Top 3 Teeth Whitening Options

Universally praised by dental patients everywhere, teeth whitening treatments have the ability to substantially improve the brightness and whiteness of your smile. Most of us are born with sparkling pearly whites, only to have them gradually discolor over the years. If you’re an avid coffee drinker or a wine aficionado, your teeth likely show the long-term effects of these enamel-staining products.  Your teeth can also be darkened by tea, berries, soda and smoking.

Modern tooth whitening treatments can lighten the existing shade to its original color, without damaging the enamel or removing any of the tooth’s surface. At Chelsea Dental Aesthetics, we are pleased to offer professional teeth whitening in Manhattan with a safe but very effective Zoom laser technology. If you’ve always been curious about bleaching your teeth, let’s have a look at some of today’s most popular options.

Popular tooth whitening options

There are three popular teeth whitening options for people who want a subtle or dramatic smile makeover.

Teeth whitening in Manhattan

Determining which tooth whitening treatment is right for you will depend on your dental health, tooth sensitivity and level of discoloration. For Manhattan-area residents, a consultation with Dr. David Blaustein in New York City is the best course of action for achieving optimum results.  His office is convenient to Gramercy, Midtown West and Hell’s Kitchen. Book your appointment online or call (347) 773-2679 today to arrange your one-on-one consultation with one of NYC’s best cosmetic dentists.

Our helpful staff can answer any questions you may have regarding payment options, insurance coverage, same-day appointments and other procedures offered at Chelsea Dental Aesthetics.

Chelsea Dental Aesthetics Comprehensive, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentistry located in Chelsea, New York, NY

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