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1 HR Professional Teeth Whitening

Offered By a licensed dental hygienist

 maximum results in 1 hour!

4100 Spring Valley
Suite 646
Dallas, Texas 75249
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Located Near Farmers Branch, Addison, North Dallas

Special 1Hr Whitening $160 (Reg. $400)
With LED wired take home kit $200

With LED Wireless kit $220

(includes take-home whitening gel)
call or text 214-810-6499


Less than 24 Hour Notice cancellation fee $40

In-office teeth whitening is the safest and most effective form of teeth whitening available in a single setting.
You can experience dramatic lightening results in a 60 minute appointment.  All people are different with the results they will achieve. The inner layer of the tooth called the Dentin is naturally yellow and often shine through the opaque enamel layer. While it is not possible for us to whiten the inside of you tooth, we see varying results with how deep the whitening gel penetrates to help lighten this deep inner layer too.  We recommend a professional 1 HR teeth whitening session with our home whitening kits for maintenance between visits. Our home kits will help you continue to keep your smile looking its whitest after a professional session....even as you continue to drink tea,  coffee, or wine.

Crowns and veneers are the only solution currently available to achieve a paper white smile. While some people can achieve a level 1, most will not. It is important to have realistic expectations with your results and not compare yourself to others. Remember you are unique and there is no one else on earth designed exactly like you!

Professional whitening lasts 3-6 months unless you do maintenance with our LED home whitening kit, then it can last 1-3 years.

It is important to fallow up with home maintenance after doing 60 minute whitening.

 Instead of messy take-home plastic trays with syringe gel which usually costs $250 at the dentist, we offer an

 LED Home Whitening Kit which features organic vegan 35% CP and a soft BPA free mouthpiece with a powerful blue light designed help reduce bad bacteria, gum disease & bad breath.

Are you considering teeth whitening to help reinvigorate a smile tainted by discoloration? Professional, in-office teeth whitening is the most popular cosmetic dental procedure in the world today. Unlike home-use systems that incorporate low-dose bleaching agents, in-office whitening takes place under carefully monitored conditions which allow for the safe, controlled, pain-free use of a relatively high concentration of bleaching gel – yielding results that are visible immediately.


  • Produces fastest results.

  • This is the safest form of bleaching.

  • Gum and tooth sensitivity (formerly drawbacks to in-office bleaching) are more controllable today due to thicker peroxide gels (that don’t soak into the teeth as much as previous gels) and the use of desensitizers such as potassium nitrate and fluoride.


  • More expensive than take-home alternatives. Its cost, on average, is $650, compared to $400 for take-home trays and under $100 for over-the-counter bleaching trays or strips.

  • Results can be unpredictable, depending on factors such as age, heredity and the type of staining that is present.

  • In-office bleaching is not a permanent solution. Shortly after treatment is completed, the teeth resume accumulating stains. Many dentists therefore recommend home maintenance follow-up with a lower-percentage bleach that can be kept on the teeth for longer periods of time.

Stains That are Best Removed by a Pro

Chairside whitening removes organic stains or discolorations primarily caused by:

  • Aging. Over time, the teeth darken with a yellow, brown, green or grey cast (which may be due to heredity and/or eating habits). Yellowed teeth tend to whiten most readily.

  • Consumption of certain foods (notably coffee, red wine, sodas and dark-colored vegetables and fruits).

  • Tobacco use.

Stains Resistant to In-Office Whitening

  • Teeth with certain stains – typically those that are inorganic – do not respond well to in-office treatment. In fact, these teeth may look even darker after the surrounding teeth have been whitened.

  • Trauma, which causes the dentin to darken.

  • Tetracycline antibiotics ingested during tooth-formation. These drugs chemically bind with the crystalline structure of both the tooth’s enamel and underlying dentin.

  • Overexposure to fluoride, which can cause fluorosis, resulting in tooth discoloration.

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