Teeth Whitening in New York City, NY
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What is Teeth Whitening?
In a world where looks are everything, we know the color of your teeth is often a big cosmetic concern. Fortunately, Concerned Dental Care is here to help you address this concern with professional-grade in-office, and at-home, teeth whitening. Although there are tons of grocery store whitening options, we offer a product that has shown to be superior to most over-the-counter remedies currently available. Our whitening treatments, highly recommended by our dental team, will whiten your teeth by quite a few shades and provide beautiful results for much longer than alternative choices. We utilize professional-strength solutions that truly do the job, reaching beneath the surface of the teeth to treat deep stains, instead of consumer-level solutions that just scratch the surface (quite literally) and provide a brighter hue of yellow at best. If you're in the Bronx, Queens, or New York City, NY, give any of our offices a call to schedule a consultation.
Who Can Have Teeth Whitening?
When debating the pros and cons of professional vs. over-the-counter whitening solutions, you should think about what you are attempting to accomplish. If your smile has been white your whole life and just recently is starting to yellow, a grocery-store kit could produce great, but temporary, results. If your teeth have darker discoloration, you may be a good candidate to receive in-office professional teeth whitening at Concerned Dental Care. To maintain your results, we also offer at-home, custom whitening trays.
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What Can I Expect From Teeth Whitening?
At Concerned Dental Care, we offer multiple options for effective and quality teeth whitening. Our team will work with you to choose a treatment plan that matches your aesthetic goals and lifestyle. In most cases, your in-office teeth whitening treatments will be completed in less than one hour through the application of a prescription-strength whitening gel, along with the help of a light system that immediately whitens the teeth several colors. Our at-home systems are also efficient but may provide a more subtle result over a few weeks or months.
What Can I Expect After Teeth Whitening?
Following your teeth whitening session, you may experience some sensitivity to cold or hot beverages, but this usually subsides within a couple of days. Just like all dental procedures, it's important to keep up your routine dental cleanings and exams in order to preserve your results and maintain your oral health. Once the whitening procedure is finished, we usually suggest returning for touch-ups a couple of times a year. You will also receive specific instructions concerning what food and drinks should and shouldn't be consumed in the future in order to preserve your results.
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Is Teeth Whitening Covered By Insurance?
Because teeth whitening is considered elective and cosmetic in nature, it is not usually covered by dental insurance companies. Nonetheless, our expert billing team can assess your dental coverage to find out whether any portion of your dental treatment at our New York locations is covered. If you don't carry dental insurance or would like options for your out-of-pocket expense, we accept a variety of payment options as well as low-interest medical financing.
Professional In-Office and At-Home Teeth Whitening
Whitening can provide quick and dramatic improvements to your smile and quite possibly your overall look. At Concerned Dental Care, we offer both in-office and at-home whitening options for your convenience. In case you have been contemplating a teeth whitening program but aren't certain whether over-the-counter or professional options are the suitable answer, we urge you to schedule an appointment with one of our New York area dental teams to go over the benefits and risks of each method before you make your choice.