These days, many individuals are interested in making their teeth whiter. Technological advancements in the cosmetic dentistry industry allow for many different professional teeth whitening options. At the office of Dr. Jamie Elizabeth Sands, we offer Opalescence® Boost to help you get a radiant white smile.
Opalescence® Boost: A Brief Overview
When you are seeking teeth whitening results that will provide you with exceptional results, consider Opalescence® Boost. Opalescence Boost is a chemically activated, in-office whitening treatment that generates results within an hour. The procedure is applied by Dr. Sands and is ideal for individuals seeking instant results or people who are preparing for a special engagement that necessitates a white, “bright” smile.
Opalescence® Boost contains fluoride and potassium nitrate. The potassium nitrate in Opalescence® Boost has been proven to reduce sensitivity. Additionally, the product’s fluoride has been demonstrated to aid in the reduction of cavities while also strengthening the patient’s enamel. Together, potassium nitrate and fluoride help optimize the holistic health of the patient’s teeth.
How Does Opalescence® Boost Work?
The ingredients in Opalescence® gels work by penetrating the teeth to break down the teeth’s discolored molecules, thereby removing stains, and giving you the bright, white smile you desire.
Is Teeth Whitening Safe For Everyone?
Teeth whitening is a comfortable, safe way to attain a whiter smile. Treatment time and results are subject to variation based on the client’s staining and the level of whiteness desired. Fillings, veneers, bridges, and crowns will not whiten. It is important to schedule a consultation prior to treatment so we can help you decide which treatment option will be most appropriate for you.
How Long Will The Results Last?
When done properly, teeth whitening can generate results that last a long time following treatment. However, that there are several factors that can cause your teeth to lose their brightness and whiteness. Some of these factors include age, medications, diet, genetics, and bad habits such as smoking. Luckily, patients can attain touch-up treatments that help restore the level of brightness and whiteness desired.
Will The Whitening Process Cause Tooth Sensitivity?
Tooth sensitivity is common for individuals who undergo teeth whitening procedures. When this sensitivity takes place, it is often only temporary. In many cases, the sensitivity will begin to dissipate after the whitening process is completed. The fluoride and potassium nitrate contained in Opalescence® products will offer comfort and reduce sensitivity.
Schedule Your Consultation
If you are currently looking to enhance the level of whiteness in your teeth, professional teeth whitening services can be of great benefit to you. To determine whether Opalescence® Boost is right for you contact Dr. Jamie Elizabeth Sands. Doctor Sands will work with you to create a treatment plan that is right for you and your needs.