Should I Get My Teeth Whitened Professionally?

Tooth discoloration is something that we all must eventually face. In fact, millions of Americans have stains on their teeth and other discoloration from a million factors that vary from person to person. Sometimes no matter how good your oral hygiene is, teeth will become discolored with the passing of time.

The important thing to remember is that you don’t have to hide that smile because of embarrassment anymore. Edgemere dental can help you get that winning smile back with our Zoom! In-House Teeth Whitening treatment. We can whiten your teeth up to 9 shades whiter in about an hour.

Why Professional Teeth Whitening is Better than OTC Whitening Kits

Many people today will choose to get popular over-the-counter take-home teeth whitening kits and be pleased with the results they get. But nothing will get you the results you really need with long-lasting benefits like a professional in-house whitening by our experienced and friendly staff.

If you’ve ever taken a teeth whitening kit, you know that the results can fade rapidly over the course of a couple of months. OTC kits can also leave your teeth feeling over sensitive if you leave the bleaching gel on your teeth for too long. Our staff is more than qualified to get you the best lasting results with little to no sensitivity after the treatment is finished. Teeth whitening is also the safest procedure that we do here at Edgemere Dental in east El Paso, TX.

Am I Eligible for a Teeth Whitening Treatment?

Since there are virtually no risks associated with our teeth whitening treatment, there are are few people that will not be able to get the procedure done. Teeth whitening is suitable for most patients but can not perform miracles. Patients with mild to moderate discoloration will get the best results. So our doctor will explain to you if teeth whitening will get you results you need and you can decide on whether or not you want to get the treatment.

Also, for patients with front implants, veneers, crowns or dentures, sometimes teeth whitening is not suggested because it will not affect compound materials. Patients with severe discoloration because of decay or dead teeth may also not want to get whitening because the source of discoloration is deep inside the tooth and not just on the surface.

Schedule a Teeth Whitening Consultation!

Our dental staff is professional, highly qualified, and friendly. We will patiently walk you through any procedure and answer any questions you have about insurance, financing, or treatment options. Call us today at 915-921-6200 or schedule an appointment on our Contact Us page. We’ll be glad to hear from you!