Valencia Teeth Whitening
Giving You a Whiter & Brighter Smile
If you are thinking about getting your teeth whitened, speak with the dental professionals at Go Dental today. Backed by decades of experience, we are highly skilled in teeth whitening in Valencia, and we have what it takes to help you achieve your dental goals. Using state-of-the-art equipment, we can effectively whiten your stained or discolored teeth and help you get the smile you’ve always wanted.
During your appointment, our team will sit down with you and discuss what shade you want your teeth to be. This is a relatively fast and safe procedure, and you should not experience any pain in the process. Once the procedure is over, we will inform you about how you can keep your teeth white. If properly maintained, your teeth can maintain their color for years on end.
Tray Whitening vs. In-Office Whitening
Go Dental offers two kinds of teeth whitening: tray whitening and in-office whitening.
In-office whitening is the perfect option for people who want noticeable results right away. The entire procedure takes just an hour to complete, so it’s ideal for individuals who are busy. During the procedure, we will apply a protective gel to your gums, and then we will apply a light-activated gel to your teeth. A special laser or light is then utilized to enhance the agent’s action. Once that is over, our team will take impressions of your teeth to create a custom tray for a touch up at home. Your teeth will be significantly whiter by the end of this process.
Tray whitening is used in the comfort of your home to whiten your teeth over time, and it is the less expensive treatment option. First, our Valencia cosmetic dentists will take an impression of your teeth so we can make a custom tray that you will use to whiten your teeth. Your trays should be ready to pick up in just a few days, and we will show you how to place the whitening material in your trays. These trays should be worn twice a day for 30 to 60 minutes per session. The results should be dramatic.
To keep your teeth white, you should:
- Schedule follow-up visits.
- Keep up your good oral hygiene habits.
- Avoid drinks that will stain your teeth, and stop smoking.