Teeth Whitening Options
Solutions and treatment for tooth whitening are plentiful. How to whiten teeth it’s something that is on many Americans’ minds.
There are over-the-counter solutions which are relatively cheap, and take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks of in-house treatment. Whitening pens, whitening strips, and strong gels are common in-home procedures.
Teeth whitening cost will be a bit higher for treatments administered by dentists. Professional teeth bleaching will take one or two dental visits. These results will be the best experience and most evenly distributed results.
Whitening teeth is a quick solution using strong bleaching agents. The agents are then dried with UV or LED lighting, this is the actual process that breaks down the stains on your tooth. At this age they naturally lose their pearly white shine, so habitual teeth cleaning and whitening might be an option for you.
Forming A New Smile With Veneers
“How much are veneers and are they covered by my private dental insurance?” is the question I get often. Elective procedures are rarely covered by low cost dental insurance. This means that procedures in which are not utilitarian based walking come with a high out-of-pocket cost.
Veneers cost anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars, depending on the condition of your existing teeth and the number of teeth you are looking to conceal.
Lumineers is probably the most popular brand of veneers, albeit a bit more expensive. Your dental health must be in better condition to be an ideal candidate for this procedure.
We are a general dentistry practice but consider ourselves highly competent in dealing with cosmetic dental works. This is because beyond our basic dental education, we continue with ongoing seminars an education that keeps us up-to-date and proficient in the most current technology.
These technologies allow us to more effectively and efficiently administer dental care. This saves us both time and provide savings that we pass onto you.
If you’re considering improving your smile, simply schedule a free consultation. Before beginning to improve the look of your smile, we will want to ensure that your basic oral health is pristine. This means that you have no gum disease, X-rays reveal no cavities, and that your oral evaluation is completed with no issues.