A bright and white set of teeth is what every patient longs for. With several known teeth whitening remedies out there (pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical) it can be a tough time choosing what might yield you supreme teeth whitening results and those that won't last long. An easy way to clear off the confusion would be to schedule an appointment with us so that we can take a closer look at your condition and recommend what is best. We can also tell you the difference between in-office teeth whitening and at-home teeth whitening.
What is an in-office teeth whitening procedure?
As the name suggests, your in-office teeth whitening would take place inside the dentist's office. The patient would be requested to schedule an appointment for the same as this would give the dentist time to examine the patient's teeth closely. A regular in-office teeth whitening session would take approximately 90 minutes allowing patients to see results immediately after the procedure.
What is an at-home teeth whitening procedure?
As much as beneficial an in-office teeth whitening session is, your at-home teeth whitening can be more comfortable and more convenient with the help of Tray whitening.
Tray whitening is a professional teeth whitening method that patients can carry out by themselves at home. It comes with custom-fit trays and a whitening gel. The patient would have to squeeze out a certain amount of the gel into the tray and have placed the tray in contact with the patient's teeth. The peroxide molecules would break helping to whiten the teeth. At-home teeth whitening would generally take 10-14 days although results would be evident during the third or fourth day.
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