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Having a white smile boosts your confidence while interacting with your colleagues or Friends.

If you’ve been searching for professional and reliable whitening services in Houston, then you are definitely at the right place. At Hyatt Dental teeth whitening services we offer you a quick, easy and cost-effective way to improve your smile.

We can help you dramatically lighten your teeth with either an in the office or take home method.

Wondering if teeth whitening is safe?

Yes, Whitening is one of the safest and most conservative dental procedures available.

Whitening Procedure is so easy and effective. The In office method begins with a short preparation to cover your lips and gums, leaving only the teeth exposed. We then apply a whitening gel to the teeth, causing it to gently penetrate the enamel, breaking up stains and discoloration.

How does it work?

The whitening gel’s active ingredient is a peroxide-based product causing the breakdown of organic stains that accumulate in the enamel over the years. These stains that are usually caused by tea, coffee, dark fruits, tobacco, and red wine, are removed, restoring the teeth to its natural color.

How long does teeth whitening take?

Teeth whitening in office procedure normally takes 2 hours to complete. You will also be given take-home trays to recommence the lightening process and maintain your new, lighter color.

Persistence use of the product while at home will lighten the teeth without side effects.

The take-home system is more gradual but very effective.

How long does it last?

This system is designed to make your teeth sparkle for years.

To keep their teeth looking their best, we recommend flossing, brushing twice daily, and using the home system at least once a month. We provide you with enough product that should last at least a year.

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