Smile Gallery – Whitening

Cosmetic and family dentist in Woodbury, NY


There are two ways to whiten teeth without changing the shape of the teeth. One way is to whiten, or bleach, them at home using custom trays we make for you. The other way is to power bleach them in the office.

The choice in this case was to whiten the teeth at home. This consists of wearing a custom tray filled with a whitening solution for about a two week period. The time it takes to whiten your teeth, and the amount that they will whiten will vary from individual to individual.

 



This patient preferred to have her teeth whitened in the office. The procedure required one appointment.

The results, in this case, were dramatic. Some sensitivity after the procedure is normal and should disappear in a few days. Results vary from individual to individual.

 



This patient was happy with the shape of her teeth but she did not like the color.

She elected to have the whitening procedure done in the office and she was very pleased with the results.

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Woodbury Dentist

800 Woodbury Rd Suite D, Woodbury, NY 11797

AdvancedDentistryofLongIsland.com
(516) 921-8010

Hours

Mon-Tues-Wed, Friday: 8 am – 5 pm
Sat: 8 am – 3 pm
Closed Thursday - Dr. Herman teaches at North Shore University Hospital/ Long Island Jewish Medical Center
Available 24 hours a day for emergencies

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