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May
6

One Hour Teeth Whitening

Posted in Teeth Whitening

If you’ve researched teeth whitening treatments, you know that most take home kits can take a week or longer to give you the full teeth whitening results of the product. Some people don’t mind this, but for those of us with busy lifestyles, it’s easy to forget or keep up with a daily treatment. Instead, these people look to in-office one hour teeth whitening.

In-office teeth whitening uses some of the same whitening ingredients in take-home professional kits, but is amplified thanks to the equipment available inside of the dental office. These solutions naturally disrupt and lift years of stain from the porous enamel, leaving teeth multiple shades whiter after just one treatment. It’s simple: just sit back and relax, and let your dentist do the rest. After the whitening solution is applied, a light catalyst amplifies the results while you wait for 15 or 20 minutes. For best results, some patients get 2 or 3 applications in the same visit, depending on the severity of their stain.

It just takes one hour. One hour to a whiter, brighter, new smile. What other ways can you think of that change your entire appearance in just one hour? Maybe a haircut or new outfit, but it’s your smile that most people notice first. If you want to make a great first impression, then a great smile is a must.

Quit dreaming of a whiter smile and do something about it! Teeth whitening is so easy to have done, and gives you the instant change that you want without the need for additional cosmetic treatments. Contact your cosmetic dentist today to schedule an in-office teeth whitening visit.

Posted on behalf of Gold Hill Dentistry

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