This is what Bleaching looks like. Teeth bleaching most commonly involves a solution of either hydrogen or carbamide perioxide. The solution is applied to the surface of the teeth and activated by a laser, light or delivery system such as a custom made trade. The result is noticeably whiter teeth.

The sucess of any bleaching treatment depends on number of factors, including the mode chosen by the dentist, a patient's level of stains, and oral hygeine habits. On average, patients who undergo teeth bleaching can expect to see results of 9-14 shades brighter. The Bleach will lighten only natural teeth. Bleaching will not change the color of existing crowns, porcelain veneers, or bonding work. A general or cosmetic dentist will be able to describe your bleaching options and recommend the right treatment based on your unique case.
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Only a specialist can determine if Bleaching is right for you. Contact us using the form on the right to arrange a convenient consultation with a specialist near you.

Typical Minimum Cost of Bleaching:
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Typical Maximum Cost of Bleaching:
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Average Cost of Bleaching:
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Time Required for Bleaching:
90 minutes - 120 minutes (see practice specific descriptions)
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Is Bleaching an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
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What are the Side Effects of Bleaching?
None. Teeth might be extra sensitive for 24 hrs or so after treatment. Easily treated by simple pain reliever.
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How Long do Bleaching results last?
up to a couple years. Depends on maintenance and lifestyle. Lots of red wine, dark pop, smoking, etc, will dimininsh results
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What is the recovery time for Bleaching?
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