Teeth Whitening in Chattanooga, TN


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Is Professional Teeth Whitening Stronger than At-Home Treatment?

Yes! As trained medical professionals, we have access to stronger whitening solutions than what you can get in an at-home kit. This is because we understand how to safely apply the whitening solution to your teeth to achieve the best results without damaging your enamel or gums. Our experts at Nooga Dentistry can help you achieve the bright smile you've always wanted with fast, safe results!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Teeth Whitening

What Is Teeth Whitening?

Teeth whitening is a gel that we put on your teeth and it will dissolve the stain that gets in the pores of your teeth, therefore it removes the stain and your teeth look whiter.

Does Teeth Whitening Damage Your Teeth?

No, teeth whitening doesn't damage your teeth. It actually is only dissolving the molecules that make up the stain that's clogging up the pores and making your teeth look dingy.

What Is The Process Of Teeth Whitening?

We bring patients in and we're going to put a material over your gums to protect your gums. It's like a gel that hardens and then we're going to put another type of material, it's also a gel, on your teeth and we're going to leave it there for 15 minutes. We'll put a little blue light over your teeth to activate the gel and stimulate the dissolving of the molecules that form the stain in the pores of your teeth. We'll rinse that all off and do it again. Depending on the type of systems that we have available, we would put it on your teeth anywhere from 2 to 3 or maybe even 4 times for 15 minutes each time until we achieve the results that we're looking for.

Do LED Teeth Whitening Lights Work?

LED teeth whitening systems don't work if you go to public places like a mall. It's actually the material that we put on the gel that is the most effective. You have to have a dental license in order to be able to provide that for patients because there are some things that we need to be careful of when we're working in your mouth. People who engage in such activities in public places like malls often lack the ability or knowledge needed to properly sterilize items, maintain cleanliness, and safely use these products in their mouths.

Can A Dentist Whiten Teeth Permanently?

No, teeth whitening isn't permanent but it gives you a huge boost to your new white teeth and then you can usually maintain your teeth with something either over the counter or something that you can use at home.

Does Whitening Cause Tooth Sensitivity?

Yes, teeth whitening can cause sensitivity. However, we have some desensitizer now that we use while we're using the whitening gel and it really cuts down on tooth sensitivity to the point where we get little to no phone calls from patients regarding sensitivity post-operatively.

How Can I Best Retain The Results Of Teeth Whitening Treatment?

After you've had your teeth whitened, we actually give you something to take home. My suggestion would be every time you get your teeth cleaned, every six months, that would be a reminder for you to go home and whiten your teeth for one or two, maybe even three nights. We keep the gel here and that's the gel that you use in your custom whitening trays.

When Should I Schedule A Teeth Whitening Appointment?

The best time to ask about teeth whitening and get scheduled for it is today. When you come in, we're going to evaluate your teeth, show you some before and after pictures, and tell you what to expect as far as the results go. We also want to evaluate your teeth and make sure that they're healthy so that we can do some of the more fun stuff like the cosmetic things and whitening your teeth. We'll talk to you about how this affects or doesn't affect any kind of man-made materials that may be in your mouth and anything that this could present like a cosmetic type problem for. So, we'll evaluate you and then we'll get you on the schedule for your teeth to be whitened.