Are you sick of the whitening strips and trays from the store? Are the costs adding up over time, and are your teeth beginning to feel sensitive to hot and cold after years of trying to whiten them at home? Many patients resort to over-the-counter whiteners for years before realizing how affordable and effective professional teeth whitening is. Although the price may seem higher at first, if you consider the time it takes for over-the-counter whiteners to work and how many times you have to repurchase them before you see significant results, you’ll likely realize that the price of professional treatment is comparable. Plus you won't have to spend weeks or months trying to achieve results. In one office visit, you can achieve teeth up to eight shades whiter.


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Teeth Whitening

Whiten your teeth in only an hour at Legends Dental.

Teeth whitening is one of the most common cosmetic dentistry requests. Everyday diets and habits contribute to the natural yellowing of teeth. Coffee and tea, red wine, and some foods can slowly darken teeth with their pigments. Usually you don’t notice until your teeth have lost that white luster you remember from years ago. If you smoke or use tobacco products, teeth yellow quickly and more noticeably.

The fastest, most effective way to restore a consistent, bright white color to your teeth is professional, in-office whitening. In an hour, we can lighten your teeth up to eight shades. Over-the-counter whitening kits take weeks and, depending on how you use them, can give you inconsistent results. Our in-office whitening treatments are monitored by professionals and give you the results you want in one hour.


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