Whitening

Take Home Nite White ACP

Nite White ACP is a fast, safe and effective tooth whitening system. Professional custom made whitening trays are made by taking a mold of your teeth. The whitening gel is a thick solution, which is applied by the patient at home using the clear custom fitted tray. The Mint flavored gel is worn overnight, while you sleep for ultimate performance and maximum convenience. In only 7-10 nights, you can achieve significant whitening results. A more concentrated bleach (22%) may be worn for only 1 hour as an alternative to the overnight gel. Nothing freshens up your appearance like a whiter, brighter smile!

In-Office Whitening

In-office whitening provides the quickest way to whiten teeth. With in-office whitening , the whitening product is applied directly to the teeth. These products can be used in combination with heat, a special light. Results are seen in only one, 30 to 60 min treatment session. But to achieve dramatic results, several appointments are usually needed. However, with in-office whitening, dramatic results can be seen after the first treatment. For more information come in and speak to one of our trained professionals!

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FAQ

What is a Comprehensive Oral Exam?

A COE is like a physical for your head and neck. It is a thorough evaluation and documentation of your teeth, gums, jaw bones, lymph nodes, and jaw joints. It is the foundation of the routine check-up. Your course of treatment is determined as a result of this exam.

What is a Recare Exam?

A recare is exam is the check-up which determines any changes since the previous COE.

Why do I need to have x-rays?

Digital x-rays show areas not visible to the eye.

How often do I need to have a COE?

A COE is recommended every 3-5 years depending on your history. Your dentist will determine what is right for you.

Can I just have a cleaning without a exam?

Yes, it is possible to have your teeth cleaned without having a check-up, but it is recommended that you see the dentist for a check-up every 6-9 months to catch problems early.