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Teeth Whitening in Austin
Why Choose to Whiten Your Teeth?
Teeth naturally stain over time because of the things we eat and drink. Blue Door Dental Design offers the latest in advancement of teeth whitening in Austin. There are several types of teeth whitening which may be indicated depending on the end result you are seeking to achieve.
Whitening can work in combination with other dental treatment to achieve optimal results to blend restorative work into an existing, natural smile.
Whitening can also easily boost and enhance your current smile without invasive procedures.
Whitening is convenient and can be done in the comfort of your own home or with us at Blue Door!
How It Works
Our custom whitening trays are fabricated in our in-house 3D printing and modeling lab from a digital scan of your teeth, ensuring your whitening trays fit perfectly every time. Your custom whitening trays are designed to deliver an optimal and even distribution of our peroxide based whitening gel with each use.
KoR Whitening is a dual component whitening system that is one of the strongest forms of whitening on the market. The first component of KoR whitening consists of two full weeks of nightly, at -home whitening. Following this, a final in office whitening session is completed to achieve desired results.
Teeth Whitening As Part of a Smile Makeover
Teeth whitening is just one of the components that can be utilized to enhance and achieve a brighter smile during your transformation. As one of the finishing touches in your makeover or a stepping stone to achieving a harmonious aesthetic, teeth whitening can dramatically enhance an overall smile.
Who Is A Candidate for Treatment?
Anyone looking to boost or enhance their smile can benefit from teeth whitening. For mild staining from normal coffee or tea drinking, custom 3D printed whitening trays can be created for a convenient, at-home whitening solution. For more severely stained teeth, our Kor Whitening System can deliver powerful results using a combination of at-home whitening and in-office treatment.
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