Teeth Whitening

Interested in Teeth Whitening?

In order to get the most out of your experience, you need to be safe. Before you whiten, one of the best things that you can do is talk to a dentist. Schedule an examination and discuss your concerns and goals. They can search for any underlying oral health problems that might stand in the way of successful whitening treatment.

In addition, you should have your teeth thoroughly cleaned before they are whitened. Our team of professionals at Fayetteville Dental Studio has years of industry training and experience. We can explain what we do in-depth and help you make an informed choice.

Professional Teeth Whitening Vs. At-Home

With so many over the counter options out there, it is easy to find an option for yourself. However, the best thing you can do for your smile is to receive professional teeth whitening. Here at Fayetteville Dental Studio, we provide professional teeth whitening at Fayetteville Dental Studio. We walk you through the process step by step so you won’t have to worry about a thing. For at-home options, you may have questions and doubts that instructions don’t cover. But with us, if you want to know anything about the procedure, we are there to provide you with all the information and assurance you need.


Professional teeth whitening is a safe and trusted process. Millions of people undergo this procedure every year. However, that doesn’t mean it is the best option for everyone. There are certain scenarios where this procedure should not take place. Most of them are put in place for your own health and safe. These include:

  • Pregnancy
  • Nursing mothers
  • Children below 16
  • Those with sensitive teeth or allergies
  • Those with gum disease, enamel problems, cavities, or exposed roots
  • Those with fillings, crowns, or other work

When you lighten your teeth, also keep in mind that the colour does not transfer to things like fillings, crowns, or even porcelain replacement teeth. So you may need to update these to reflect the overall shade shift.