Cosmetic Dentists offer In-Office Whitening
If you have discolored teeth, you may be afraid to show off your smile. Discoloring occurs for a variety of reasons from medication, coffee, cigarettes, age and genetics. With all of the amazing advancements in cosmetic dentistry, there are always options to improve our smiles even when we were not born with the perfect set of teeth. Dull, off-white teeth can be embarrassing, but there is a solution. If you’re looking to enhance the beauty of your smile, Total Care Dental provides quality, safe, in-office teeth whitening and other cosmetic dentistry Madison relies on.
Teeth whitening has many cosmetic benefits:
- Improves your self-esteem
- Makes you look younger
- Removes uneven stains
- Long-lasting results
Schedule a cosmetic dentistry consultation at Total Care Dental in Madison to learn more about all the amazing benefits of professional teeth whitening.
Common Questions About Teeth Whitening
Q: How much does teeth whitening cost?
A: In-office teeth whitening can cost anywhere between $400 and $1,500. For specific questions on payments or if you should consider teeth whitening, contact our cosmetic dentists for a free consultation.
Q: Is in-office teeth whitening better than at-home whitening kits?
A: In-office whitening has faster-showing results than at-home kits. The procedure for an office visit is about an hour and you will see faster results. In-office whitening is done by professionals, so it will have safe and reliable bleaching results.
Q: Is teeth whitening meant for sensitive teeth?
A: If you have any kind of gum disease, your dentist will likely recommend your gums to heal before whitening. If your teeth are sensitive to whitening they may also be hesitant. For the best information on your teeth, contact a cosmetic dentist today.
Professional, Affordable Teeth Whitening
Worried about the cost of whitening your teeth? Total Care Dental has many financing options for cosmetic dentistry services. If you don’t have dental insurance, you may be eligible for a discount. Ask our staff for more details about all our payment options and financing plans.
It’s important to note whitening doesn’t work on artificial teeth, fillings, or crowns. Likewise, any teeth whitening system will not enhance the coloring of bonding or silver amalgam fillings. As a result, you should have your teeth whitened before you have any dental installations to prevent the surrounding teeth from appearing artificially bright. If you already have dental implants, porcelain veneers might be a better option for you to have an even, white smile. Contact our Madison dentists to find out if teeth whitening or veneers would be more effective for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Contact our Madison Dental Clinic for complete oral health care at 608-274-1911 or Request a Dental Appointment online!