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Deep Bleaching

Woman smiling with a white smile


Deep Bleaching is the answer to all those frustrating teeth whitening issues. With this procedure we have figured out how to achieve permanent incredible whitening success with every single patient and how to do it with very low or no sensitivity.

Deep Bleaching was developed with the goal of being able to whiten even the most hard to whiten teeth. Teeth having a grayish color and labeled as Tetracycline stained teeth, showing enamel damage, can now be whitened with the Deep Bleaching system. It is considered to be the most reliable and effective bleaching system ever developed.

So, if you’re too embarrassed to smile, have dark-stained teeth, or just simply want a whiter smile, the superiority of Deep Bleaching is just what you need.

Woman smiling very widely with a white smileTetracycline stains can be successfully whitened…giving people living with grayish tooth shades a new outlook on life.

Tetracycline based medications were a popular antibiotic in the past. The medication was first patented and widely used in 1950. When first implemented in treatments for children, the developmental impact on tooth enamel formation was not fully understood. Tetracycline medications were discovered to disrupt the process of amelogenesis the foundation of enamel on teeth that occurs during the crown stage of tooth development. Now people who are living with tetracycline stains can dramatically improve their smile and have remarkable whitening results.

Deep Bleaching is revolutionizing the entire world of teeth whitening and it is available for everyone whose desire it is to have sensational results.

Before and after picture of deep bleaching.
Deep Bleaching is not only for tetracycline stained teeth. It is the procedure of choice for those who want to achieve exceptional whitening effectiveness, from older people, to people too embarrassed to smile. It is for everyone, addressing their individual unique whitening needs.

We are excited to be able to give our patients outstanding permanent whitening results which have never been easier and more predictable.


We’ve Got the Answers to Your Questions ...

Why Does Deep Bleaching Work so Well?
Deep Bleaching works by restoring your teeth’s ability to absorb oxygen. The oxygen from its bleaching gel is absorbed deeply into the tooth, dissolving stain molecules.

How Long Does Deep Bleaching Last?
Unlike other bleaching methods, with easy periodic home maintenance, Deep Bleaching is entirely permanent.

Is it Safe?
Bleaching products have been clinically studied and safely used on millions of patients without harm to teeth or gums. Bleaching is considered entirely safe.

Before and after photos of two different mouths treated with deep bleaching.
Is There Pain or Discomfort with Deep Bleaching?
Many have experienced pain during teeth whitening. Maybe you’ve experienced it yourself. After several years of research, development and clinical testing, the inventor of Deep Bleaching introduced a bleaching gel that, in most cases, produces little to no sensitivity. As a result, most patients have no discomfort from bleaching when using this technique. Testing has shown that patients who do feel some sensitivity using Deep Bleaching typically feel no more than 10% of the sensitivity they’d feel from other bleaching gels.

Does it Matter how Old I Am?
The ideal age to whiten teeth is about 14. The younger teeth are, the more brilliantly they whiten. However, Deep Bleaching rejuvenates even older teeth back to their youthful ability to whiten incredibly well, even if you’re 90 years old.

How White will my Teeth Get?
Deep Bleaching whitens teeth dramatically, often lightening them 16 shades or more. Although everyone is different, with the proper Bleaching technique, all teeth will have stunning results. It even whitens tetracycline-stained teeth!

Will my Teeth Look too White and Unnatural?
No. Real teeth can’t look unnatural, they just look beautifully white. If you have seen people with ultra-white, fake-looking teeth, these were probably false teeth, teeth with porcelain crowns or veneers that may have been made too white and too opaque. You’ll get the ideal shade that’s right for you.

Will my Crowns, Veneers or Fillings Whiten Too?
No. If you have any of these on your front teeth, you may need to replace some of them after bleaching.

How will Coffee, Tea, Smoking and Red Wine Affect my Teeth after Deep Bleaching?
With your easy home maintenance, these staining foods will have no effect on the brilliant color of your teeth. No more spots or two-tone results

Deep Bleaching can get even tetracycline-stained teeth white! (As shown above)

Will the Bleaching Trays be Uncomfortable, Difficult to Sleep with or will the Bleach Leak out of the Trays?
No. Deep Bleaching Trays ‘” are very different. They’re comfortable; because they’re thin and form-fitting, you’ll forget they’re even in your mouth. They’re convenient; by wearing these only while you sleep, it doesn’t interfere with your busy day. Also, unlike regular trays, Deep Bleaching Trays seal the bleach inside the tray, preventing the gel from quickly leaking into your mouth.

How does the Deep Bleaching System Work?
First, we’ll make molds of your teeth so you can have your own unique, ultra-comfortable Deep Bleaching Trays to wear with our bleaching gel. Then you’ll have a simple visit in the dental office, followed by wearing Deep Bleaching Trays for two weeks at home while you sleep. The Deep Bleaching System is completed with a final visit in the dental office.

Is Deep Bleaching More Expensive?
Yes, it is. Deep Bleaching involves more time and effort to ensure superior results. It is the most effective bleaching technique ever developed, based on years of extensive research. Along with very easy at-home maintenance, your investment in Deep Bleaching will provide a beautiful smile for life, even if you drink red wine, tea and coffee.

Before and after picture of teeth treated with a deep bleaching.