Better Results with Custom Teeth Whitening Trays

With custom teeth whitening trays, we can achieve better results, as well as keep your gums protected. Contact us today for a whitening consultation! Dentist in Rochester Hills, MI Dr. Matthew Wolfe (248) 266-0385 One of the most common treatments that patients request is teeth whitening. These stains could be from coffee, wine, or naturally discolored. There are many different options to get a brighter smile including whittening strips, custom trays, and in office whitening. Custom trays and in office whitening are the best way to get the smile of your dreams because both treatments are more targeting minimizing irritation and optimizing your results. If you need a Family Dentist in Rochester Hills, MI who is committed to helping you achieve and maintain a healthy smile, contact our office for a new patient consultation.

Dr. Matthew Wolfe: One of the most common requests we get from patients is they want whiter teeth. Whether it's because their teeth are stained from too much coffee or from too much wine, or their teeth have just naturally been discolored their whole life, everybody wants that brighter and whiter smile.

When it comes to whitening, there's different options out there. One of the basic options is white strips. You can pick up some white strips from your store, or, get a higher-strength set from your dentist.

The next option is our custom trays with a special whitening gel in the tray that fit over the teeth. Our custom tray is important, because, one, it keeps the saliva from getting into the whitening agent, making it less effective. And, two, it keeps the whitening agent from getting on your gums, which can sometimes irritate your gums a little bit.

Finally, for those patients who have more severe stain, or they're looking for a really bright, white, Hollywood-style smile, I would recommend an in-office whitening treatment. In our office, we use a system called Core Whitening, which is fantastic in getting teeth as white as a patient wants.

So, if having a brighter, whiter smile is something that you're interested in, I would definitely recommend discussing the different options with your dentist.