“What are my options for teeth whitening?” This one of the most common questions we are asked by patients. Dr. Danny Snyder has extensive teeth whitening experience in his dental office in Spokane, Washington. Dr. Danny Snyder and his team are always happy to answer any additional questions you have at 509.534.0569. We always get a little excited about whitening! When you see the results…you will know why!
Take-Home Whitening Trays
Between 6% Hydrogen Peroxide (for sensitive patients) and 14% Hydrogen Peroxide
can be used anytime
higher concentration of bleach than over-the-counter products
trays can last for years!
continued use allows for long term results
We just started offering a new service called Whitening for Life at Snyder Family Dental.
We feel that every patient in our practice deserves to have a smile they can be proud of. We are excited to offer our patients a unique program we call “Whitening For Life™” When you come to our office for your initial examination and cleaning, we will provide you with prescription strength whitening trays/strips and materials for a one-time enrollment fee of $99. (This is a savings of more than $300!) Then, at each six-month preventive visit, we will give you a complimentary set of touch up whitening trays/strips. This ensures that you will be able to keep your teeth bright and beautiful for life!
All we ask in return is:
• You keep your six-month preventive visits current. Your long-term dental health is as important to us as it is to you. Our patients have found that these six month visits help greatly reduce emergencies. That is why we are happy to provide this extra bonus for our patients who are committed to their dental health.
• Provide at least 24 hours notice if you need to cancel or change an appointment. In order to provide exceptional services like Whitening for Life™ to all of our patients, we ask that you give us the courtesy of advance notice for schedule changes.
Who should avoid teeth whitening?
Before attempting to whiten one's teeth, they should have an examination by their dentist. If there are holes in the teeth (cavities) the bleaching solution can cause extreme pain and potentially cause the nerve to die.
If someone has crowns on their teeth, whitening will not change the color of the crown. Therefore, if there is one crown on a front tooth, unless one is planning to replace it after whitening the rest of the teeth, don't do it!
People who have had extensive periodontal problems with significant root exposure will find that bleaching their teeth can be extremely painful.