Whitening

Philips Zoom! Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Have you noticed your teeth looking dull or darker than you would like? Whitening your teeth can help bring your smile back to life and boost your confidence. Choosing to whiten your teeth through a dentist-provided service can provide safe, longer-lasting results, and each option that we offer can be modified to your liking.

Which teeth whitening method you choose will depend on a number of factors including your timeline for teeth whitening, history of sensitivity, as well as if you’ve had any teeth whitening services recently provided by your dentist. 

Teeth whitening is safe and effective and can change how you and the world see your smile!

Philips Zoom! Whitening

Philips Zoom Whitening is an in-office treatment that is guaranteed to brighten your smile immediately. If you are unsure whether this is the best option for you, we offer a complimentary consultation to ask any questions you have, as well as decide how much you would like to brighten your teeth – because Philips Zoom Whitening allows you to customize your whitening experience!

After your consultation, you will be provided with a prescription desensitizing toothpaste to use for two weeks leading up to your treatment appointment. This appointment will last about two hours and will include our team applying a whitening gel to your teeth and then using a LED light. 

Following your appointment, you will leave with custom trays to use for at-home maintenance and touch ups along with a supply of whitening gel. 

You will be required to avoid any dark liquids (ex. wine, coffee, soda) for three days.

One in-office appointment and a brighter smile is yours!

Philips Zoom! teeth whitening tools.
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Opalescence Go

Opalescence Go is an at-home whitening treatment that does not require additional appointments or services – you will just take it home with you from your routine appointment! 

With Opalescence Go, no impressions or molds are necessary, and the whitening trays are ready-to-go directly from the box. The trays will conform to your teeth and allow for the whitening gel to make contact with each tooth. You’ll wear the trays for 5-10 days for 15-20 minutes. 

Because Opalescence Go is a gradual process, it is perfect for those with sensitive teeth or those who have recently undergone other, more intensive whitening treatments and are looking to maintain their pearly white smile.

With Opalescence Go, you will be one step closer to a whiter smile!

Frequently Asked Questions

Dentist-provided whitening offers longer-lasting, safer results tailored to your needs, revitalizing your smile more effectively than over-the-counter options.

Your choice depends on factors like how quickly you want results, sensitivity history, and previous whitening treatments. We offer consultations to help decide the best fit for you.

Yes, teeth whitening is both safe and effective, enhancing your smile without harming your teeth when performed under professional guidance.

Expect a two-hour session where a whitening gel and LED light brighten your teeth, followed by custom trays and gel for home use, avoiding dark liquids for three days.

It’s an at-home treatment using ready-to-go trays, requiring no impressions. Wear the trays daily for 5-10 days, choosing between 15-60 minute sessions based on gel strength.

 

Yes, options like Opalescence Go are suitable for sensitive teeth, offering a gradual whitening process to maintain your smile without discomfort.

Dental Insurance

The American Dental Association recognizes the important role dental benefits have played in improving access to dental care for millions of Americans and is working with insurance policymakers to help set better standards within the industry.

Under a UCR plan, patients are usually allowed to see the dentist of their choice. These plans pay an established percentage of the dentist fee or pay the plan sponsors customary or a reasonable fee limit, whichever is less. Although these limits are called customary, they may or may not reflect the fees that area dentists charge.

It may also be noted on your bill that the fee that your dentist is charging you is higher than the reimbursement levels of UCR. This does not mean your dentist is overcharging you; for example, the insurance company may not have taken into account up-to-date regional data to determine a reimbursement level. Why? There is no regulation as to how insurance companies determine reimbursement levels resulting in wide fluctuation. In addition, insurance companies are not required to disclose how they determine these levels the language used in this process may be inconsistent among carriers and difficult to understand.