Teeth Whitening in Brooklyn

Before and after whitening smileNatural tooth whiteness is rare because it’s challenging to preserve. A snow-white smile attracts the attention of others and makes you more approachable. Our professional teeth whitening services help people get the white teeth they want again. Our practice uses innovative techniques guaranteed to turn dark enamel to white and give patients the results they want.

The specialists at the clinic will determine the most suitable option for creating a flawless smile based on the individual. Using Airflow® technology or ultrasound helps correct the issues caused by smoking, tartar, cavities, black tea, or coffee. Sometimes, we can achieve results just by cleaning the teeth without resorting to bleaching. Our dentists recommend using whitening toothpaste regularly to keep your teeth white.

Beginning the Whitening Process

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dentistry procedure to correct stains and discoloration on a person’s teeth. The specialist focuses primarily on the front teeth; the smile zone depends on the individual. The procedure’s effectiveness and the number of tones the teeth can be whitened are determined on a case-by-case basis. The dentist, based on his experience, may predict the possible result.

Our dentists won’t promise impossible results. Patients may not achieve the desired shade the first time and may need an additional procedure. We’ll discuss how to care for your teeth to maintain your new whiter smile.

Woman with beautiful smile

Options and Technologies

At Aesthetic Dental, we have several whitening options; our dentist will discuss which one is best for you. They include

  • Photobleaching technology—uses a cosmetic gel and lamp to safely and affordably whiten teeth up to 12 shades lighter in one treatment. Not suitable for those with braces, gum disease, or pregnant or lactating women under 16 years old.
  • Laser whitening—requires a teeth cleaning before the procedure. Our dentist applies a
  • whitening gel and activates it with a laser. The process takes only 40 minutes and may last up to 10 years. Laser whitening is safe, strengthens tooth enamel, and prevents cavities. An expensive option, it’s worth it for a guaranteed result and a snow-white smile for years.
  • Intracanal bleaching—uses a hydrogen peroxide gel to lighten teeth by several tones. It’s great for teeth darkened by trauma, hereditary diseases, or antibiotics. The gel is placed in the dental canal and sealed with a temporary filling. Results are long-lasting with no pain.
  • Chemical bleaching—whitens discolored teeth using a 40% hydrogen peroxide medical gel. It’s safe but may cause temporary discomfort and hypersensitivity. The 10-tone lightening effect lasts up to five years, but it’s not recommended for those with oral cavity diseases or allergies to its components.

Take That First Step Toward a Dazzling Smile

Let us help turn your tarnished teeth into a gleaming set of pearly whites. Contact us today to book an appointment!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the safest and most effective teeth whitening method?

Professional whitening in the dentist’s office is the best and safest way to lighten your teeth. These procedures are considered safe because they do not damage the structure of the enamel. Cosmetic dentistry is constantly developing and improving existing technologies, so teeth whitening procedures are becoming more effective and, at the same time, safer. These techniques allow you to get a Hollywood smile in just one visit.

Is teeth whitening suitable for everyone?

Teeth with defects and damage to the enamel must be strengthened before bleaching. These procedures are not recommended for children under 16, as the enamel formation process is incomplete. Bleaching is contraindicated for pregnant and lactating women.

How long does whitening last?

Teeth whitening results usually last about one to seven years, depending on the individual. Good oral hygiene habits directly affect how long teeth whitening lasts.


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