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Teeth Whitening

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Cleveland Dental Care


Your Smile is our Priority


Teeth Whitening

At-home teeth whitening involves the use of whitening products provided by a dental professional. This typically includes customized whitening trays and a whitening gel. The trays are filled with the gel and worn over the teeth for a specified period, usually a few hours a day or overnight, depending on the product. At-home treatments usually take longer to achieve desired results compared to in-office treatments.

Teeth whitening is effective in treating various types of tooth stains caused by factors such as aging, consumption of certain foods and beverages, tobacco use, and certain medications. However, it may not be effective for stains that originate from within the tooth or certain dental conditions.

Benefits of

Teeth Whitening


Cleveland Dental Care


We are committed to providing a comfortable and positive experience for our patients. Our friendly and caring team will make you feel at ease, addressing any concerns you may have and guiding you through the teeth whitening process with utmost care and compassion. Your satisfaction and well-being are our top priorities, and we strive to exceed your expectations at every step.

Choosing us for your teeth whitening means choosing a dental practice that values your individual needs, delivers personalized care, uses professional-grade products, prioritizes your overall oral health, and ensures a comfortable experience. We are dedicated to helping you achieve a brighter, whiter smile that boosts your confidence and enhances your overall appearance. Trust us to provide you with exceptional teeth whitening results and a smile you’ll be proud to show off.

FAQ's About
Tooth Whitening Treatment

Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes, teeth whitening is considered a safe procedure when performed under the supervision of a dental professional. Professional teeth whitening products and techniques have been extensively tested and approved for use. However, it’s important to follow the instructions provided by your dentist and avoid overusing or misusing whitening products, as excessive use can lead to tooth sensitivity or gum irritation.

What causes tooth discoloration?

Tooth discoloration can be caused by a variety of factors, including aging, consumption of certain foods and beverages (such as coffee, tea, red wine, and berries), tobacco use, poor oral hygiene, and certain medications or medical conditions. Teeth whitening treatments can effectively address extrinsic stains that occur on the outer surface of the teeth

How long does teeth whitening last?

The longevity of teeth whitening results varies depending on individual factors such as oral hygiene practices and lifestyle choices. Generally, teeth whitening effects can last from several months to a few years. Regular dental check-ups, maintaining good oral hygiene, and avoiding stain-causing habits can help prolong the results.

Are there any side effects associated with teeth whitening?

 Some individuals may experience temporary tooth sensitivity or gum irritation during or after teeth whitening treatment. However, these side effects are usually mild and subside shortly after the treatment. It’s important to inform your dentist about any existing dental issues or sensitivity concerns before undergoing teeth whitening.

Can teeth whitening treat all types of stains?

 Teeth whitening treatments are most effective in treating extrinsic stains, which are surface stains caused by external factors. However, certain intrinsic stains, which originate from within the tooth structure, may not respond well to teeth whitening. In such cases, your dentist may recommend alternative cosmetic dental procedures to improve the appearance of the affected teeth.

Can I whiten my teeth if I have dental restorations?

Teeth whitening treatments generally only affect natural tooth structure and do not whiten dental restorations such as fillings, crowns, or veneers. If you have existing restorations that are visible when you smile, it’s important to discuss this with your dentist. They can provide guidance on how to achieve a consistent and harmonious smile appearance.

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