Why We Love Opalescence Tooth Whitening Systems

teeth_whiteningWhen it comes to teeth whitening options, dental consumers have a wide array of choices – so wide, in fact, that sometimes it can be hard to decide which option best suits your clinical situation, your aesthetic goals, and your timeframe for whitening.

Dr. Carol Ford’s office is pleased to offer the Opalescence teeth whitening systems for take-home whitening treatments. Whether it is used in conjunction with, or in place of, in-office teeth whitening treatments, Opalescence offers the strength and effectiveness of a dentist-supervised whitening treatment, while offering several helpful features that make the process safe and pleasant, as well as convenient.

Opalescence: A Quick Guide to Its Teeth Whitening Benefits

  1. The strength of the treatment can be tailored to your specific treatment needs. Opalescence Go take-home whitening comes in 6, 10, and 15 percent hydrogen peroxide concentrations, and Opalescence PF take-home whitening comes in 10, 15, or 35 percent carbamide peroxide concentrations.
  2. Opalescence is specially formulated to protect your teeth as they are being whitened. The compound contains a patented component called PF that is a mix of potassium nitrate (which reduces the risk of tooth sensitivity) and fluoride (which strengthens tooth enamel). This component addresses the most common concerns associated with teeth whitening.
  3. The trays and whitening compound facilitate safe, discomfort-free whitening. Using a tray to whiten at home makes it much more likely that the whitening agent stays on your teeth and doesn’t touch your gums or other sensitive areas. And the sticky viscosity of the Opalescence whitening gel ensures that it adheres to your teeth only.
  4. You are in control of when and how you whiten. In-office whitening can be quick – often only one or two sessions are needed to achieve dazzling results – but busy professionals often need to be able to whiten at their own pace, on their own schedule. With Opalescence, you retain the safety of whitening under the care of your dentist, but you can whiten when it works for you – day or night!

“Whether patients request teeth whitening to prepare for an upcoming wedding, to improve their professional appearance, or as part of a comprehensive smile makeover, Opalescence is a convenient, effective, safe way to conduct part or all of the treatments at home,” says Dr. Ford, a cosmetic dentist with a practice in central Phoenix.

 

 

 

 

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