Opalescence Insurance Coverage
No matter how vigilant a person is regarding their oral care, stains on the enamel develop over time from drinks, food, and tobacco, which makes the teeth appear older and darker. For a boost to their self-esteem and appearance, several adults have tried Opalescence tooth whitening to effectively erase stains from their teeth and whiten their teeth many shades. Opalescence allows a few choices to help each patient with their unique goals and needs. Patients can select with help from our dentists between home Opalescence teeth whitening systems and in office whitening treatments at DentalWorks - Dublin in Dublin, OH. Each Opalescence whitening option includes potassium nitrate and fluoride (PF) to improve the teeth during the whitening for healthier, stronger teeth.
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"The dental hygienist that cleaned my teeth was friendly, gentle and very thorough. I usually have lots of staining from drinking coffee and most hygienist will not remove all of it but Lauren did. My teeth haven’t looked this great in 25 years! Thank you Lauren you are the best!"- E.B. / Google / Oct 26, 2019
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"I had to switch dentists because of insurance and I am glad I did! The staff is friendly and accommodating, the hygienist, Lauren, was extremely thorough and the dentist was very professional. I will continue seeing this group from now on."- F.P. / Google / Oct 02, 2019
What to Expect with Opalescence®
Depending on which option the patient picks, our dentists will discuss specific instructions to help each patient achieve their greatest results.
- Opalescence PF: home whitening system comes in different strengths and several flavors that are applied to reusable custom-made teeth trays that may be worn for a half hour – overnight.
- Opalescence Go: take-home whitening system are pre-filled, one-use teeth trays that are available in a few flavors and can be worn at least 15, but no more than 90 minutes each day for 1 – 2 weeks.
- Opalescence Boost: professional whitening procedure at DentalWorks - Dublin that includes 40% hydrogen peroxide bleaching gel to eliminate stains without lasers or lights in less than an hour.
Opalescence Smile Brighter
To help keep their results, patients can ask our dentists about the best home oral care practices, which may include Opalescence whitening toothpastes to supplement flossing. Our dentists will talk to every patient about drinks and food that should not be consumed or what should be done to limit staining to keep their fresh, brighter smile. Cleanings twice a year at DentalWorks - Dublin by our dentists will also help erase stronger stains.
Opalescence More Information
Like most cosmetic treatments, Opalescence bleaching and whiting system is usually not covered by dental insurance, but DentalWorks - Dublin offers financing and accepts many types of payment. The patient's cost and financing choices can be reviewed during the patient's initial consultation with our dentists.
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Opalescence Treatment Aftercare
Get more confidence with a luminous, stunning smile that makes you look fresher through an Opalescence tooth whitening treatments from DentalWorks - Dublin in Dublin, OH. Ask our dentists to help you choose the ideal choice for your budget and lifestyle and find out what a change Opalescence can make by erasing stains and enhancing your smile.
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