Teeth whitening is one of the most popular forms of cosmetic dentistry in the United States because it can be done in just one appointment and creates noticeable results almost immediately. Although numerous manufacturers currently market at-home teeth whitening kits on Instagram and other social media platforms, this treatment is best done by a professional dentist.
At World of Dentistry, we help our patients avoid the hazards of unprofessional treatment by offering simple and affordable teeth whitening in Brooklyn. Our treatments are approved by dentists, have almost no side effects, and can be completed in a single visit.
If you have ever been interested in teeth whitening near you, schedule an appointment today for a consultation and treatment.
Although there’s no shortage of teeth whitening kits on the internet, these are not as effective as professional teeth whitening treatments. Our in-office service and prescribed kits have more whitening power and include years of research to prevent unwanted side effects like sensitive teeth.
We care for your health as one of our valued patients and want to ensure you avoid being exposed to hazardous chemicals in online kits.
When you visit World of Dentistry for whitening, our dentist begins the process by performing a basic exam of your teeth. Sometimes patients have a condition like teeth grayed by medication, which will not be affected by the treatment.
If your teeth are healthy enough to be whitened, our dentist then cleans them. This eliminates plaque and buildup that would cause uneven whitening. A special peroxide solution is then applied to the teeth and activated under a special light. The light breaks down the peroxide into oxygen, which lifts stains from the teeth.
Our in-office treatment takes around 45 minutes and results in visibly brighter teeth that are up to 8 shades lighter than before.
The treatments used by our office have been rigorously tested to reduce potential side effects. However, sometimes a patient will experience temporary sensitivity to heat or cold. This should fade after 24 to 72 hours.