As a premier dental clinic skilled in cosmetic dentistry, we provide patients with a variety of teeth whitening options, ensuring brighter, more attractive smiles for people of all ages. Structuring a plan that is unique to you and your oral health needs, we help you choose an effective whitening solution that is best for you.


In-Office Teeth Whitening

Highly effective, immediate and affordable, in-office teeth whitening procedures offer stunning results in just one visit. Taking just 90 minutes, each treatment is quick and painless.

At-Home Teeth Whitening

Though taking much longer to see results, at-home tooth whitening options are generally much less expensive, providing the comfort and convenience of performing each treatment in the privacy of your own home, on your time.

Options for at-home treatments include:

Tray Whitening — Professional whitening using dentist-provided custom-fit trays and whitening gel. Placed in the trays, the whitening gel helps to eliminate yellowing and staining from the surfaces of natural teeth. Best results usually occur after ten to 14 days of use.

Paint-on Teeth Whitening — Often purchased over the counter, paint-on options give users a fairly effective yet very affordable solution to stained or yellow teeth. The whitening gel is literally painted on each tooth with a small brush, delivering whitening as it hardens and coats the tooth.

Teeth-Whitening Strips — Coated with a thin film of hydrogen peroxide, whitening strips remove stains after being applied to the front surfaces of teeth and left there for approximately 30 minutes, twice daily. Results depend on patient use and expectations.

Whitening Toothpaste and Mouthwash — Unlike other teeth whitening products, toothpastes and mouthwashes don’t actually alter the color of the tooth itself; they simply remove surface stains, making the tooth appear whiter and brighter. These products are among the most affordable options and easily incorporated into your daily dental care routines.

Before beginning any teeth whitening treatment, make sure to talk to your dentist or oral health professional. If you want to know more about your options for teeth whitening, schedule a personal dental health assessment ot teeth whitening now.