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Cosmetic Dentistry

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Cosmetic Dentistry
Cosmetic Treatments


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Clear Aligners
Porcelain Braces

Dental Implants

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Dental Implant

Teeth Whitening

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Whitening Kits
Zoom Teeth Whitening


Different Options to Get Whiter Teeth

Different Options to Get Whiter TeethTeeth whitening is generally the best solution if you have stained or discolored teeth. Our Beverly Hills cosmetic dentist can provide several whitening options for you if you are unhappy with the color of your smile.

Peroxide is the main ingredient in most teeth whitening products. The peroxide breaks down and bleaches the stains. Whitening treatments with higher concentrations of peroxide are generally more effective, but they can irritate gums if not used properly. High-concentration products should only be used under the supervision of a dental professional.

In-office bleaching offers the fastest results. The whitening gel is painted directly on your teeth and activated by a high-intensity light that helps it penetrate more deeply and evenly. Many people can have their teeth whitened as much as eight shades.

Take-home whitening is another option. Our dentist will provide you with custom-fit mouth trays and prescription-strength whitening gels or solutions. You will be able to bleach away stains in the privacy and comfort of your own home, and you will begin to see results in as few as three to seven days.


Whitening kits and treatments are also available over the counter, but these do pose some drawbacks. They tend to take longer to produce the desired results because they have a lower concentration of peroxide. Teeth whitening toothpastes can be highly abrasive and irritate your gums and teeth.


Contact our Beverly Hills teeth whitening specialist to schedule your teeth whitening consultation and learn more about your options.

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