GLO In Office Professional Whitening
We always recommend that you have your teeth cleaned within three months before whitening your teeth. A dental cleaning alone can help improve the color. Having regular dental cleanings is one of the most beneficial investments you can do for your smile and dental health. They help to:
- Maintain dental health
- Remove superficial stains
- Remove any film buildup that might hamper the whitening process
This particular patient had a lot of yellowing that accumulated over time. We cleaned her teeth first and then performed the GLO Professional Whitening Treatment. We were able to achieve great results.
Results can and will vary with each individual. The type of staining you have can impact results. Drinking and other habits can impact the longevity of the whitening treatment. When you see us for your dental cleaning, be sure to let your hygienist know you’re interested in whitening your teeth. The hygienist can help assess whether or not you’re a good candidate for a professional whitening treatment.