Help! My Teeth Are Yellow

If discolored, yellow teeth are making you smile-conscious, you may have considered teeth whitening. But with so many choices — from whitening toothpaste to in-office laser treatments — it can be difficult to know what can do the best job to safely and effectively brighten your smile. 

The dental experts at Dental Studios in Summit and Westfield, New Jersey, understand and are here to help. Our experienced dentists offer multiple whitening solutions to help make your yellow teeth a thing of the past. 

We also believe in the power of patient education when it comes to dental decisions. That’s why we’ve curated this guide to help explain our whitening options so you can make an informed choice. Here’s what you need to know.

Help for yellow teeth

At Dental Studios, we understand the impact yellow teeth can have on your self-confidence and your willingness to smile. Our team offers different ways to whiten your teeth and meet your smile goals.

Laser whitening treatments in our office

The laser whitening treatment system available at Dental Studios can whiten your teeth by up to eight shades in one visit.* This professional whitening treatment takes about an hour or so.

The process is simple: We fit your upper and lower teeth with dental trays filled hydrogen peroxide in a gel form. After we cover your lips and gums to protect them from the solution, a specialized light works with the hydrogen peroxide to attack enamel staining to brighten your smile.

Opalescence Go™ treatments at home 

If you prefer to whiten your teeth at home, the Dental Studios team provides Opalescence Go take-home, disposable whitening trays. Results may take several weeks. The solution is not harmful to your gums or teeth, though you may experience some tooth sensitivity after use

Dental veneers

For patients hoping to treat more than one smile imperfection, dental veneers offer a way to perfect your smile and get pearly whites at the same time. Veneers are also a good option for patients who aren’t good candidates for the chemical whitening options.

Veneers are thin porcelain shells that are bonded to the fronts of your teeth and can hide stains, cracks, chips, and gaps. We work with you to choose the right shade of white for your new smile. 

Get a brighter smile!

You don’t have to live with yellow teeth. The highly credentialed dentists at Dental Studios provide a personalized evaluation of your teeth and gums to determine which whitening treatment is the best match to help you meet your whitening goals. We take the time to address any concerns and answer questions that may arise. 

Get a whiter, brighter smile with a little help from the friendly team at Dental Studios. Contact the office nearest you to schedule an evaluation, or book an appointment online.

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