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In-Office Whitening

Northshore Dental
In-Office Whitening at Northshore Dental
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CURRENT WHITENING SPECIAL

 

IN-OFFICE WHITENING TREATMENT, INCLUDING TAKE HOME WHITENING TRAYS $400 For a limited time only.

 

*All patients will need Doctor’s approval to become a Whitening Candidate.

*Whitening consults are COMPLIMENTARY.

Visit Our Office

73193 HIGHWAY 25
COVINGTON, LA  70435

Call Us

(985)202-7878

Are you considering whitening your teeth? We can help you achieve the bright smile you’re wanting.
Let’s first discuss whitening.

Tooth whitening (also known as bleaching) is either the restoration of a natural tooth shade or whitening beyond the natural shade. To whiten the natural tooth shade, bleaching/whitening is suggested. It is a common procedure in Cosmetic Dentistry. and a number of different techniques are used by Dental Professionals.

How Does Teeth Whitening Work?

Teeth whitening is a simple process. Whitening products contain one of two tooth whitening agents. The two most common whitening agents used are hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide. These whitening agents break stains into smaller particles and making the stain less concentrated and teeth appear whiter.

Why Did My Teeth Change Color? 

Over time, your teeth can go from white to not-so-bright for a number of reasons.

Food and Drink 

Coffee, tea and red wine are some major staining culprits.

Tobacco Use

Two chemicals found in tobacco create stubborn stains: Tar and nicotine. Tar is naturally dark and Nicotine is colorless until it’s mixed with oxygen. Then it turns into a yellowish, surface-staining substance.

Age

Below the hard, white outer shell of your teeth (enamel) is a softer area called dentin.

Over time, the outer enamel layer gets thinner with brushing and more of the yellowish dentin shows through.

Trauma

If you’ve been hit in the mouth, your tooth may change color because it reacts to an injury by laying down more dentin, which is a darker layer under the enamel.

Medications

Tooth darkening can be a side effect of certain medications. Young children who are exposed to antibiotics like tetracycline and doxycycline, when their teeth are forming (either in the womb or as a baby) may have discoloration of their adult teeth later in life.

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Does Whitening Work on All Teeth?

No. Factors, such as a trauma or medications may prevent desired results which is why it’s important to talk to your Dentist before deciding to whiten your teeth.

What Are My Whitening Options?   

 

In-Office Whitening $250.00

  • Opalescence Boost 40% Whitening agent
  • 1 hour long procedure
  • No light Involved with this procedure
  • Quickest and most dramatic results for patient
  • Can produce the most sensitivity in Patients

Take Home Whitening Trays $300.00

  • Consult needed plus impressions
  • Will take at least 1-2 days to have made and delivered
  • Good for Whitening  upkeep at home.
  • Can combo with in office treatment for whitening & upkeep

Whitening Pens $34.00

  • Less concentrated bleaching agent
  • Comparable to Crest Whitening Strips
  • Better for patients who may have slight pre-existing sensitivity
Give Northshore Dental a call to schedule your free in-office whitening consultation


Why Did My Teeth Change Color?

Over time, your teeth can go from white to not-so-bright for a number of reasons.

Food and Drink Coffee, tea and red wine are some major staining culprits. Tobacco Use Two chemicals found in tobacco create stubborn stains: Tar and nicotine.

Tar is naturally dark and Nicotine is colorless until it’s mixed with oxygen. Then it turns into a yellowish, surface-staining substance.

AgeBelow the hard, white outer shell of your teeth (enamel) is a softer area called dentin.

Over time, the outer enamel layer gets thinner with brushing and more of the yellowish dentin shows through.

If you’ve been hit in the mouth, your tooth may change color because it reacts to an injury by laying down more dentin, which is a darker layer under the enamel.

Tooth darkening can be a side effect of certain medications. Young children who are exposed to antibiotics like tetracycline and doxycycline.

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when their teeth are forming (either in the womb or as a baby) may have discoloration of their adult teeth later in life.