Teeth Whitening In El Paso, Texas
$250 In Office Whitening *limited time, restrictions apply*
In most cultures, bright and white teeth are associated with youth, vibrancy, and health. El Paso Dentist Dr. Carlus Hu, DDS and Dr. Bowen Li, DDS offers various teeth whitening options and can guide you though this process.
What Is Professional Teeth Whitening
Whitening can significantly change how your teeth look without extensive dental work. Teeth whitening treatment have quickly become one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedure today. A lot of over the counter/DIY whitening product is not fitted well, and thus is very uncomfortable to wear and may leak the whitening gel which could cause an issue with your gum long term.
Professional whitening typically achieve significant color change with just ONE appointment.
Real Before and After In Office Bleaching Case #1
Recent case of In-Office Bleaching. 1 Hour of treatment. Crown is planned to change the color of the slightly darker tooth on the top right side to achieve even more perfect result
Real Before and After In Office Bleaching Case #2
Recent case of In-Office Bleaching. 30 minutes of treatment. Prior to bleaching a regular cleaning is also performed which also performed which further enhanced the effect.
Professional in-office whitening can whiten your teeth by 8 shades in an hour or less.
The dentist would first exam all your teeth and figure out if there’s any problem area to watch out for before performing this procedure. If everything is OK, a barrier is placed on your gum, and then bleaching agent is placed on the area where whitening is desired. A blue light is used to activate the peroxide and the teeth are whitened at a much faster rate than at home whitening. The bleaching agents are replaced periodically with fresh solutions. After one hour, you can walk out with a brand new smile! The advantage of this method is
At Home Teeth Whitening
After making sure your teeth are healthy enough for at home teeth whitening, we take a mold of your teeth and send it to the lab. The lab fabricate a custom whitening tray which is a perfect fit for your teeth. You will be provided a 6 month supply of whitening gel, which when used properly with the whitening tray, will whiten your teeth over a one to two week period. You could see a big difference even after just the first application. The advantage of this method is you can whiten at your own pace and the cost would be a bit less.
*Restrictions Apply, Please call for details. Professional whitening can only be performed if your teeth are in good shape. As part of the whitening proces, the dentist will perform an exam to make a determination on the suitability of professional whitening prior to treatment and may elect not to do it at their discretion. A regular prophy is always suggested in combination with whitening to increase the effectiveness.
Frequently Asked Questions
About Teeth Whitening In El Paso, Texas
Cost of Teeth Whitening
The average cost of teeth whitening in El Paso is about $150-$500, depend on what options you choose. However, Sun Ridge Smiles does offer promotions sometimes, especially near certain holidays and graduation when everyone want to look their very best. Please call or contact us to find out if we have any awesome specials.
How Much Whiter Can My Teeth Get?
It depends on many factors, including the initial color of the teeth, why they are yellow, how thin are the enamel, as well as how sensitive your teeth are. The average patient should see at least 2 shade whiter.
Will my teeth get yellower again after whitening?
A lot of time teeth whitening can bring your teeth to a very high degree of white, and if not maintained properly, your teeth will lose its brightness overtime again as they start to stain. A good daily oral hygiene regimen is highly recommended, as regular checkup and cleaning. If your teeth get yellower again over time after bleaching, this procedure can be done again to bring back the sparkling smile you deserve.
Will whitening whiten previous dental works such as crowns or fillings?
The bleach solution only works on a natural tooth, which means it will not whiten any previous dental work, such as crowns, caps, veneers, bridges, bonding, fillings, dentures or cavities. In fact, if you have such dental work, whitening may not work for you. This is another reason why you should have a professional check your teeth before you do anything at home.