Teeth Whitening in Santa Rosa, CA

Do you feel like your smile could use a little sprucing up? If so, look no further than our team of skilled dentists in Santa Rosa. We offer top-notch teeth whitening services that can help you achieve a brighter, more confident smile. Don't settle for a lackluster grin - contact us today!

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Teeth Whitening in Santa Rosa

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Teeth whitening is the most requested cosmetic dental procedure in the world.

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In-Office Teeth Whitening

Our in-office teeth whitening service guarantees sparkling white teeth in just a few sittings. After examining your teeth, our dentist will clean them to remove plaque, tartar, and debris. They’ll then apply a protective gel on your gums or rubber padding on your gums to protect them from the whitening agent.

The dentist will then apply the whitening agent on the surface of the teeth before activating it with a special blue light. This process is repeated multiple times until your teeth become a brilliant white.

Take-Home Teeth Whitening

Patients who’ll have trouble keeping up with teeth whitening appointments can opt for take-home teeth whitening. Here, the dentist will first clean your teeth before using a putty-like material or digital scanner to take impressions of your teeth. The dentist will send these impressions to a lab to create custom teeth-whitening trays.

Once ready, the dentist will explain how to apply the teeth-whitening gel onto these trays. They’ll also provide instructions on how and when to use them for the best results.Be sure to Follow the dentist's instructions to whiten your discolored teeth.

Benefits of Teeth Whitening

Achieve a More Visually Appealing Smile

The most noteworthy benefit of teeth whitening is that it whitens the teeth for a more visually appealing smile. Teeth whitening gets rid of deep stains that ruin your smile and make you feel self-conscious about your teeth. With a bright white smile, you can confidently take on the world and drastically improve your quality of life.

Great First Impression

A lovely smile also opens up more opportunities for you in your professional and social life, making you appear more confident, amicable, and even intelligent. Professional dental cleaning also helps strengthen and protect teeth from cavities. Our Santa Rosa cosmetic dentists use certain chemicals to reinforce and strengthen the enamel after teeth whitening for stronger teeth that are more resistant to cavities.

Quick and Non-invasive Treatment

Teeth whitening is also a quick and non-invasive treatment, suitable for patients of all ages. However, patients with severe discoloration might need multiple sessions to get spotless teeth that retain their whiteness.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us to speak with our team.

How Is Professional Teeth Whitening Better Than Over-the-Counter Strips?

Although over-the-counter teeth whitening strips are readily available and affordable, their results are mostly underwhelming. These strips don’t offer the same level of whitening, leaving them a few shades darker compared to teeth whitened professionally. The results of teeth whitening strips also last a much shorter time than those of professional teeth whitening.

Do Teeth Whitening Treatments Hurt?

No, teeth whitening treatments don’t hurt and are, in fact, painless and non-invasive. The dentist only applies the whitening agent to the teeth with an applicator to whiten them. However, it's common for patients to experience some sensitivity after the treatment that dissipates in a few days. The dentist will also use a protective gel to protect your gums and mouth lining from the whitening agent.

Am I a Good Candidate for Teeth Whitening Treatments?

Anyone with stained or discolored teeth is a great candidate for teeth whitening, regardless of age and gender. However, patients with tooth decay, overly sensitive teeth, and gum disease patients may not qualify for teeth whitening. In such cases, the dentist will have to treat the underlying conditions before whitening your teeth.

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