Teeth Whitening in Renton
Make a dramatic change to your smile with affordable and convenient teeth whitening options.
Boost your self-esteem and smile brighter with teeth whitening.
Planning your wedding day? Want to enjoy coffee and red wine without the staining side effects? Ready to turn back the hands of time?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, teeth whitening in Renton, WA could be the solution to a brighter, healthier smile. Over time, our teeth can become stained from eating, drinking, and aging. By choosing a whitening treatment from your Renton dentist, either in our dental office or at home, you can achieve amazing yet safe results.
Teeth whitening has become the most popular cosmetic dental treatment at Denti Belli Dentistry because it offers:
Dr. Taylor can give you the life-changing results you’re looking for! Benefit from her expert advice about which tooth whitening option is best for you. She’ll listen to your needs and concerns before recommending a treatment.
We offer a variety of options for teeth whitening in Renton, WA:
Prefilled trays of 15% peroxide gel that you wear for 15-20 minutes a day for five to 10 days. Very convenient and fast results!
We create take-home trays specifically for you, including different percentages of bleaching gel. Maintain your shade or improve the results!
Uses professional grade peroxide-based gel to eliminate stains and discoloration from enamel. Whiten up to 8 shades in as little as 1 hour!
Have Questions About Teeth Whitening in Renton, WA?
- Is teeth whitening and bleaching painful?Your dentist will ensure your mouth is in a comfortable position during the procedure and you will still be able to swallow. You may experience tingling sensations during treatment. Taking Ibuprofen an hour before can help reduce the discomfort. Precautions can be taken if you are prone to sensitivity, and the treatment can be adjusted if you are uncomfortable during the procedure.
- Will tooth bleaching whiten any smile?Bleaching works best on yellow or brown discoloration on the enamel caused by stains. Dead teeth or teeth that are grey or discolored from tetracycline antibiotic use may experience better results from other cosmetic dental treatments, such as porcelain veneers.
- I have sensitive teeth. Is it safe to whiten?If you have excessively sensitive teeth, please let Dr. Taylor know. Existing sensitivity, tooth decay, gum recession or enamel abrasion can increase discomfort for patients. However, using a fluoride regiment before whitening and treating any active decay before whitening can make teeth whitening a viable option for you. Read our blog to learn if teeth whitening is safe.
- Will whitening cause permanent sensitivity?It is common to experience a little discomfort during and after tooth whitening, but tooth sensitivity is not permanent and will go away after a couple days.
- Do I really need to see my dentist for professional whitening?To achieve maximum results in the shortest amount of time, we recommend an in-office laser whitening treatment. Custom bleach trays offer the same results as laser whitening. However, the amount of time it takes to get the same results are longer.
- How long will the treatment last?The results achieved with any whitening is not permanent. However, you can keep your teeth white by using take-home trays after your in-office treatment, maintaining a regular dental routine of brushing and flossing, and avoiding stain-causing foods and lifestyle choices.