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Memphis Teeth Whitening

Teeth Bleaching in Memphis

Memphis Teeth Whitening
Memphis Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is the best way to achieve a brighter and more beautiful smile. At Dove Family Dentistry, we can employ a quick and easy procedure done right in our offices. Our Memphis teeth whitening helps reduce any unsightly discolorations and staining caused by substances such as soda, wine, nicotine or coffee. The entire procedure is a safe and painless, and will have your teeth looking look like new in just a few visits.

Our Memphis teeth whitening uses a teeth bleaching system that can be done either at the patient’s home or in our offices. The benefits of the home whitening system appeal to many patients because they can whiten teeth in the comfort of their own home and on their own time. For home whitening treatments, we create a custom made mouth tray in order to ensure the proper amount of whitening is used and applied to the teeth. This also provides a better fit and allows the gel to reach only the teeth and not the gums, where the gel can irritate them. Our dentist will provide you with the instructions needed in order to do this easy procedure from home.

The home whitening procedure takes anywhere from two to three hours, depending on the level of whitening needed. A Memphis teeth whitening can last for a year or more depending on the patient’s dental and eating habits. Abstaining from nicotine and other teeth staining substances help keep teeth bright and clean. Minimal intake of sugar as well as brushing and flossing daily helps to maintain teeth and keep them their whitest as well. Call today to schedule a teeth whitening procedure at Dove Family Dentistry, where we care about yours and your family’s teeth and provide the best in dental services and cosmetic and restorative dental services.

Call our Memphis, Jackson, Oakland or Bartlett dental offices to make an appointment with a dentist who may be able to help you find out more about this topic, and improve your oral health.

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