Professional Teeth WhiteningGet a whiter, brighter smile with Opalescence Boost professional teeth whitening
You Deserve a Confident Smile
Boost your self-esteem and smile brighter with
Opalescence Boost professional teeth whitening
Are you ready to reveal your gorgeous, bright smile at your next big event? Debut a pearly white smile with confidence — it’s safe, effective, and makes a huge difference.
For the best results possible, we use Opalescence™ Boost™ professional teeth whitening. No hot or uncomfortable lights are necessary because it is chemically activated, and you’ll have a brighter smile in about an hour.
Opalescence Boost is a 40% hydrogen peroxide in office whitener that starts taking effect after only 40 – 60 minutes in the dental chair. It is chemically activated and mixed just prior to the appointment, which means every dose is as fresh and effective as possible. The gel contains 20% water which helps keep the teeth hydrated during the procedure and thus further reduces the likelihood of sensitivity.
It also contains potassium nitrate and fluoride. Both of these ingredients have been shown to reduce sensitivity, reduce caries, and strengthen enamel.
You will notice a brighter, whiter smile within the hour, but we will also give you a take-home whitening kit to complete the whitening process at home!
- Whiter smiles to leave you with greater confidence
- Exceptional results in less time and with smaller costs
- Picture-perfect smiles for your next big event
“Dr. Taylor and Her Staff Are Top-Notch!”
I have never had a dentist who is so good at minimizing pain or so well prepared. I needed a tooth capped and both appointments were done under the scheduled time and there was little lingering pain (easily controlled with one Tylenol). They are some of the nicest folks in the business too. I have never had any insurance issues and they do a great job with pre-approvals and billing.
Have Questions About Teeth Whitening?
We have the answers!
How does teeth whitening work?
Teeth whitening is the removal of stains and discolorations from the enamel and dentin. The outer layer of the tooth is enamel, and beneath the enamel is dentin. Enamel is thin and typically much lighter in color, while dentin is darker in color and makes up the bulk of the tooth. Enamel can be discolored over time simply from age, but also from outside sources like coffee, tea, tobacco, and other foods and beverages. Also, as we age, our enamel thins, causing more dentin to show through, making the overall appearance of the tooth look darker.
Whitening your teeth removes these stains and discolorations, giving you a whiter, brighter smile. The active ingredients in Opalescence whitening gels pass into your teeth to oxidize the discolored molecules deep down in your teeth, removing stains and whitening your smile. Our original, patented formula contains PF (potassium nitrate and fluoride) and is sticky and viscous, so it stays where it’s placed. This unique feature prevents the gel from seeping out during treatment, ensuring both the gel and tray stay in place and work effectively for the duration of your treatment.
Why should I whiten my teeth?
People whiten their teeth for many reasons. You can bring back some of that youthful appearance with a whiter, brighter smile. Do you have a wedding or an important day coming up? A whiter smile can help brighten up special occasions. Some people whiten their teeth before a job interview to get that extra boost of confidence that comes with making a great first impression.
According to a recent survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, “close to one in two (48%) people believe that a smile is the most memorable feature after first meeting someone—more so than the first thing a person says (25%).” That same survey also found that “more than a third of respondents view people with a flawed smile to be less attractive (37%) and less confident (25%) than those with perfect teeth.”6 Smiles make a lasting impression and a bright, white, beautiful smile won’t be forgotten. People seem to agree—nothing beats a beautiful smile!
Is teeth whitening for everyone?
Teeth whitening is a safe, comfortable way to get a bright, white smile. Results and treatment time may vary depending on the level of staining and whiteness desired. Crowns, bridges, fillings, and veneers will not whiten. Pregnant women, breastfeeding women, those with gum disease, worn enamel, cavities, and exposed roots may not be good candidates for whitening their teeth. We recommend visiting your dentist for a pre-whitening consultation so that they can help you choose the professional option that best fits your needs.
What options are available to whiten my teeth?
Will teeth whitening cause tooth sensitivity?
