Look Your Best with Smile Brightening
As you age, your teeth can become discolored, lose their luster and fade to a drab yellow. Other factors also contribute to this gradual change, including substances like coffee, tea and soda that stain your teeth, excessive fluoride or the deterioration of a nerve.
- The Sapphire Light Technique – a same-day, single-hour treatment option that could brighten your teeth up to 10 shades in about an hour.
- The Sadati Home-Whitening System – a set of custom-made bleaching trays worn during the day or night for 30-60 minutes to brighten your teeth over a period of roughly two weeks.
- The Sadati Deep-Bleaching Treatment – a combination of our Sapphire in-office and home-whitening systems designed to remove tough, persistent tetracycline stains and other deeper discoloration.
Is there an important upcoming event in your life that requires you to look your very best? Why not attend with confidence, knowing that you look great! Call The Sadati Center for Aesthetic Dentistry and transform your smile from aging yellow into a youthful, radiant white.
Trust a South Florida Cosmetic Dentist Dedicated to your Smile
Experience your teeth whitening treatment supervised in our office, at home or in both locations.
During an in-office treatment, we coat your teeth with hydrogen peroxide. Then our Wellington dental experts apply a special Sapphire™ light to cure and bleach your teeth. This technique lasts about an hour and involves no further at-home treatment. It is more convenient, but also slightly more expensive. To maintain your ideal shade, occasional home whitening is sometimes recommended.
Our dentist-supervised, take-home smile brightening solution requires a mold of your teeth from which Dr. Sadati creates a perfectly fitted bleaching tray that does not touch your gums. The tray contains a mild solution of carbamide peroxide, a substance that reacts with water to release hydrogen peroxide, the bleaching agent.
No teeth whitening method stops future discoloration. Since teeth whitening treatments usually fade in 1-4 years, we recommend that you visit South Florida dentist Sam Sadati, DDS for a check-up every six months to touch up your pearly whites.
“One of the ways I help my guests is by teaching them how to effectively and safely self-whiten. After your first visit, you can touch up your smile year after year.” –Dr. Sam S. Sadati, DDS, of The Sadati Center for Aesthetic Dentistry