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Take-Home Teeth Whitening – Lincoln, NE

Our Products Are Safe, Reliable, And Effective

Over time, teeth inevitably become more stained and discolored. For some people, this cosmetic imperfection can have a deep and drastic impact on their self-esteem, causing issues like social anxiety to impact their daily lives. If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your smile or find it unattractive, don’t take a gamble on store-bought kits, try professional teeth whitening from Weber Family Dentistry. We offer customized take-home products that are highly concentrated and will begin whitening your teeth within a few days. That way, the next conversation you have will be one where you feel confident and happy to let your smile show.

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Why Choose Weber Family Dentistry For Teeth Whitening? 

  • Safe and Effective Ingredients
  • Customized Whitening Trays
  • Guaranteed Quality Dentistry

How Does The Take-Home Opalescence Whitening Kit Work?

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At Weber Family Dentistry, we use take-home Opalescence Tooth Whitening Systems to offer fast and trusted results. When you visit our office, we’ll take impressions of your mouth and create custom-made whitening trays that cover the entire surface of your teeth for even results. We’ll then show you how to apply your highly concentrated whitening gel to your oral appliance.

When you do this at home, you’ll place your tray over your teeth and gently wipe away any excess gel with a soft toothbrush. We’ll recommend leaving the tray in your mouth for a certain period of time. Once the time has passed, you’ll remove the tray and brush your teeth to remove any remaining gel. It’s important to clean your trays with a soft toothbrush and cool water and store them in the protective container we provide you with to keep them free of bacteria.

What Are The Benefits Of Professional Teeth Whitening?

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Store-bought whitening kits aren’t always guaranteed to work or be safe for your gums and oral tissue, that’s why it’s always recommended to visit a professional to get the results you want without taking a gamble on your oral health. With our Opalescence take-home whitening kit, you’ll be able to enjoy several advantages:

  • Whiten your teeth in the comfort of your own home and on your own time.
  • The gel is specially formulated to keep your mouth from becoming dry.
  • Professional whitening gel contains a high concentration of Carbamide Peroxide that comes in mint, melon, or regular flavors.
  • The gel is sticky and thick enough to not travel to other areas of your mouth and cause irritation.

You can enjoy professional customized results that boost your confidence. That way, you’ll be able to feel comfortable speaking, laughing, and smiling without hiding your teeth behind your hands.

How Can I Maintain The Results?

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The best way to keep your teeth white after treatment is to keep up with your oral hygiene routine and limit your intake of stain-causing foods and drinks. When you follow aftercare instructions from your cosmetic dentist, you can enjoy the results for years to come. If you have any questions about the treatment or want to get a touch-up kit, be sure to contact our office! We’d be more than happy to help you get your smile back on track.

Teeth Whitening FAQs

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Teeth whitening in Lincoln puts a brighter smile within your reach — but you may want to learn more about it before you schedule your consultation. That is understandable, and it is exactly why we have put together the following list of frequently asked questions, along with their answers. If you don’t see the information you were hoping for, reach out to us directly. Our friendly team will be happy to share our knowledge!

Does Teeth Whitening Hurt?

Most professional whitening treatments are designed to cause as little sensitivity as possible, especially since they are customized to each patient. However, a temporary increase in sensitivity is still entirely possible, especially if you are already prone to sensitive teeth. During your treatment, you may find it best to cut back on or avoid things that cause discomfort, such as hot and cold beverages. Using a gentle, desensitizing toothpaste may also help. If you experience any significant pain, let your cosmetic dentist in Lincoln know. We might suggest that you reduce how long you are wearing your whitening trays or perhaps advise you to come in for an appointment.

What’s the Difference Between Professional and Store-Bought Teeth Whitening?

Both professional and over the counter whitening products are designed to fight dental discoloration, and they may contain similar types of ingredients. However, OTC products are much less potent and do not deliver the same dramatic results as professional products. Also, they have one-size-fits-all trays and strips, which may allow whitening gel to get onto your gums and cause discomfort. Keep in mind as well that while most OTC products are safe, there are some that contain harsh ingredients that you shouldn’t expose your teeth to. Professional whitening systems have already been thoroughly vetted for both efficacy and safety.

How Can I Make My Teeth Whitening Results Last?

How long your results last depends largely on your daily habits. Some patients find that their whiter smile lasts for just a couple of months, while others put in the effort to make theirs last for years. To extend the lifespan of your treatment, you should have a thorough oral hygiene routine, limit your intake of staining foods and beverages, and avoid the use of tobacco products. Regularly attending preventive dental appointments is also a key.

Am I a Candidate for Teeth Whitening?

Teeth whitening is safe and appropriate for most patients. However, you’ll need to come in for a consultation to find out for sure whether it is right for you. If you have untreated dental problems, like gum disease or cavities, those will have to be addressed before you move ahead with any cosmetic procedures. Additionally, keep in mind that whitening treatments do not affect veneers, bonding, or other types of restorations. If you have any of those on your front teeth, Dr. Weber will talk to you about your options for brightening your smile.