Teeth Whitening

Woman Teeth Before and After Whitening

One of the most important parts of a quality and beautiful smile is the color of your teeth. Over time, our teeth begin to turn shades away from white. Discoloration can occur for many reasons such as natural aging and changes, excessive smoking, certain foods and drinks, and more.

More people are choosing tooth whitening procedures to restore their stained, dull or discolored teeth. There are several different teeth whitening methods available. From strips to toothpastes, gels and others, it can be hard to choose a teeth whitening product that is best for you.

However, professional tooth whitening is considered to be the most effective and safest method. Our teeth whitening treatment Orland Park protects your gums, unlike over-the-counter products. When properly done and with a good oral hygiene routine, tooth whitening can last for years. Tooth whitening is an excellent way to restore the natural color of your teeth or even make them whiter than your natural color if you would like.

Our Orland Park dentist offers his patients quick in-office teeth whitening.

In-Office Tooth Whitening Systems

We offer in-office tooth whitening systems at Dental Arts of Orland. These consultations usually take about an hour and will provide you with noticeable, instant results. For best results we advise that you come if for 2-3 teeth whitening sessions. We use a special gel that is applied to your teeth. To activate the ingredients within the gel, a strong light is used. Our Orland Park dentist is able to use different concentrations of tooth whitening gels to get the best results for you.

In-office, professional tooth whitening systems are for those who seek immediate results. These teeth whitening sessions are quick and easy, and you will leave our office with a brighter and whiter smile.

For more information on our teeth whitening treatments, contact our Orland Park dental office today.

Other Treatment Options

Your initial oral examination with the dentist in Orland Park includes a cleaning, visual examination, diagnosis and treatment recommendations. We will also take x-rays of your teeth for proper diagnosis.