Teeth Whitening in Elk Grove, IL

Teeth Whitening in Elk Grove, IL

Say goodbye to stubborn stains and reclaim your youthful radiance. Experience a dazzling transformation through a swift and effortless in-office teeth brightening session, as brief as a single hour.

Teeth Whitening in Elk Grove, IL

How Does Teeth Whitening Work?

Teeth whitening involves applying a strong whitening/bleaching agent to your teeth, usually hydrogen peroxide or hydrogen carbamide, on the teeth. The bleaching agent disintegrates the stains on your teeth into tiny fragments, making it easy to brush the staining agents away. The dentists repeat the application and activation of the bleaching agent until the teeth turn a perfect white.

Did you know…

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The blue light used in some modern teeth whitening treatments isn't just for show. It's actually a wavelength that activates the whitening gel, helping to accelerate the whitening process.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these frequently asked questions, or call us to speak with our team.

Can Yellow Teeth Become White Again?

Yes, yellow teeth can become white again regardless of the cause of discoloration. Different belching agents can break down the yellow stains on the teeth, completely disintegrating them and exposing the white enamel beneath.

How Long Does Teeth Whitening Last?

Teeth whitening can last anywhere from three months to two years, depending on the quality of the teeth whitening agent and how you care for teeth. Professional in-house teeth whitening usually lasts longer compared to store-bought teeth whitening products. The same goes for patients who maintain proper oral hygiene after teeth whitening.

Is It Better to Get Your Teeth Whitened at the Dentist?

Yes, you’ll be better off getting your teeth whitened at the dentist than doing so at home with substandard teeth-whitening products. Dentists use high-quality teeth whitening products that effectively whiten your teeth without causing irritation. Plus, professional teeth whitening lasts longer than DIY teeth whitening kits. Even getting an at-home whitening treatment from your dentist is more effective and affordable.

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