Teeth Whitening in Kennesaw, GA
What is Teeth Whitening?
Our at-home whitening option safely and gently removes stains from the teeth using custom-made trays and professional-grade gel for the brightest, whitest results possible.
Professional whitening can remove stains and yellowing caused by:
The Benefits of Professional Teeth Whitening
Whitening from a dentist offers benefits over-the-counter whitening does not!
Why Choose Brookpointe Dental For Teeth Whitening?
We offer family, cosmetic, and restorative solutions that cover all areas of dentistry to give you complete comprehensive care. Brookpointe Dental is known for providing outstanding dentistry and fabulous patient care. How do we do it?
Some of the things that set us apart from other dental practices include:
‘‘ Everyone is exceptionally welcoming, friendly, and comforting. I recently had my front teeth bonded, and I was overwhelmed with anxiety because let’s face it, it’s not like picking out a pair of shoes. Dr. Duncan walked me through the process at my pace, which was very kind. This office goes above and beyond, and Dr. Duncan knows his patients, which I find to be a very rare, but important quality in a dentist. ’’
Amanda S., 5-Star Google Review
Have Questions About Teeth Whitening?
- Does teeth whitening harm your teeth?
No, it doesn’t. The whitening gel will not damage your tooth enamel, and your gums and soft tissue areas around the mouth are covered during treatment to protect them.
The process does cause your teeth to dehydrate temporarily but this will not harm them. They naturally re-hydrate usually within 36 to 48 hours.
- Does teeth whitening cause tooth sensitivity? Some do experience heightened sensitivity temporarily after their procedure. This will gradually lessen and stop, usually within a day or two.
- Should I avoid certain foods after whitening?
For the first 24 hours after you use your trays for a whitening treatment, we recommend:
- Avoiding dark, staining liquids such as coffee, tea, and red wine
- Avoiding all dark staining foods like bolognese, soy sauce, red meat, chocolate, and all fruit except bananas
- No smoking
- Avoiding colored toothpaste or mouthwash
- You DO eat “white” foods like chicken or rice and drink clear liquids such as water, milk, clear soda, or white wine