Pro Teeth Whitening

Pro Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Fulfill Sparkling and Shining Teeth Whitening in Orange, CA

Professional Teeth Whitening In Orange, CA

Pro Teeth Whitening, Orange, California

Have you noticed your teeth gradually grow yellow over time? Maybe they've been stained by frequent cups of tea or coffee, glasses of wine, or packs of cigarettes. Maybe they're just naturally changing color as you get older. Whatever the reason, it doesn't have to be the case anymore. With our Zoom teeth whitening service, you can reverse the yellowing process. Even more than that, you can upgrade your smile to a whiter and brighter shade than you even thought possible! This innovation in cosmetic dentistry is quick and easy, and there's no pain involved.

Our in-office Zoom teeth whitening service, as well as our dentist recommended teeth whitening kits, are more effective and last longer than store-bought teeth whitening products. Call us now at (657) 888-9011 and see firsthand why teeth whitening is the most common cosmetic dentistry procedure in the whole country!

Teeth Whitening Vs. Veneers

Similar desires lead to two very different paths

So, you want your teeth to be whiter and brighter, but you're not sure how to do it. Zoom teeth whitening is one way to achieve this, but veneers are another. Let's take a closer look at these two significantly different options and just what makes them so different. Teeth whitening involves applying a special bleaching agent to lighten the shade of one's teeth. The results are immediate, but are seldom a permanent solution to discoloration -- teeth whitening requires maintenance and must be redone every year or so, on average. On the other hand, dental veneers involve improving the color as well as the shape of the tooth;

veneers are tooth-colored shells of porcelain or composite that are placed over the surfaces of teeth to correct visible flaws. Unlike teeth whitening, the application of veneers requires permanently altering the teeth to suit the veneer, which makes the procedure more invasive than teeth whitening. While getting veneers can be a more demanding process than teeth whitening, veneers can last up to 15 years, easily outlasting the effects of teeth whitening. If you're not concerned with anything besides tooth discoloration, then veneers may be too involved a commitment. Teeth whitening may suffice.

Transform Your Smile

Revolutionize the way you look

Teeth whitening is an incredibly popular service of ours, and there's really no wonder why. It's safe, it's simple and the results are dazzlingly beautiful. If you want your teeth to shine like the Hollywood stars, then you can trust our top-quality staff to get you there with their exhaustive know-how, skill, and precision. Be it a professional take-home kit, a laser process, or the conventional in-office teeth whitening method, we've got you covered with the best teeth whitening service for you. Call us now at (657) 888-9011 and find out why we're the best teeth whitening dentist in Orange!

Take-Home Whitening Kits

A step by step look into how take-home kits work



First, impressions of your upper and lower teeth are taken using non-toxic dental putty. These impressions are then sent to a lab to make trays, which takes one to two weeks to complete. Just as with in-office teeth whitening, the initial shade of your teeth will be recorded for comparison with the final result.



Once the trays are ready, we set an appointment to show you how to use the gel we supply you with, and how to obtain the desired results.

Getting Home

Getting Home

When you return home, you'll want to brush, floss, and rinse your mouth completely before starting the process.



Now you apply the trays, usually for an hour per day, for two weeks. While wearing the trays (and 30 minutes after wearing the trays), you'll want to avoid eating, drinking, and smoking.

Follow up

Follow up

After undergoing treatment for two weeks, we make a follow-up appointment to track your results and compare them to your original shade.

  • Is teeth whitening permanent?

    Teeth whitening, alas, is not a permanent thing. If you're not careful and you consume foods and beverages that easily stain your teeth, or if you're a smoker, then you may see your bright white smile fade in as quickly as one month. However, if you avoid things that are known to stain your teeth, then you may be able to last a full year or longer before needing a touch-up.

  • How does laser teeth whitening work?

    Laser teeth whitening operates like conventional in-office whitening, except a pen-like, heat-generating laser is used to activate the whitening solution and speed up the process.

  • Are teeth whiteners damaging to tooth nerves?

    There is no evidence that smile teeth whitening has any effect on the nerves of teeth. In fact, one study followed up on teeth whitening patients after 4.5 years and again after 7 years, and none of them had any need for a root canal on any of the teeth that had been whitened.

  • Do teeth whiteners affect dental restorations?

    This is an important issue to pay attention to before committing to teeth whitening. The teeth whitening process does not lighten the color of fillings, crowns, bonding, veneers, or bridges. Before getting your teeth whitened, you may want to replace your pre-existing dental work.

  • What if my teeth are blotchy after whitening?

    You may notice white spots on your teeth after teeth whitening. There's no reason for concern, though! This is caused by loss of water from tooth enamel, and will eventually go away.

  • What if my teeth whitening has no effect?

    There may be situations in which teeth whitening efforts aren't as effective as one would have hoped. When patients age, their enamel becomes thinner, exposing more of the yellowish dentin underneath. Bleaching products don't have any effect on dentin, so they're unable to change its color.

  • Am I too young for teeth whitening?

    Teeth whitening is not recommended for anybody under sixteen years of age. This is because tooth nerves are enlarged until this age, and teeth whitening could irritate the nerves.

  • Are there other tips for whitening teeth?

    Some celebrities camouflage their teeth by using certain shades of lipstick to make their teeth appear whiter by contrast. Other celebrities eat crunchy vegetables like broccoli or cauliflower to eliminate stains from their teeth.

  • How often should I whiten my teeth?

    Everyone has a somewhat different teeth whitening schedule based on their dental health and their natural tooth color. However, in general, in-office teeth whitening is recommended once per year, with some at-home touch-ups in between the in-office treatments.


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