Teeth Whitening in Murrells Inlet, SC
For more severely yellowed smiles, you may be asked back for a follow-up visit where the whitening procedure will be completed. If you are curious to know how many visits it may take to restore your smile to a whiter shade, don’t hesitate to reach out to your dentist and ask.
In general, most people can achieve a whiter smile in just a single visit. Before the whitening procedure, you’ll be presented with a range of options and asked about how white of a smile you are trying to achieve. If you would like to know the difference between whitening and bleaching, whitening is able to take your teeth back to their whitest natural shade while bleaching is able to get them even whiter than that. Bleaching is necessary for people whose dentine may be naturally more yellow than average. Ask your dentist about what option might be right for you.
When you are ready to learn more about teeth whitening in Murrells Inlet, give our office a call and we can set up an appointment at a time that’s convenient for you.