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Why You Should Opt for Professional Teeth Whitening in Chesterfield, MO

November 29, 2019
Posted By: Chesterfield Valley Dental
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Teeth whitening has continued to grow in popularity in recent years, and the drugstore shelves have an endless number of products that all claim to whiten and brighten your smile. The truth is that the results most people get from these products are disappointing and unreliable. If you truly want whiter teeth, we recommend professional teeth whitening at a top dentist in Chesterfield, MO.

Because professional whitening products are used under the care of a dentist, the whitening gel is much stronger. Your dentist will also protect your gums and soft tissues from the gel, ensuring you have less sensitivity after treatment.

The Professional Teeth Whitening Process

At Chesterfield Valley Dental, we offer two types of teeth whitening. Both will brighten up stained or yellowed teeth. Our in-office whitening treatment means you can walk out after a little over an hour with much whiter teeth than when you walked in. With our at-home teeth whitening kits, we will provide you with custom trays to ensure as much of the whitening agent as possible comes into contact with your teeth. Most people wear the trays for a half-hour each day over a period of a couple of weeks to achieve excellent results.

The at-home kits are a great way to give yourself touch-up whitening treatments in the future. Unfortunately, teeth whitening is not permanent—especially if you indulge in tooth-staining foods, drinks, or habits.

Call Our Chesterfield Valley, MO Dental Office to Find Out More About Teeth Whitening

At your next dental checkup and cleaning, why not talk to Dr. Robert Rahm about brightening the look of your smile with professional teeth whitening? Having a whiter smile can boost your self-confidence and can take years off your appearance. Start off the new year with a new and improved smile. Give us a call today!

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