Teeth Whitening

Professional results—in about an hour.

For a brighter, whiter smile in one day, choose Opalescence Boost treatment at Dr. Stacy D. Johnson DDS. Boost is a chemically activated whitening treatment that gives you results in less than an hour. It’s ideal for people who want instant whitening or those who have that special event coming up that requires a bright, white smile.

 

  • Opalescence Boost contains PF (potassium nitrate and fluoride).
    Potassium nitrate has been shown to help reduce sensitivity. Fluoride has
    been shown to help reduce caries and strengthen enamel. Together they help
    to improve the overall health of the teeth.
  • Chemically activated, so no hot, uncomfortable light is needed
  • Applied by dental technician
  • Provides dramatic results in less than one hour

 

Understanding the Difference Between Bleaching and Teeth Whitening

As you age, your teeth can become darker due to changes in the structure of teeth as the enamel becomes less porous. This means bacteria, foodstuff and tobacco, even some antibiotic medications, can stain your teeth more easily.

For the past decade, an increasing number of products aimed at teeth whitening have become available. With such a wide selection of products and use of terms like teeth bleaching or teeting whitening, choosing what’s right for you can be confusing. Let’s start with understanding the difference between bleaching and whitening.

BLEACHING

Bleaching is a process that actually bleaches the tooth, meaning it changes the tooth’s natural color. Bleaching agents contain peroxides that help to remove deep and surface stains.

TEETH WHITENING

Whitening is any process that aids in making teeth whiter. Thus, bleaching can be considered a form of teeth whitening. But, there are numerous non-bleaching teeth whitening agents that work by physical or chemical action to remove surface stains. Note that these products act on surface stains, not deep stains.

Which Teeth Whitening Process Is Right For You?

Over-the-counter products contain peroxide bleaching agents, typically 10 percent carbamide peroxide. The amount of active ingredient is low enough to be safe and effective for most people. Over-the-counter products are intended for use over 2 to 4 weeks, though results after using them may vary from positive to poor. Tooth sensitivity and occasional irritation of the gums are common side effects, particularly in the early stages.

Some toothpaste products claim they can whiten teeth. These products usually contain polishing or chemical agents that improves teeth appearance by removing surface stains through polishing or other non-bleaching action. These products vary in their effectiveness depending on how often you brush and your brushing technique. Thus, they can take a long time for results to become noticeable.

Professional teeth whitening is safe, effective and fast with results seen typically in less than one hour. Look to Dr. Stacy Johnson for immediate, brighter smile with advanced whitening technology.

 

Reviews

   
  • It was a great experience. We came for an orthodontist consultation, but we will be switching to your practice as our general dentist. Great staff and beautiful office.

    Molly R Mooresville IN

    09/21/15

  • It would be hard to make changes, for the better, since you are already at the top.

    Albert J. Greenwood, IN.

    12/15/2014

  • Very efficient and thorough, and really seemed to care. I was very happy with my visit.

    Karen A. Greenwood IN

    03/09/2015


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