TooTH WHITENING - Whiter teeth in about an Hour

We offer a professional teeth whitening procedure that can dramatically improve the look of your smile in just about an hour. If you’ve been thinking about having your teeth whitened, don’t delay! The longer stains remain, the harder they are to remove. Plus, those of us with stained teeth tend to brush more vigorously; this can remove the enamel from your teeth, causing further discoloration and serious dental problems.

Teeth whitening offers a very effective solution against yellow or stained teeth caused by consumption of tobacco or tea, coffee, red wine or other foods and beverages. Many people see a noticeable difference after only one whitening session. A teeth whitening process may take longer if the tooth stains are dark brown or bluish gray.

If you are getting your teeth whitening here in the office, a series of steps will take place. First, we’ll examine and clean your teeth, removing any plaque that has built up along the gum line. Then, a protective covering will be placed over your gums to protect the soft tissue from the bleaching agent. Then, we will apply the whitening gel to your teeth. 

The process will take approximately 1.5 hours and you will see results after your first visit with us. It is important to remember that most dental work such as crowns, bridges or white fillings cannot be lightened with bleaching gel. Therefore, if you whiten your teeth you will need to have any visible dental work redone so all teeth are the same color.

About US

  • Modern, Waterfront Office
  • Highly Qualified Dentists
  • Friendly and Patient Staff
  • Financing Available


Monday - Friday

Neda Shah-Hosseini


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  • DMD from Harvard University - Cum Laude
  • Prosthodontic Residency at Boston University
  • Harvard Faculty since 1996
  • Gold Medal - Faculty Award from Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Faheem Rasool


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  • DMD and Prosthodontic Residency at Harvard University
  • Harvard Faculty since 1996
  • Masters of Medical Sciences in Oral Biology
  • Former Head of Division of Prosthodontics - Harvard School of Dental Medicine
*-A prosthodontist is a dentist who specializes in the esthetic restoration and replacement of teeth. Prosthodontists receive two or three years of additional training after dental school, and restore optimum appearance and function to your smile.

Insurances We Accept:

  • Delta Dental
  • Blue Cross
  • Blue Shield
  • Altus Dental
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