PROFESSIONAL TEETH WHITENING PITTSBURGH, PA
We are the Certified Advanced GLO® Teeth Whitening Dental Office in Pittsburgh PA.
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Best Teeth Whitening Price/Cost in Pittsburgh Pa
$600 GLO® In Office Whitening
$240 Take Home Whitening Kit
GLO® IN OFFICE TEETH WHITENING
GLO® teeth whitening gives you your brightest, whitest smile in less than an hour, a perfect cosmetic dentistry fix before a big event or meeting. This quick and effective treatment uses heat, light and whitening gel to erase stains and discoloration.
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TAKE HOME TEETH WHITENING KIT
WE OFFER EVENING AS WELL AS WEEKEND HOURS IN OUR FOX CHAPEL OFFICE
Monday: 8:00 – 4:00
Tuesday: 9:00 – 6:00
Wednesday: 9:00 – 5:00
Thursday: 8:00 – 4:00
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How Much Does Teeth Whitening Cost at a Dentist Office in Pittsburgh?
The cost for teeth whitening depends on the type of teeth whitening system. There are two main teeth whitening systems typically available in dentist offices: Glo Science Whitening and Zoom Whitening. Teeth whitening treatment by either of them at a dentist office will cost between $600 and $800 depending on the location. In Pittsburgh, we offer Glo Science Whitening treatment for $600.
Is Teeth Whitening Safe for Crowns, Veneers and Other Dental Works?
Yes! GLO is perfectly safe to use on any unnatural tooth surface. It will remove surface stains and restore them to their original color.
Does Teeth Whitening Make Teeth Sensitive?
Any sensitivity from teeth whitening treatments is transient. That is, it disappears over time on its own. Different treatments options lead to different levels of sensitivity. The over the counter or dental trays treatments lead to the most amount of sensitivity. Zoom teeth whitening causes substantially less teeth sensitivity. However, Glo teeth whitening causes no teeth sensitivity. If you have sensitive teeth or are concerned about sensitivity, Glo teeth whitening is the option you should choose.
There are many other myths related to teeth whitening which we debunk in a blog post.