Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

  • In-office and take-home teeth whitening specials
  • Receive $100 off your teeth whitening for a cost of just $349
  • The most popular cosmetic dentistry procedure worldwide is teeth whitening
  • In-office teeth whitening procedure by your dentist is more effective than at-home procedures when it comes to teeth whitening
  • Teeth whitening procedure, when done correctly and by experts, does not damage your teeth
  • As you age, your teeth's color changes
  • The results of a teeth whitening treatment are not permanent

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Achieve a bright, stain-free smile with professional teeth whitening

Professional teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic dental treatment used to change the color of the tooth enamel and is an ideal way to enhance the beauty of your smile. The treatment can be completed in the dental office in about an hour, or you can choose to whiten your teeth at home using custom-made whitening trays.

Professional teeth whitening helps remove stains and discoloration from your teeth, revealing a whiter and brighter smile. Professional whitening is more powerful than over-the-counter whitening products, which is important if you have moderate to severe stains and/or discoloration on your teeth.

Professional teeth whitening procedure

The in-office teeth whitening treatment involves using a high concentration of hydrogen peroxide gel applied to the teeth by your dentist. Your dentist will then use a special light to activate the bleaching agent. This treatment is very effective in removing stains caused by teeth darkening, age or smoking. The peroxide breaks down into tiny oxygen bubbles that penetrate your teeth to lift away stains and discoloration.

The procedure involves wearing special retractors to keep your lips and cheeks away from your teeth while your dentist applies the whitening gel to your teeth. The entire procedure usually takes about an hour to complete. It's important to note that the effects of whitening can last long if you take care of your teeth properly and avoid foods and drinks that can cause staining in the first place. If you regularly smoke and drink coffee or red wine, your teeth will be more likely to stain again over time, even after your initial treatment. It's recommended that you whiten your teeth twice a year to keep your smile bright and beautiful all year round!

Contact Arizona Dental Heights To Achieve Your Dream Smile

Professional teeth whitening techniques can make your teeth several shades lighter in just one dental visit. When you come in for treatment, we'll discuss the results you can expect and do everything possible to help you achieve them. We'll also give you instructions on how to maintain your bright teeth, including avoiding foods and beverages that stain teeth. If you are interested in learning more about professional teeth whitening and why many dentists recommend this treatment for their patients, schedule a consultation with Dentist in Mesa, AZ. We can help you determine if this treatment is right for you!

Frequently Asked Questions

Tooth whitening is a common cosmetic dentistry procedure used to brighten the appearance of a patient's smile. There are a variety of reasons why teeth become discolored or stained, including age, tobacco use, foods and drinks with dark pigments like coffee, tea, red wine, and tomato sauce, poor oral hygiene, and some medications. Patients can correct stains with professional-grade tooth-whitening products in the dental office. Many patients see results after only one in-office treatment, though other patients may require at-home bleaching trays for noticeable results.

Teeth whitening is a very low-risk procedure and is safe when done by a dental expert. Hence, we suggest getting your teeth whitened only by a dental professional.

Teeth whitening treatment brightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. There are many options available, including professional in-office teeth whitening, at-home teeth whitening, and over-the-counter whitening products.
Professional whitening procedures are performed by a trained dental team, whereas over-the-counter whitening kits are purchased online and applied by the patient at home. Both procedures include the use of whitening gel and a tray or mouthpiece that the patient wears on their teeth. The main difference between professional and at-home whitening systems is the strength and concentration of the whitening agent. In-office treatments are typically stronger than those used at home. This means that they can eliminate your dental stains better and faster than over-the-counter treatments. Besides, to ensure safety, they are to be done by a dental expert only. A higher concentration of bleaching agents in professional-grade solutions may cause heightened teeth sensitivity in patients. Dentists often use desensitizing pastes before professional treatments to prevent this side effect.

Financial options at Arizona Dental Heights

  • We accept cash, checks, and credit cards
  • We are in-network with most PPO plans and accept all major dental insurance
  • We offer CareCredit financing and an in-house Dental Savings Plan to make dental treatments affordable


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