Professional Teeth Whitening in North CarolinaHere at CarolinasDentist, we believe everyone deserves a smile that dazzles! Our office provides professional, high-quality teeth whitening services to help you achieve a bright, beautiful smile. From our take-home whitening kits to our in-office sessions, you can choose which whitening treatment fits your lifestyle and budget. Contact us to schedule your whitening consultation! Smile Bright
Take-Home Whitening KitsLooking for a way to whiten your teeth in the comfort and convenience of your home? We provide custom, take-home whitening kits so that you can lighten your teeth when it’s most convenient for you! Our kits include detailed instructions, two whitening trays, and professional-grade bleaching gel. In as little as two weeks, you’ll be able to flaunt a dramatically whiter smile!
In-Office Whitening SessionsFor quick, almost-instant whitening results, we recommend our in-office whitening sessions. Our team takes care of the entire treatment while you sit back and relax. We use extra-strength bleaching gel and a special teeth whitening lamp to lighten your smile up to eight shades in just one hour. During your whitening treatment, we’ll monitor your sensitivity levels to ensure you feel completely comfortable while you’re with us.
Teeth Whitening FAQs
How long after whitening treatment will I see results?If you do at-home teeth whitening, you should start to see results within the first week of regular treatments. For in-office whitening sessions, we can lighten your teeth in as little as one hour.
Can I whiten my teeth professionally at home?Yes! With our custom take-home whitening treatments, you can get professional-grade whitening results at home. For more information, please schedule a consultation at our office!
Does teeth whitening hurt?Teeth whitening can cause mild sensitivity during and after treatment. However, sensitivity is a temporary side effect and should reside within a few days following your whitening treatment. If you choose in-office whitening, tooth sensitivity is something we can monitor and minimize during your teeth whitening session.