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Teeth Whitening: Do It Right

Daly City dentist teeth whitening

As the years go by, our teeth naturally lose their luster. Dark colored foods and drinks speed up the process, but even people who avoid coffee, wine and cola are not immune to yellow or gray teeth. Want to brighten up your smile? Teeth whitening at Kenneth Hovden DDS in Daly City is one of the quickest ways to look younger and more attractive.

We use the Zoom! method of teeth whitening. In just one office visit we can completely transform your smile. It involves professional-grade hydrogen peroxide gels, activated by special LED lamps.

The Zoom! process penetrates deep into the enamel of the teeth to bleach away any stains and discolorations. You’ll be amazed with the results.

Does It Hurt?

Though some patients experience a little short-term sensitivity, most experience no pain at all.

What About Over-The-Counter Products
Toothpastes, strips, mouthwashes and paint-on whiteners use a lower concentration of whitening agent than in-office methods. They rarely remove all of the stains on your enamel.

Don’t assume that tooth whitening offered at mall kiosks is risk-free. The industry is largely unregulated and the staff often have little dental training. Do you really want to take chances with your smile?

At Kenneth Hovden DDS in Daly City, teeth whitening is just one of the cosmetic dentistry procedures we offer. Others include porcelain veneers and dental implants. Call our office today to schedule an appointment.

Contact Kenneth Hovden DDS:


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901 Campus Dr Ste 202
Daly City, California

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