teeth by several shades within approximately 1 hour with limited to no sensitivity.

Chair-side teeth whitening does not cause damage or harm tooth structure in any way.

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Patients Teeth Before & After Teeth Whitening

Several Shades Whiter Smile

Minimal Irritation

Only One Visit

Teeth Whitening Washington DC 101:
How to Whiten Your Teeth and How to Make it Last

teeth whitening washington dc

Are you thinking about getting your teeth whitened?

Read on to learn all about teeth whitening

and how to make your white teeth last.

Are you among the one-third of Americans who don't feel confident with their smile?

As silly as it may sound, a brighter smile does lead to a brighter future. If you've ever considered teeth whitening, then this article will tell you everything you need to know about the process.

Why a Dentist Is Better than a Teeth Whitening Kit

If you want to learn how to whiten teeth, the most important thing you should know is that at-home treatments will never compete with dentists.

There are plenty of reasons why these kits can do more harm than good.

No teeth are the same, which is why one kit doesn't fit all. If you want to get the job done right, a dentist can examine your teeth and customize a treatment that will get you the exact results you want.

At-home users also run the risk of damaging their teeth and gums. If you leave the solution on your teeth for too long, you can damage your enamel. Enamel is vital for protection against bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease.

Your teeth and gums can also be in severe pain from the harsh chemicals that make it painful to eat or drink for weeks. Since a smile has such a big impact on a person's confidence, it's worth paying extra to get perfect, lasting, and tailored results.

Teeth Whitening Tips to Maintain Your Smile

If you're serious about keeping your teeth white, then you need to put in the effort to brush your teeth after every meal. At the bare minimum, you should brush your teeth before bed and first thing in the morning.

Flossing is also much more important than you may think. Brushing your teeth only cleans roughly 60% of the surface area. To get a deep clean, flossing once a day is crucial not only for cosmetic purposes but to keep your mouth healthy.

One final tip worth noting is that you should be careful when selecting mouthwash. Avoid anything with unnatural dyes and alcohol.

Alcohol can weaken your teeth over time and allow the dye to stain. Instead, opt for mouthwashes with peroxide.

Which Foods Help Whiten Your Smile?

The food we eat has a big impact on the appearance of our teeth. Did you know that some foods can actually scrub our teeth as we eat them?

Fruits and vegetables that are rich in fiber like apples, spinach, and broccoli are great for maintaining your pearly whites. Just make sure you don't get any greens stuck between your teeth!

Which Foods You Should Avoid After Teeth Whitening

Everyone knows that coffee is the number one culprit for stained teeth, but there are other foods to be mindful of, too.

Overall, any foods that have dark, rich colors have the potential to stain your teeth. This includes red wines, teriyaki sauce, beets, and tomato sauce to name a few.

While you don't have to cross anything dark off your menu, you can help lessen the effects by flossing and brushing your teeth after eating.

Looking for the Teeth Whitening in Washington D.C.?

Now that you know the ins and outs of teeth whitening, you can call to schedule an appointment with your dentist.

If you live in the D.C. area and you want the best care, contact us today, would love to help you get your dream smile. Contact us for more information about our services.

Know Before You Go: What to Expect With Professional Teeth Whitening

Know Before You Go: What to Expect With Professional Teeth Whitening

Are you about to get your teeth professionally whitened? If so, read on to learn what to expect with a professional teeth whitening.

Do you want whiter teeth? You're certainly not alone. 80% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 49 want to whiten their teeth too.

Luckily, for many, this isn't an impossible goal to achieve. Are you yourself about to get your teeth professionally whitened?

If so, read on to learn what to expect from a professional teeth whitening. In no time at all, you'll have the smile you always dreamed of!

Your Dentist will Record Your Teeth

When you first arrive in the dentist's chair, they will take a record of your current teeth and their shade.

You will be able to choose the white shade you would like your teeth to be. Consider choosing a few shades whiter than your current shade but don't go too drastic to begin.

Preparation for the Procedure Begins

If you are having your teeth professionally whitened in a dentist's office, you can expect them to begin by polishing your teeth with pumice. This material will get rid of plaque in your mouth.

Next, your dentist will use refactors to keep your lips and tongue away from the solution and gauze to keep your teeth dry. Finally, they will add a barrier to the gums to protect them too.

Whitening Solution is Added

After preparing your mouth, your dentist will add the whitening solution. This is only put on the front of your teeth.

The bleaching agent in this solution will either be carbide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide. This requires your dentist to then use a laser or curing light to activate it.

You may need to sit tight for up to an hour. Alternatively, you will simply have to return and apply further coats. Speak to your dentist before the procedure begins to find out what to expect.

After this process is complete, your dentist will rinse your teeth with water. If you're not happy with the final shade - speak up. Your dentist may schedule further appointments.

You will also likely be given fluoride to reduce any pain or sensitivity in your teeth. Don't worry though, this feeling is normal and whitening your teeth is safe.

Whiten Your Teeth at Home for a Cheaper Cost

If you're looking for a cheaper alternative to having your teeth whitened professionally then you can speak to your dentist about acquiring a kit.

However, these whitening kits also require a trip to the dentist as you will need to have a dental impression made. Then, dental cups and whitener will be provided to you.

This process will take a couple of weeks to complete and needs to be done for one hour per day.

Professional Teeth Whitening Leads to Brighter Smiles

You should now be prepared for your professional teeth whitening experience! Soon, you'll be beaming at everyone you come across thanks to your new pearly whites.

With just a few procedures, you can completely change your life and even increase your confidence thanks to a brighter smile.

Do you need more information about dentistry? Read our Dental FAQs for more information and stay informed about your dental health!


Implant Consultation

FREE

Includes exam & X-rays

New Patient Consultation

$99

Includes exam, X-rays & entry for a free bleaching raffle!

Implant Placement

$1,695

Includes exam & X-rays

Start-to-Finish Implant

$3,295

Includes implant, crown, abutment & 3D X-ray

PAYMENT OPTIONS

Our practice accepts most major credit cards, all major PPOS, and also offer affordable payment plans with special financing through CareCredit and Springstone.


INSURANCE

We accept all PPO insurances. Our office staff is always available to help you with insurance claims and paperwork. We'll work with your insurance provider to make sure that your coverage meets your needs and your budget.

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