Our First Class Whitening Treatment
Your teeth benefit from the whitening agent at our local dental office, a great alternative to your local teeth whitening kit. So getting whiter teeth with a teeth whitening professional here in Sioux Falls is a great option. Your teeth are important; that’s why at First Class Dental Care, we are known for improving the appearance of our patients’ smiles.
Beecroft is an expert cosmetic dentist and has multiple teeth whitening products, such as the whitening gel as many people are familiar with. We often recommend a teeth bleaching procedure because it is by far the easiest way to transform your smile, but we offer other alternatives for people who have sensitive teeth. After cleaning your teeth, we can complete this procedure in time for a special event or as part of your regular oral health routine.
Give Yourself A Brighter Smile
People throughout South Dakota have their teeth whitened regularly so that they can look and feel great. As people age, it is common for teeth to become dull and yellow. Drinking coffee, tea, and wine, for example, can stain your teeth. Smoking and eating foods that contain food coloring can also stain your teeth. Brushing immediately after eating and drinking can help to prevent stains but is typically not enough to remove the risk entirely. Fortunately, stained and yellow teeth don’t have to stay that way.
Types of Whitening
Whitening Trays or Strips
Professional Teeth Whitening
What We Recommend
Two Main Types Of Whitening
Did You Know?
- In-office whitening can brighten your smile up to 8 shades lighter. That’s 6 shades lighter than store bought whitening products.
- Dentists have coined the term “bleachorexia” for those people who overuse in-store bleaching which can lead to the destruction of enamel and dentin, turning the teeth to mush.
- Genetics, aging, and consumption of staining substances (smoking, coffee, tea, and colas) are just a few reasons why teeth appear dark.
- There is more residual sensitivity with store bought teeth bleaching kits due to the “one-size fits all” trays that come in the kit vs the custom fit trays from the dentist.