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Teeth Whitening In Orlando

At Elite Dentistry

If you’re self-conscious about your smile due to stains, Dr. Ashy and the team at Elite Dentistry can help with expert whitening services. We provide high-quality in-office and take-home whitening with Rembrandt and Zoom! Whitening products to help restore your smile and your confidence. Schedule an appointment today to enhance your smile!

An example of before and after dental teeth whitening.

What is Rembrandt In-Office Teeth Whitening?

For our in-office whitening procedures, we use professional-grade Rembrandt whitening products. The treatment will begin by cleaning your teeth and removing plaque, food particles and other debris.

Next, Dr. Ashy will use retractors to keep your cheeks and lips away from your teeth, and apply a protective compound to your gums. After this, he will apply the Rembrandt bleaching gel to your teeth. This gel contains unique whitening crystals and a desensitizing agent to keep you comfortable. Then, he will use a special light to activate the crystals and whiten your teeth.

The gel will then be rinsed away. This process may be repeated, depending on the desired color and brightness of you enamel. You’ll see beautiful results immediately after your procedure is complete! 

What Are The Benefits Of Zoom! Take-Home Teeth Whitening?

If you would rather whiten your teeth at home, we also offer custom Zoom! take-home teeth whitening kits. Dr. Ashy will build a set of customized trays that fit your teeth, and give you professional-grade whitening gel to wear in the comfort of your own home.

With Zoom! take-home whitening, you’ll get better results compared to over-the-counter (OTC) whitening kits and you can brighten your smile on when it’s most convenient for you, without ever having to sit in the dentist’s chair! You can also whiten your teeth gradually over a period of a few weeks, which makes it less obvious that you have had your teeth whitened. 

Does Teeth Whitening Have Any Side Effects? 

The only common side effect of teeth whitening is tooth 

sensitivity. The hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide used to whiten your teeth can make your teeth feel more sensitive to heat and cold. This will usually go away within a week or so, but it can persist longer for some patients. You can use Sensodyne or a similar anti-sensitivity toothpaste to help with this.

An example of teeth after whitening.

How Can I Maintain My Newly-Whitened Teeth? 

We recommend brushing twice a day and flossing once a day, as well as visiting Dr. Ashy for regular six-month cleanings to prevent stains from building up on your teeth. In addition, you may want to consider reducing your intake of staining beverages like coffee, tea, wine, and cola. You can also drink these through a straw to avoid contact with your teeth, and prevent the buildup of stains.

Beyond this, we recommend using a whitening toothpaste and whitening mouthwash to help keep your smile bright. You can also come in for yearly touch-up treatments at Elite Dentistry to make sure your smile always looks its best.