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Teeth Whitening

Are your teeth not as pearly white as you'd like them to be?

Professional teeth whitening from Staten Island Aesthetic & Implant Dentist can significantly brighten your smile in just one appointment.

Our Staten Island, NY, practice offers several teeth whitening treatment options that can transform your look and confidence. 

How Does Teeth Whitening Work?

Professional teeth whitening gel uses hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide to break down stains that cause discoloration for a powerful bleaching effect. Our dentists carefully measure these bleaching ingredients for each patient to deliver safe and effective results.

What Discolors Teeth?

Teeth can become discolored due to factors both in and out of our control, including:

Age

As we age, our enamel slowly thins and becomes more translucent. As this process occurs, the inner part of the tooth, called dentin, becomes visible. This inner layer is yellow, which can make teeth appear darker. 

Tobacco Use

Smoking or chewing tobacco can cause significant dental staining. The tar and nicotine in these products can be absorbed into the enamel of your teeth, causing them to develop yellow or brown stains. 

Medications

Some important medications may also cause tooth discoloration. Blood pressure medication, antibiotics, certain types of antihistamines, chemotherapy, and radiation can lead to stains on your teeth. 

Dark Beverages

Do you often enjoy a morning coffee or nightly glass of red wine? While these beverages can be a relaxing part of your daily routine, they may be what's causing your tooth discoloration. The harsh pigments in dark beverages can stain tooth enamel.

Genetics

If your teeth are discolored, it's nothing to feel ashamed about. This trait may be out of your control for many reasons, including your genetics. The thickness of your outer enamel can be an inherited trait.

Dental Trauma

After an injury that causes your tooth to crack, chip, or break in some way, your body may respond to the trauma by creating excess dentin in the injured area. Because dentin is yellow, this may cause your tooth to look yellow or dark gray.

Dreaming of a Pearly White Smile? We Can Make It a Reality - Request a Free Consultation Today

​Our family-oriented practice is run by Drs. Alex and Jason Hecht, a father–son duo. 

Since 1978, Staten Island Aesthetic & Implant Dentist has helped patients transform their smiles through cosmetic dentistry. Our dentists, Alex and Jason Hecht, welcome the opportunity to do the same for you.

If you're looking to upgrade your smile but want quick results at a relatively low cost, teeth whitening is a great place to start. Contact our Staten Island office to request a free consultation:

(718) 705-4434

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Our father–son dental team is here to help you achieve your dream smile.

"Best experience I ever had at the dentist." 5-Star Reviews From Staten Island Patients

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Andrea Pepey

2022

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Very attentive staff. They create a comfortable environment for your dental appointment. Anyone that is apprehensive in visiting a dentist, Dr. Hecht is the dentist to go to. Take care of your pearly whites.

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Patricia Ryan

2022

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Best experience I ever had at the dentist, from the receptionist, to the staff, everyone was wonderful, made me feel comfortable & relaxed, I highly recommend Dr.Hect & his wonderful staff

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Your Teeth Whitening Options At Our Staten Island Office

We offer several whitening options at our office. Depending on your needs and the type of discoloration you have, our dentists may recommend one whitening option over another. Request a free consultation or visit us at our office to see which whitening brand will work the best for you.

Philips Zoom!®

Zoom! teeth whitening provides a safe way for dentists to deliver impressive teeth whitening results that are gentle on enamel. Zoom! uses blue LED light-accelerated technology to activate the hydrogen peroxide-based whitening formula once it is applied to your teeth.

Amorphous calcium phosphate is included as an ingredient in this gel to provide enamel protection and prevent tooth sensitivity. On average, Zoom whitens teeth by eight shades in just one 45-minute session.

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BriteSmile®

Like Zoom!, BriteSmile uses a blue LED light to activate a hydrogen peroxide-based gel. The BriteSmile procedure takes a bit longer because it requires three 20-minute bleaching sessions under the blue light. BriteSmile is gentle on teeth and can help whiten your smile while you lay back and relax.  

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KöR®

KöR is unique in that it can remove tetracycline stains. If your teeth have become discolored after using this antibiotic, KöR can help you get your bright white smile back. In-office treatments typically take an hour to an hour and a half to complete. If you have deep-set stains, KöR may be the whitening treatment for you. 

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How Much Does Teeth Whitening Cost?

Whitening your teeth at our Staten Island office can cost between $150 and $500. The cost of your teeth whitening experience may depend on which areas of your smile you want to target and how many sessions are needed to help you reach your desired goals. 

We offer several financing options, including in-house plans, to help you afford the cost of your treatment. You can even receive an interest-free loan based on prior credit approval.

"Very happy with my results." More 5-Star Reviews From Staten Island Patients

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Tom Zablocki

2022

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The staff was great. They kept me informed and made the entire experience easy

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Kathy Barclay

2022

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Very nice doctors and staff. Very happy with my results. I would definitely recommend them.

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Dr. Alex Hecht and Dr. Jason Hecht

Staten Island Aesthetic & Implant Dentist

Our family-run practice, led by Dr. Alex Hecht and Dr. Jason Hecht, is guided by compassionate and genuine care for our patients. Several distinctions set us apart:

  • Creating beautiful smiles since 1978
  • One of the largest practices in the region
  • Excellence in treating even the most complex cases
  • Advanced cone beam computed tomography (CT) scanner
  • Dedication to continuing education
  • Incorporation of the latest techniques

To set up a consultation or learn more about our services, reach out to our office online or call (718) 705-4434.

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