If you do not have any underlying dental issues, and the dental team feels cosmetic dentistry is an appropriate option for you, we can explore your options. In most cases, dental insurance will not cover the cost of cosmetic procedures because they are not medically necessary. Still, our friendly office staff will work with your insurance provider to determine coverage.
Over time, your teeth may become stained due to a variety of reasons: natural aging, consuming dark-colored foods/beverages, certain medications, and more. Professional teeth whitening can lighten these stains and brighten your smile. When considering whitening options, discuss your goals with our dental team to determine the best course of action, as not everyone sees the same results.
Before moving forward with teeth whitening, our dental team will examine your mouth and take note of any issues that could impact the process. We will also discuss an allergies or sensitivities you may have.
When it comes to teeth whitening, there is a broad cost range, depending on what method you choose. However, in most cases, you will get what you pay for. Typically, the more you pay, the more effective it will be and the longer it will last. Dr. Kryzman and Dr. Small can help you decide which one would work best for you.