Teeth Whitening In Macon, GA

Revitalizing the Appearance of Your Teeth and Brightening Up Your Smile

Before Teeth Whitening After Teeth Whitening

What is Teeth Whitening?

Over time, teeth can lose their naturally white hue due to staining. Although a strict at home dental regimen can greatly aid your smile's appearance, sometimes your teeth's natural color is still not quite as bright as desired. Whether completed in-office or at-home, whitening cuts through staining to unlock the natural splendor of your teeth. 

The Benefits of Teeth Whitening:

1 Brighten your teeth by 5-7 shades.

2 Maximize the beauty of your smile.

3 Present a healthy and clean appearance. 

4 Remove unappealing stains.

The Process:


Determine the best whitening plan.

We offer two options for professional whitening: in-office and at-home trays. There are benefits to both choices so we will help you determine the whitening solution which best suits your lifestyle. 


In-office Process: Maximize your comfort.

The whitening process is not painful, but we want your time in office to be a spa-like escape while undergoing your transformation. You will be presented with our full offering of spa services to enjoy while your teeth are being brightened.


Protect and transform.

The whitening process is possible through the use of peroxide. Since the peroxide should only make contact with your teeth, we will place protective coverings for your gums, lips, and cheeks. 



The peroxide needs to sit for an hour so this time is a perfect moment to enjoy our amenities. Whether receiving a spa treatment, watching TV, resting under a warming blanket, or all of the above, embrace a moment of bliss while your teeth are brightening. Your teeth may require up to three visits to attain their brightest shade, but they will already be remarkably brighter after one visit. 


At-Home Process: Make impressions.

The at-home whitening process is made possible through custom created trays filled with peroxide gel. We will take accurate impressions so your trays will fit snugly on your teeth, keeping the peroxide gel where intended.


Use your trays for 30-60 minutes a day.

By utilizing the trays filled with whitening gel every day for two weeks, your teeth will be brightened with the same intensity as in-office whitening. 


Boost your whitening.

When your teeth are starting to show staining again from everyday wear and tear, we can provide more whitening gel for you to continue to use with your trays as needed.


How Much Is Teeth Whitening?

The price of teeth whitening can vary based on multiple factors and your specific needs.

Is Teeth Whitening Safe?

Yes, teeth whitening is safe when done correctly. At Providence Dental, we use professional-grade products and techniques to ensure the safety of our patients.

How Long Does Teeth Whitening Last?

Teeth whitening results vary depending on the individual's habits and lifestyle. Teeth whitening can usually last for several months or even up to a year.

Are Whitening Strips Bad for Your Teeth?

Whitening strips can harm your teeth if used incorrectly or for prolonged periods. It is best to consult with your dentist before using whitening strips.

Does Teeth Whitening Work?

Yes, teeth whitening is an effective way to brighten your smile. However, results vary depending on the individual and lifestyle habits.

Does Insurance Cover Teeth Whitening?

Most dental insurance plans do not cover teeth whitening, which is often considered a cosmetic treatment. Confirm with your insurance provider to be sure.

Does Teeth Whitening Hurt?

Teeth whitening may cause temporary sensitivity or discomfort, but it should not be painful. At Providence Dental, we offer desensitizing treatments to minimize discomfort.

What To Eat After Teeth Whitening?

After teeth whitening, it is best to avoid consuming foods and drinks that can stain your teeth such as coffee, tea, and red wine. Stick to white meats, vegetables, and clear liquids.

Should I Brush My Teeth After Whitening Strips?

Yes, brushing your teeth after using whitening strips is important to remove any leftover residue and maintain good oral hygiene.

What To Do for Pain After Teeth Whitening?

If you experience pain after teeth whitening, you can take over-the-counter pain medication or apply a cold compress to the affected area. If the pain persists, contact your dentist for further assistance.

If you are interested in teeth whitening, schedule a consultation to determine the best restorative dental solution for improving your smile's appearance.

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