Cosmetic Teeth Whitening | Wall NJ Teeth Whitening
Sage Dental provides many cosmetic dental services, such as offering the choice of porcelain as the material for veneers, crowns, and fixed bridges. Composite fillings are also frequently requested and provided, to minimize the sensitivity to cold foods and liquids and preserve the whole look of the tooth. Perhaps one of the most popular cosmetic dental options that many patients request is teeth whitening. Fortunately, Sage Dental offers two choices for whitening for the convenience of our patients.
Traditional Teeth Whitening | Sage Dental Cosmetic Dentistry
Traditional whitening or bleaching has been used for many years, and is used to whiten discolored teeth, usually by coffee, tea, wine, or smoking. In addition, teeth discolored by teeth stained from medications, aged tooth enable, fluoride deposits, or genetically discolored teeth are also good candidates for traditional teeth whitening. This method works by bleaching the natural tooth enamel white. It will not work with fillings, crowns, or other restorations. This method of teeth whitening can be done in the convenience of a patient’s own home, or at the Sage Dental office. If the procedure is taking place in the office, it only takes about thirty minutes to an hour, and a total of only two office visits to complete. If done at home, the treatment is applied daily for two to four weeks, depending on the severity of the staining.
One-Hour Teeth Whitening by Sage Dental | Wall NJ Dentists
A new kind of in-office tooth whitening procedure is truly revolutionary. Perfect for busy individuals, it is safe, effective, and fast at just one hour. Instead of using strips or wearing trays or using strips for days at a time, coming to the office for just one hour is the quickest way to whiten teeth by at least six to ten shades. The price for one hour whitening is surprisingly low for such an innovative solution. Safe Dental only charges $299, an amount that is much lower than most other dentists collect. It is a great way for busy individuals to restore stained teeth from liquids or medications, discolored teeth, fluoride deposits, or aged tooth enamel.