Teeth Whitening Amherst NY

Teeth whitening is one of the most frequently requested procedures in cosmetic dentistry. This is because it is quick, effective, and relatively inexpensive. In Amherst, NY, Creekside Dentistry offers convenient options for restoring your natural, bright smile. Choose from in-office treatment, at-home treatment, or a combination of the two. We only use carefully selected professional tooth whitening brands. They yield optimal results with minimal sensitivity to teeth and gums.

Whitening Treatment in Amherst, New York

In-Office Teeth Whitening

In-office teeth whitening is an excellent option for patients who want to see immediate and powerful results. Patients will typically see results in about an hour. This in-office treatment creates a good foundation for at-home touch-ups. In addition, in-office teeth whitening is significant for special occasions such as weddings, graduations, or job interviews.

At-Home Teeth Whitening

At-home teeth whitening is very convenient for patients. This type of treatment includes a custom-fit professional whitening tray. The customized appliance assures that the whitening gel is administered evenly and properly. It also combats enamel or gum sensitivity. At-home teeth whitening treatment takes place over several weeks. The trays are worn either during the day or overnight for a set time.

Teeth Whitening FAQs

How much does teeth whitening cost?

The cost of teeth whitening depends on the type of treatment you select. In general, at-home teeth whitening is less expensive than in-office treatment.

How long does tooth whitening last?

The permanence of teeth whitening depends on how you maintain your oral health. Avoid dark foods and beverages (such as coffee, tea, and soda) after treatment to prevent tooth stains. Teeth may require periodic touch-ups to maintain their initial bright appearance.

What are the possible side effects of teeth whitening?

There are minimal teeth whitening side effects. Most frequently, patients report mild to moderate tooth sensitivity.