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How much does it cost to get your teeth whitened at the dentist?


So I have a cousin my age, and she ALWAYS gets her teeth whitened at the dentist. Isn’t it expensive?


2 Responses to “How much does it cost to get your teeth whitened at the dentist?”
  1. Phoenix says:

    Significant color change in a short period of time is the major benefit of in-office whitening. This protocol involves the carefully controlled use of a relatively high-concentration peroxide gel, applied to the teeth by the dentist or trained technician after the Gum s have been protected with a paint-on rubber dam. Generally, the peroxide remains on the teeth for several 15 to 20 minute intervals that add up to an hour (at most). Those with particularly stubborn staining may be advised to return for one or more additional bleaching sessions, or may be asked to continue with a home-use whitening system.

    In-office teeth whitening cost: $650 per visit (on average) nationwide.

  2. Stephanie says:

    Yes it can be really expensive and insurance doesn’t even cover it. For most cases it’s about $500-$600 when you go to the dentist for teeth whitening.

    Thankfully there are many cheap ways for teeth whitening available these days. Hydrogen peroxide teeth whitening is a common remedy that can be used well. There are also various other at home teeth whitening techniques that can improve your teeth tremendously.

    I’ve included a great blog (below) that provides a lot of valuable advice for inexpensive and even Free teeth whitening solutions.

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