Teeth Whitening Treatment Options

Serving Patients in Oklahoma City, Edmond, Lawton, and Norman, OK

If you are frustrated with yellowing teeth that have lost their original brilliance, our experienced Oklahoma cosmetic dentistry team offers several advanced tooth whitening treatment options to restore your smile’s luster. Depending on the shade of white you want to reach and the amount of time you have available, the right teeth whitening treatment for you will vary. After a personal consultation, Dr. Terry Bass and his cosmetic dentistry team can recommend the whitening plan they think will best fit your needs.
For patients who want to achieve their desired shade during a single session, we offer ZOOM! Teeth Whitening: a fast and virtually painless one-hour whitening treatment that can improve your teeth’s color up to ten shades. This is a favorite option of our patients, as ZOOM! can give you great results without making you wait weeks or even months to notice a difference.

Another in-office option is Opalescence Xtra Boost, which is designed to remove stains caused by coffee, tea, smoking, excess fluoride, and more. A special formula of carbamide peroxide will be applied to your teeth during a one-hour session. No heat lamp or laser is required for this option; the formula can whiten your teeth several shades while causing less teeth sensitivity than other treatments.

However, other patients may still prefer the convenience of take-home whitening kits. In such cases, we offer professional ZOOM! and Opalescence take-home kits, along with custom-designed whitening trays that perfectly fit your teeth. Take-home whitening kits contain a lower concentration of bleaching gel, which is used to whiten teeth gradually. This gives you total control over your results.

If you have further questions about the benefits of each different tooth whitening option, please contact our experienced cosmetic dentistry team today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Terry Bass, DDS. Our practice serves patients in Norman, Edmond, Lawton, and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.