At-Home vs. Professional Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is something that has shot up in popularity over the past few years.

Before 2000, it was inconceivable that the average dental patient would wish to have their teeth whitened. Unless their teeth were terribly stained for some reason, they did not care enough to pay for the procedure.

However, the years since have seen us become even more conscious about our teeth and how they appear, which is why the demand for teeth whitening is higher than ever.

But is it better to go with an at-home or professional teeth whitening solution?

Professional Teeth Whitening

One of the reasons why we always recommend professional teeth whitening is because of the results you will experience.

While an at-home kit may get the job done in a pinch, you will not see that much difference in the appearance of your teeth. Yes, they may look a shade whiter if you stare at them in the mirror closely enough, but your friends and family may not even be able to tell the difference.

Spending $50 or $60 on those at-home kits can be a serious waste, as you are not getting value for money.

Even though it is more expensive to get your teeth whitened professionally, the results are incomparable. The very second you examine your teeth after the process is complete, you will notice how they are incredibly whiter and shinier.

And aside from the aesthetic benefits, the procedures and chemicals used by dentists to complete the whitening process are a lot safer than the at-home kits you may be able to buy at your local convenience store.

If you are willing to spend a little more, you can get your teeth whitened in a safe and productive way with us. And they will look so great after treatment that you will not need to worry about them for a long time!

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