← Return to list of services


Professional teeth whitening is faster, more effective, and longer lasting than treatments you find over the counter. As we age, our teeth darken over time, but maintaining good oral hygiene and steering away from certain foods and beverages will help keep whitening requirements to a minimum. 


White-spot Treatment

Removal of white spots on enamel for cosmetic purposes. 


  1. Schedule an appointment for enamel micro-abrasion

  2. Painless, non-invasive, no anesthesia needed

  3. Same day results

  4. For extreme cases, sometimes a second treatment is needed (no additional charge)

In-office Whitening


  1. Thorough cleansing and polishing of teeth

  2. Application of gum protectant

  3. Application of whitening agent

  4. Whitening agent is left on teeth for several minutes

  5. Teeth and gums are rinsed

At-Home Whitening Trays


  1. In office impressions of the teeth

  2. Pick up bleaching trays and bleach to use at home

  3. Instructions for use will be given 

Things to avoid:

  • Tobacco products
  • Coffee and tea
  • Red wine
  • Food coloring

  • Any bright-colored drinks