Teeth Whitening in Oswego, IL & Bloomingdale, IL

About Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is by far the most popular cosmetic dental procedure. Dental Whitening procedures fit within almost any budget and the results are quick. There is a difference between teeth whitening and teeth bleaching. Whitening means to brighten your teeth by polishing away stains caused by foods and beverages (berries, coffee, wine, tea, etc). This stain removal whitens teeth back to their naturally white stage. Bleaching refers to lightening a tooth from the inside-out using peroxide. Bleaching brightens the inside (dentin) of the tooth, thereby making the whole natural tooth whiter.

Opalescence Boost In-Office Whitening

  • First, teeth are prepared for the bleaching gel
  • The chemically activated Boost gel is applied, with no need for heat or light
  • After about an hour, the dental whitening process is in full effect. Now, your teeth are noticeably whiter.

Benefits of Opalescence Dental Whitening

  • Opalescence teeth whitening strengthens enamel and reduces sensitivity
  • Take-home kits and disposable trays are comfortable to wear
  • Whitening results last for years
  • In-office Boost whitening is fast and easy, without light or heat activation.
  • The prescription strength bleaching gel remains active throughout the night
  • Opalescence Boost is more effective than drugstore teeth whitening products

Biolase Laser Teeth Whitening Oswego, IL

In addition, advanced dentistry is here with the Biolase teeth whitening laser at your Oswego, IL dental clinic. When used to activate Biolase whitening gel, the laser provides a brighter and more healthy-looking smile!

Why Choose Biolase Teeth Whitening Services?

The Biolase laser will typically make teeth 6-12 shades whiter in only one visit. Your teeth whitening dentist offers a safe, comfortable and effective method to correct tooth discoloration and restore your sparkling smile.
Over-the-counter dental whitening products can soften tooth enamel or cause sensitivity at the gum line; Laser whitening prevents tooth and gum damage by using a protective liquid dam.