At Cara Dental, we understand that finding the right dentist for your family can be a challenge. We want to assure you that we provide exceptional care in a comfortable and convenient setting. Our experienced team is dedicated to making your dental experience a positive one. Here’s how we strive every day to ensure that:
We want our patients to feel comfortable and at ease during their dental visits. Enjoy blankets and pillows to help you relax during your appointment. We also have TVs in our patient rooms so you can watch your favorite shows while we take care of your dental needs.
We offer early morning appointments, family booking options, and same-day emergency availability to ensure you get the care you need when needed. Your appointment will begin and end on schedule so you can return to your day.
Better care results in better treatment outcomes. That’s why we invest in cutting-edge dental technology and treatment. Our team uses the latest equipment to ensure accurate diagnoses, comfortable treatment, and lasting health.
Every smile is unique and deserves care that recognizes that! We are dedicated to providing the highest level of personalized care and attention to each patient.
The most common side effects of teeth whitening include tooth sensitivity and gum irritation. These side effects are typically temporary and can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers or desensitizing toothpaste. In rare cases, more serious side effects such as chemical burns or gum damage may occur, but these are very rare and usually only happen when teeth whitening is done improperly or by unqualified personnel.
To maintain teeth whitening results, practicing good oral hygiene habits like brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting the dentist regularly for cleanings and checkups is important. Additionally, avoiding foods and beverages that can stain teeth, such as coffee and red wine, can help to prolong teeth whitening results.
Teeth whitening may not be effective for all types of teeth. Teeth that are discolored due to trauma, medication, or certain medical conditions may not respond to teeth whitening treatments. It's important to consult with your dental professional to determine if teeth whitening suits your individual needs.
The best teeth whitening products vary depending on individual needs and preferences. Some people prefer in-office professional teeth whitening for the fastest and most effective results, while others may prefer take-home kits or over-the-counter products for convenience and affordability.
The cost of your teeth whitening treatment depends on your unique treatment needs and if you need any additional procedures to achieve your desired results. Our team will provide you with a breakdown of your treatment costs and your payment and financing options.
When performed correctly, teeth whitening should not damage your teeth. However, overuse or misuse of teeth whitening products can cause tooth sensitivity or damage to tooth enamel. It's important to follow the instructions your dental professional or the product manufacturer provides.
The length of time that teeth whitening lasts varies depending on the type of treatment and individual factors such as diet and lifestyle habits. Generally, in-office professional teeth whitening can last up to a year, while take-home kits and over-the-counter products may provide results that last several months.
When performed by a dental professional, teeth whitening is generally considered safe. However, some people may experience tooth sensitivity or gum irritation during or after the procedure. It's important to discuss any concerns with your dentist before undergoing any teeth whitening treatment.
Several types of teeth whitening include in-office professional teeth whitening, take-home teeth whitening kits, over-the-counter teeth whitening products like toothpaste and strips, and natural teeth whitening remedies.
Teeth whitening works by using a bleaching agent, typically hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, to remove stains and discoloration from the surface of teeth. The bleaching agent breaks down the chemical bonds that create stains on the teeth, leaving them whiter and brighter.