Teeth Whitening – Saratoga Springs, NY
Achieve the Bright Smile You’ve Always Wanted
With professional teeth whitening, having a bright and beautiful smile that you have always wanted can be a reality. Our team at Springs Dental has been helping our patients whiten their teeth for years. To learn more, call today or use the online booking feature to schedule your first appointment for professional teeth whitening in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Why Choose Springs Dental for Teeth Whitening?
- In-Office & Take-Home Teeth Whitening Options
- We Use Ingredients Clinically Proven to Be Safe
- Out-of-Town Patients Welcome
What Is Teeth Whitening?
While everyone wants a beautiful and bright smile, many people need a little help to get there. Whether it is from aging, stain-causing foods, certain medications, or harmful habits, many people experience changes to the color of their teeth.
Springs Dental offers in-office treatments and professionally supervised take-home whitening kits. In-office treatments deliver dramatic results in one visit. Take-home treatments are a convenient and effective solution, combining custom-made whitening trays with professional instruction and monitoring.
How Does Teeth Whitening Work?
Teeth whitening utilizes carbamide peroxide. When applied to your teeth, this solution causes dramatic whitening results in a convenient manner. During in-office treatments, the team may use a special light to enhance the whitening power of the carbamide peroxide.
What Can I Expect from My Results?
Teeth whitening is quite effective, providing benefits for up to 90% of patients. Results last anywhere between one to five years, depending on your oral care habits. However, retreatment is always possible. Every case is different, making it hard to determine exactly how much whiter your teeth will appear. However, many people experience two shades of whitening.
Is Teeth Whitening Safe?
Teeth whitening is considered to be a safe and effective treatment, especially when conducted under the supervision of a dentist. In fact, the American Dental Association has approved a range of whitening products. It is possible to develop slight gum sensitivity or irritation, although this will resolve when treatment ends.
Is Teeth Whitening for Everyone?
Generally, teeth whitening is tolerated well by many people. However, those with periodontal disease, sensitive teeth, or worn enamel may be advised to have these issues addressed first before teeth whitening is performed. The team at Springs Dental will work with you to determine if you are a candidate for teeth whitening.