Teeth Whitening

Professional whitening can be done to remove years worth of stains and discoloration from your teeth.

What is professional Teeth Whitening?

Professional whitening can be done to remove years worth of stains and discoloration from your teeth. Stains and discoloration can occur due to age, genetics, medication as well as daily habits and dietary choices. Our goal here at Sudbury Dental is to provide you with professional whitening treatment that can be done conveniently and safely. We use products and treatment options that offer high-quality whitening results for a dramatic effect.

Why would you want Teeth Whitening?

Most patients will benefit from some level of whitening, especially if their teeth are yellowed, stained or discolored. We recommend having your teeth whitened regularly to improve their overall appearance and to help you regain confidence in the way that you look. Some reasons to consider whitening include:

• You are a smoker or chew tobacco
• You drink coffee, tea or soda
• You eat a lot of staining foods like berries and chocolate
• You take medication that yellows your teeth
• You want to improve your smile for a special event
• You’re tired of feeling badly about your appearance

What makes you a good candidate for Teeth Whitening?

Unlike over-the-counter whitening products, our whitening services are done under the supervision of Dr. Kang. This ensures that sensitivity is kept at bay and damage to the enamel of your teeth is nonexistent. We provide shade guides so that you know how much your teeth have whitened both before and after treatment. We provide customized treatment options so that the whitening you choose is ideal for your needs and lifestyle.

What happens during the procedure for professional Teeth Whitening?

You will come into our Sudbury Dental office and have an exam with Dr. Kang. From there, we will discuss whitening options, treatments and costs. We will then provide you with the whitening that you need, whether in-office or at home, and give you instructions on how to maintain your results. It is important to avoid going back to old, unhealthy habits in order to maintain your new whiter teeth. You may want to have your teeth whitened before more invasive work is done so that your new restorations match your enamel.

If you’re interested in professional whitening and want to inquire more about this procedure, call our office today so that one of our friendly staff members can schedule an appointment for you.