Teeth Whitening in Tulsa
Get Your Breathtaking Smile
The smile of your dreams is within reach thanks to teeth whitening in Tulsa, OK. Dr. Jelsing is able to whiten and brighten your smile using this cosmetic treatment.
Our whitening system uses custom-made mouthguards and a special bleaching agent. The agent removes stains, discolorations, and damaged caused by aging, daily habits, and the food we eat.
Our team uses the latest techniques to ensure you get fast yet quality results. Once the initial whitening has been successful, it only requires the occasional treatment to maintain your new smile.
Teeth whitening can be used by adults of all ages and is a near permanent solution for a dull smile. Enjoy the benefits of a white smile today!
The Whitening Process
What can you expect from teeth bleaching?
We take a detailed mold of your teeth in order to accurately create your custom mouthguard.
The special gel is placed into the mouthguard and you must wear it for 3-4 hours each night for 1-2 weeks.
For some, the results can be outstanding as your smile is brightened to your desired level.
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Tulsa Teeth Whitening FAQs
What causes tooth discoloration?
Common causes of tooth discoloration include drinking coffee or tea, smoking tobacco, and certain medications.
Is teeth whitening safe?
Clinical studies and research have shown whitening to be safe especially under the supervision of a qualified dentist. In fact, whitening is viewed as one of the safest forms of cosmetic dentistry.
Who can use teeth whitening?
Just about anyone can benefit from tooth whitening. However, treatment may not be as effective for some as it is for others. Upon an oral exam, Dr. Jelsing can determine if you are a candidate for this procedure, including a shade assessment.
* And you may go even lighter with additional applications. Start on Friday and by Monday you could have a whole new smile.
Can I just use over-the-counter products?
Over-the-counter bleaching agents are available at drugstores and pharmacies; however, since these products can harm the gums and teeth, it’s better to use products that our practice recommends.