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Professional Teeth Whitening Atascocita TX - A Brighter Smile Starts At Our Dental Clinic In Texas

Are you concerned about the color of your teeth? Does the thought of undergoing whitening treatment make you feel jittery or uncomfortable? You don’t have to be. At Houston Dental Implants we offer a variety of cutting-edge whitening techniques that are proven to be effective and long-lasting. Our cosmetic dentists use Zoom and bleaching systems to lighten patients’ teeth by anywhere from eight to fifteen shades.

Whitening your teeth with the help of a professional at our clinic is not only effective but also long-lasting and hardly uncomfortable. Why settle with a grin that is dull, yellow, or otherwise discolored when you can have teeth that are brilliantly white? Read more about our teeth whitening treatment options and how our staff does their best to make you feel at ease and comfortable while you are undergoing treatment.

 

Over-the-Counter Whitening Products vs. Professional Teeth Whitening

Over-the-counter teeth whitening creams are popular for a variety of reasons. Some people find that over-the-counter treatments work well for them, while others may prefer more intense methods like professional teeth whitening. However, since over-the-counter tooth whitening treatments use diluted chemicals and can potentially irritate the gums, they may not produce the desired results in all cases. Over-the-counter whitening treatments might also take longer than professional treatments to achieve results, which might be a concern for some people.

Some people opt for at-home tooth whitening treatments because they’re affordable and convenient, but professional treatments offer better results overall. Professional teeth whitening uses more intense bleaching solutions to lighten teeth more quickly, so you could see considerable improvements in less time.

 

What Is the Right Teeth Whitening Option for Me?

 
  • Zoom Whitening Method: Zoom teeth whitening is a novel and fast-acting teeth-whitening technology that uses harmless LED light to remove stains and discolorations from tooth surfaces. Zoom whitening is the preferred method for those who are looking for a fast, painless, and affordable teeth-whitening option. This in-office teeth whitening method provides significant results in one visit, with fewer side effects than other more invasive methods. Patients can often see shades whiter than when they initially arrived at our office. The zoom whitening method is only approved for use by a limited few dentists nationwide, and we are pleased to be among the approved users of this method in Atascocita, Texas.
  • Deep Bleaching Method: If you have darker teeth that are severely stained, our Deep Bleaching Method is the best option for you. This process uses a special gel and intense light to break down the stains and make your teeth lighter. The results are often very noticeable, and shades may even change completely. You’ll need to visit us regularly for treatments, but the long-term benefits are worth it!
  • Take-Home Teeth Whitening Products: If you are looking for an affordable way to get started we offer take-home teeth cleaning products. This service includes high-powered toothbrushes and mouth rinse designed specifically for removing any stain or blemish from your teeth.

 

Teeth Whitening FAQS

 

How Long Will My Tooth Whitening Last?

Tooth whitening can last anywhere from 6-12 months, but again it all depends on the individual. If you drink water and tea and never smoke, you might only need to do a touch-up every four to six months. If you smoke or drink red wine, you will probably need to do a touch-up every two to three months.

 

Will Teeth Whitening Damage My Enamel?

The enamel is the outermost layer of your teeth and it’s very important for their health. The enamel serves as a protective shield against decay and damage from other foods and drinks that we consume. Tooth whitening treatments don’t actually damage the enamel, they just remove the stains and colors that have built up over time.

 

Will Tooth Whitening Affect My Fillings, Crows, or Veneers?

Some people may worry about the potential effects of tooth whitening on their dental work. In short, whitening will not change the color of fillings, veneers, or crowns. If you are planning on any dental work being done on your front teeth, be sure to have the bleaching done first.

 

Does Teeth Whitening Hurt?

Teeth whitening kits are a popular way to achieve a brighter smile, but they can also cause pain and inflammation. These products typically come with application trays that are designed for use on all teeth, which can result in an inaccurate distribution of bleaching solution. Additionally, these kits often contain strong chemicals that can irritate your gums and other soft tissues in the mouth. Professional teeth whitening techniques use much fewer chemicals and generally cause minimal discomfort either during or after the process.

 

How Can I Maintain My White Teeth?

If you are looking to maintain your bright white smile after a teeth whitening treatment, it is important to follow a regular maintenance routine. Smoking can significantly impair the whiteness of your teeth, so it is important to quit as soon as possible. If you do smoke, using bespoke trays at home can help to avoid any long-term damage. Additionally, if you have any dental work in the ‘smile zone’ – old crowns or fillings – we strongly advise replacing them after obtaining whitening treatment. Finally, keep dental cleanings as regular as possible to ensure your teeth stay as white as possible.

 

Am I A Teeth Whitening Candidate?

When you come to our dental clinic, our dentist will assess whether your teeth are in good enough condition to undergo whitening. If your teeth are marginally yellow or have some visible signs of wear and tear, our dentist may decide that general dentistry procedures such as root canal therapy or cavities repair are necessary before whitening can take place. Teeth whitening is most effective on teeth that are structurally healthy with few signs of tooth decay.

 

We Are the Leading Dental Clinic for Teeth Whitening Atascocita TX

For years, our Houston dental implant practice has been providing quality, personalized teeth whitening services in Atascocita, Texas. Our team of experienced and qualified professionals use the latest technology and procedures to produce consistent results for our patients.

Our Commitment to You

At our dental implant practice in Atascocita, TX, we understand that you have high expectations for your teeth whitening treatment. That’s why we go above and beyond to ensure that you are happy with the results. We use only the highest quality products and equipment, and our team of professionals is available 24/7 to help you get the most out of your teeth whitening experience.

 

Why Choose Us For Teeth Whitening In Atascocita, Texas?

There are a number of accredited dental implant practices in Atascocita, TX, but ours is unique in several important ways: We are a one-stop shop for all of your dental needs. We offer comprehensive care for both teeth whitening and dental implants. We also operate under the most stringent safety standards in the industry, ensuring that your treatments are safe and effective.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation!

 

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Dr. Holly J. Gregory practices a full scope of periodontics with expertise ranging from dental implants to laser periodontal treatments, gum grafting, and Dr. Gregory can correct a wide variety of periodontal (gum) disease.
Our office is located at 19502 McKay Blvd., Suite 202, Humble, TX 77338. Call us today at (281) 446-9157.

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