Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth Whitening in Miami, FL

Safe and Lasting Whitening Solutions

Before and after teeth whitening in Miami, FL.

Brighten Your Smile with Professional Teeth Whitening Treatment at TrueSmiles

A radiant, white smile can significantly enhance your confidence and overall appearance. At TrueSmiles, we offer professional teeth whitening in Miami, FL, designed to give you the brighter, whiter smile you desire. Dr. Maribel Lopez, our experienced dentist, is dedicated to providing effective and safe teeth whitening treatments for our patients.

Why Choose Professional Teeth Whitening

Unlike over-the-counter whitening products, professional teeth whitening at TrueSmiles is tailored to your specific needs. Dr. Maribel Lopez can adjust the strength of the whitening solution based on your preferences and the condition of your teeth.

Professional teeth whitening is more potent and effective than store-bought options. It targets and breaks up stains on the surface as well as below the surface of your teeth, providing more noticeable and long-lasting results.

In-office teeth whitening is a quick and convenient treatment. You can achieve a noticeably brighter smile in just one or two sessions, saving you time compared to at-home methods.

Dr. Maribel Lopez takes precautions to minimize potential sensitivity during and after the teeth whitening procedure. Customized applications and the use of desensitizing agents help ensure a comfortable experience.

Professional teeth whitening results can last anywhere between six months and up to three years, depending on your oral care habits and lifestyle. Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene can help maintain the longevity of your whitening treatment.

The Teeth Whitening Procedure

Dr. Maribel Lopez will assess your oral health and discuss your teeth whitening goals to determine the most suitable treatment plan for you.

Before the whitening process begins, any existing dental issues may be addressed, and protective measures will be taken to shield your gums and lips.

A professional-strength whitening gel, usually containing hydrogen peroxide, is applied to your teeth.

In some cases, a special light may be used to enhance the whitening process and accelerate the chemical reaction of the whitening gel.

Depending on the severity of discoloration and your desired level of whiteness, multiple whitening sessions may be recommended.

Dr. Maribel Lopez will provide post-whitening care instructions to help you maintain and prolong the results of your teeth whitening treatment.

Safety and Precautions

Teeth whitening is generally safe when performed by a qualified dental professional. Dr. Maribel Lopez takes the necessary precautions to ensure your safety, including a thorough examination of your dental health before proceeding with any whitening treatments.

If you're ready to enhance your smile with professional teeth whitening in Kendall, FL, schedule a consultation with TrueSmiles today. Our friendly team is dedicated to helping you achieve a brighter, more confident smile. Call us at (786) 661-3440 or conveniently book your appointment online – let's brighten your smile together!


Are there any risks or side effects associated with teeth whitening?

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Some people may experience tooth sensitivity or mild gum irritation following teeth whitening treatments, particularly with higher-concentration bleaching agents. These symptoms are usually temporary and subside after the treatment ends. Our dentist will assess your oral health to minimize risks and ensure the suitability of the treatment for you.

Can I whiten my teeth at home?

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There are over-the-counter teeth whitening products available, including whitening strips, toothpastes, and kits. However, for safer and more effective results, it's recommended to seek professional teeth whitening services provided by our dental office. Our dentist can offer personalized treatments that consider your specific needs and oral health.

Who is not a good candidate for teeth whitening?

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Not everyone is a suitable candidate for teeth whitening. People with gum disease, worn enamel, cavities, and highly sensitive teeth may be advised against bleaching treatments. Additionally, pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under 16, and individuals with restorations such as crowns or veneers on their front teeth might not be suitable candidates. Our dentist can provide a comprehensive evaluation to determine if teeth whitening is right for you.

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