Tooth sensitivity is a relatively common side effect of teeth whitening. No harm is caused to your tooth as a result of whitening treatment, and this discomfort is not an indication of damage to your tooth. If sensitivity occurs, it is most often temporary and will go away when you’ve completed the whitening process. If you do experience tooth sensitivity, there are ways to treat it using desensitizing toothpaste and gels such as Opalescence Whitening Toothpaste Sensitivity Relief or UltraEZ desensitizing gel. Consult with Dr. Taylor to determine the best treatment for your needs.
Why doesn’t Opalescence whitening require a teeth whitening light?
Lots of other in-office whitening treatments use a light or a laser during the whitening process. You’ve probably seen commercials for these kinds of teeth whiteners. Or maybe you’ve even seen kiosks in the mall where they use light to whiten your teeth. Are these lights and lasers really effective, though?
The answer is no. Current research shows that only hydrogen peroxide (the whitening agent used in Opalescence Boost in-office whitening and Opalescence Go tray whitening) or carbamide peroxide (the whitening agent used in Opalescence PF custom-tray whitening) are effective in whitening teeth. Light activation adds no additional benefit. In fact, some research shows that using light for whitening can be harmful to lips and gums.
Does teeth whitening with charcoal work?
There is no evidence that brushing your teeth with activated charcoal is better, safer, or more effective than standard whitening toothpaste. Charcoal leaves a mess, tends to settle at your gumline, and is difficult for a dental hygienist to remove. Although the abrasiveness of the charcoal may help remove some surface stains, you may risk abrading your enamel too much. Such damage may not be repaired. Additionally, it is impossible for charcoal to actually change the color of your tooth.
The only substance proven to whiten the color of your enamel is activated oxygen, such as that released by the peroxide contained in Opalescence teeth whitening.
Can I whiten my teeth after a root canal?
Yes! Opalescence™ Endo whitening is designed specifically to whiten non-vital teeth. Consider talking to your dentist to learn more about the process for whitening a non-vital tooth.
Can I whiten a crown or a filling?
No, only natural tooth structure can be whitened, any crowns or fillings that you have will not react to whitening products. If you have a crown or a filling that is easily visible, you may want to talk to your dentist about different options for improving your smile.
How fast can I whiten my teeth?
Everyone responds differently to whitening treatments and everyone will whiten at different rates. Some stains are easier to treat than others. Teeth that are yellow or brown are easier to whiten than teeth that are gray-ish. Younger patients typically whiten more quickly than older patients, but every patient is different.
When whitening, keep in mind that your smile looks most natural when the color of your teeth matches the whites of your eyes. Some people want a Hollywood white smile, but that is not a natural color for teeth and few people can actually reach that color of white. Compare strengths and wear times for our various Opalescence whitening products and consult with your dentist to help determine the right option for you.
How can I whiten my teeth overnight?
How much does teeth whitening cost?
The cost of teeth whitening can vary greatly depending on what you use and where you get it. While over-the-counter whiteners are the least expensive, they may not be the most effective because they are not tailored to your specific needs and they may increase the risk of having sensitive teeth. Other dentist-administered teeth whitening treatments may be more expensive because of costly lights or lasers used in the procedure, but these accessories generally do not provide any added benefit. Opalescence teeth whitening offers the benefits of a dentist-prescribed whitening treatment without any costly gimmicks, making it the best value.
How long do teeth whitening results last?
Teeth whitening results are very stable, leaving you with a stunning smile long after treatment is over. However, there are a few factors that can make teeth lose their luster. Things like genetics, diet, age, some medications (like tetracycline), and certain habits (like smoking) may affect the length of your whitening results. Fortunately, touch-up treatments are quick and easy, helping you get that bright, white smile back.
How do I get Opalescence teeth whitening?
Opalescence teeth whitening is only available from dental professionals like Dr. Michele Taylor at Denti Belli Dentistry in Newcastle. This ensures that you receive safe, untampered, and real Opalescence whitening. After a routine exam to ensure you are a good candidate for teeth whitening, we will provide you with the right Opalescence whitening product for your needs.
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