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Professional Teeth Whitening Options

Teeth Whitening Options

There are many professional teeth whitening options available today, including professional whitening (obtained either in the dentist’s office or dispensed by the dentist). Also, there are direct-to-consumer whitening products available in your local drugstore or mass retailer. While many people may think you can only achieve professional level teeth whitening from a dentist, there are options available for home use, making it easy and convenient to get a whiter, brighter smile without leaving the house. These at-home options, however, may require a bit more time (versus the immediate results of in-office light and laser systems).

Teeth Whitening: Where to Begin?

If you're looking for professional teeth whitening , get ready to sort through a lot of information. There are numerous professional teeth whitening options designed to meet many different needs and lifestyles, and there is a great deal of information and research to be found. Try not to get overwhelmed by the amount of information, and start by considering your needs and the options available. This will help narrow your search and make it easy to select a professional teeth whitening option that will provide you with the brighter, whiter smile you're looking for.

Common Teeth Whitening Options

While you may find dozens of  teeth whitening options, there are three primary categories to help you get started. Don’t forget that it’s always important to ask your dental professional for advice before beginning a whitening program. They know your dental history and have a great deal of knowledge and insight on various teeth whitening options, including:
  • Professional teeth whitening and bleaching at your dentist’s office. If you want instant results done in a professional setting, consider in-office bleaching – you’ll leave your dentist’s office with whiter, brighter teeth. With in-office whitening, your dentist will apply a whitening agent to your teeth for one or more treatments. Some providers use lights to enhance the bleaching treatment. Your dentist can review costs and potential side effects before you make a decision.
  • Purchasing an at-home professional teeth whitening kit from your dentist. Depending on your dentist, you may find several professional teeth whitening options to choose from. Some dentists create molds or trays customized to fit your teeth. You then fill these trays with peroxide-based gels. Or, you may be able to buy  whitening strips from your dentist, such as Crest Whitestrips Supreme . Either way, your dentist can review the pros and cons of each option with you, depending on the condition of your teeth and your budget.
  • Using a professional-level teeth whitening product. If you are looking for a convenient and economical professional level teeth whitening solution, look no farther than your nearby drug store, grocery store or mass retailer. There, you will find Crest 3D White Whitestrips Professional Effects, which provides professional-level teeth whitening with results in just 3 days. These products whiten as well as $500 in-office treatments (when compared to light and laser systems) and can be used in the comfort of your own home. With Professional Effects, which uses the Advanced Seal technology, you can talk on the phone, drink water and go about your day while you whiten.
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