Teeth Whitening Services
Are you interested in teeth whitening but don’t know which is the ideal option for you? Here at BME Dental, we offer free teeth whitening consultations to provide you with the right treatment customized for your goals and level of teeth sensitivity. We offer two different types of teeth whitening: in-office teeth whitening done chairside for immediate results, and take-home gel teeth whitening.
In-office Teeth Whitening
At BME Dental, we offer only the finest quality available in dentistry, which is why we offer KoR Whitening for our in-office whitening treatment. An in-office teeth whitening is done professionally in the dental office by Dr. Bridget and may take 1-2 hours. It’s a great option for those preparing for a wedding or any important event, or simply for those who want immediate results!
What is KoR Whitening?
KoR Whitening is the best in the teeth whitening industry to date. It’s a 15-day process so it’s important to plan ahead of time if you’d like to get your teeth whitened before a wedding or an event! A KoR take-home gel whitening is used for 14 days every night. On the 15th day, you come in to the office for an in-house whitening treatment. Afterwards, you continue to use and apply the take-home gel as needed for maintenance. It’s important to know that results may vary for every individual. KoR Whitening is an amazing product that can whiten your teeth to its highest natural value.
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Take-Home Teeth Whitening
Take-home teeth whitening requires you to apply whitening gel into your customized clear trays. Depending on the chemical formula of the whitening gel, you can wear it anywhere from 30 minutes to an entire night’s sleep. Take-home trays are a great option for those wanting to gradually whiten their teeth and for those who are too sensitive for in-office teeth whitening.
What is Philips Zoom Whitening?
At BME Dental, we use Philips Zoom Whitening Gel because they offer a variety of chemical compounds that allows us to customize to each patient’s level of sensitivity. For example, for someone with more teeth sensitivity, we would recommend a gel containing a lower percentage of carbamide peroxide rather than a gel containing hydrogen peroxide in a higher percentage.
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