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Rye, New York 10580


Tooth whitening enhances the brightness of natural teeth, but it's not for everyone. Discuss it with your Dentist before you take action, especially if you have:


•Discolored or sensitive teeth

• White spots or decay on your teeth

• Infected gums

• A bridge, crown, or other dental work (especially involving front teeth)


The lifespan of whitened teeth can vary and to keep your teeth their whitest without undergoing tooth whitening treatment, practice good oral hygiene.


Types of Whiteners

If your Dentist agrees that you are a candidate for tooth whitening, you can choose either an over-the-counter tooth whitening kit or a Dentist-supervised treatment.


Over the Counter

If using an over-the-counter whitening kit, choose one approved by the American Dental Association and follow the directions on its package. Store-bought kits require 7-30 days of consistent use for full effect. Individual results can vary.


Dentist Supervised

Dentist-supervised treatments provide greater tooth whitening results faster than store bought kits. Three types of treatment are available:


• An in-office treatment typically whitens teeth 5-10 shades in less than 30 minutes.

• A Dentist-dispensed take-home kit contains a higher concentration of whitening agent than a store-bought kit and is as easy to use. You are likely to be more satisfied with the results of a Dentist-dispensed kit than by a store-bought kit.

• Custom fitted bleaching trays - Your dentist can take impressions of your teeth and fabricate a custom tray in which you place bleach and sit in the comfort of your home.  Typically this can take 7 to 30 days of consistent use for full effect.  In this case, you can maintain your newly whitened smile by purchasing tubes of bleach through your dental office and following up every few months.


In-Office Treatment

After a thorough exam of your teeth, gums and supporting bone structure, your Dentist will tell you whether tooth whitening is a safe option for your smile. If the agreed-upon treatment is an in-office, Dentist-supervised treatment, your Clinician will:


• Prepare your mouth by covering your lips and gums so that only your teeth are exposed

• Apply a professional-strength whitening gel to your teeth

• Expose your teeth to a special light for 15 minutes to help the gel penetrate and whiten your teeth

• Invite you to watch TV or listen to music as you relax in the chair

• Reapply the gel and light treatment again if needed


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