Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

A stained smile can rob you of your confidence and make you feel overly conscious while socializing with people. The most common causes of teeth discoloration are excessive consumption of colored foods, improper brushing techniques, smoking or chewing tobacco, root canal infection, gum diseases, etc. At future dental, we offer some of the best teeth whitening solutions to suit your needs and give you a smile you always dreamt of.

What is conventional teeth whitening?

Conventional teeth whitening is the simplest and most commonly used method of removing the stains from the teeth. The dentist uses a whitening gel rich in Hydrogen Peroxide, which is a bleaching chemical that is safe to use on the teeth. The dentist thoroughly diagnoses your mouth to check for factors that could affect the whitening procedure. Some of them are the presence of tartar deposits, tooth restorations, receding gum line, etc. The whitening gel will be applied to the teeth and spread evenly. After a few minutes, the gel will be rinsed off, leaving you with whiter teeth. It can be repeated to get a higher level of whitening.

What is at-home teeth whitening

We offer customized plastic whitening trays that you can take home and carry out the whitening by yourself. The dentist will scan your teeth to make a digital impression, which will be used to fabricate plastic trays. You can take them home, clean your teeth thoroughly, squeeze a small amount of whitening gel into the trays, and place them on your teeth. The trays keep the saliva from diluting the gel, which gives better and long-lasting results. You can repeat the procedure as required to get whiter teeth.

What involves in Kor teeth whitening?

Often known as the world’s best teeth whitening solution, Kor uses highly advanced technology to remove stains off the teeth’ surfaces. A Dual-activated Tri-barrel Hydremide Peroxide gel of varying proportions is used for the procedure. The whitening gel is stored refrigerated from the time of manufacture until it is applied to your teeth. This makes it several times more effective compared to conventional whitening. The results often last for an impressive period of time.


To know more about teeth whitening, please schedule an online appointment with our dentists or call us at (650) 780-9429, and we will be happy to help. We also serve areas of Redwood City, Menlo Park, Atherton, and Foster City.


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