Are your teeth stained from coffee, wine, and smoking? Are you self-conscious about your smile? Brooklyn Heights Dental® can help.
Thanks to teeth whitening, Drs. Eugene D. Stanislaus and Lisa Reid have helped people throughout Brooklyn enjoy brighter smiles.
Learn how just one visit to our office serving Brooklyn Heights and the Fort Greene area can whiten your smile by several shades...
How Does Teeth Whitening Work?
During professional teeth whitening treatment, a bleaching agent is applied to the teeth. This whitening gel contains hydrogen peroxide, the active ingredient in the whitening process. The hydrogen peroxide penetrates into the tooth enamel and whitens the topmost layers of the teeth.
Brighten Your Smile See What Professional Whitening Can Accomplish
In-Office Teeth Whitening vs. At-Home Products
There are many toothpastes, strips, tray systems, and mouthwashes that claim to whiten your teeth. These over-the-counter products can be somewhat effective, but they do not yield the same results as professional in-office teeth whitening. A single in-office whitening session can brighten your smile much faster than weeks of using a whitening toothpaste or an at-home bleaching kit.
Would You Like to Whiten Your Smile? Contact Our Practice for More Information
If you wish your smile was whiter, Brooklyn Heights Dental® can help. We offer some of the latest advances in dentistry that improve the health and appearance of the teeth and gums.
Dr. Stanislaus and Dr. Reid bring years of dentistry experience to every case. They take time to truly listen and tailor each treatment to the patient. Our practice offers occasional specials as well as flexible financing for cosmetic dentistry procedures, which makes treatment more affordable.
If you live in Brooklyn and want to learn more about your teeth whitening options, contact our dental office online. You can also call our office in Brooklyn Heights to schedule a visit.
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5-Star Patient Reviews We Put Our Patients' Needs First
I will highly recommend Brooklyn Heights Dental. Their services are splendid in all matters. Clear information, follow-up in case of a health insurance concern, and, most importantly, they accommodated my needs. I have PTSD, and sometimes noises, textures, and the anesthesia could make me feel unwell. After speaking with the hygienist and Dr. Reid, they were extra careful, and constantly making sure that I felt heard, safe, and comfortable in the chair. THANK YOU!View on Google
First visit to the dentists prior to the pandemic. This was a great experience. There was bit of a mixup as my appointment didn't show up on their calendar. Rather then send me home to reschedule another appointment, they were able slot me in. Exceptional customer service.View on Google
Philips Zoom! Teeth Whitening A Trusted Name in Professional Whitening
Philips Zoom! teeth whitening is fast, safe, and effective.
Zoom! teeth whitening is one of the most well-known cosmetic dentistry brands on the market. Countless patients have experienced the benefits of Zoom!, which has helped them achieve the smile they've always wanted.
Safely Whiten Your Teeth
Unlike over-the-counter kits, in-office Zoom! whitening is carefully monitored to ensure your safety and that the hydrogen peroxide gel is evenly applied. In just a single 45-minute treatment, your smile can be brightened by up to eight shades.
A Proven Track Record
We've used Zoom! whitening at our Brooklyn practice for many years. It's always been a reliable and simple system, delivering consistent results that leave patients satisfied.
Whitening vs. Bonding
Dental bonding uses a tooth-colored resin that is painted directly onto a tooth. The bonding material can mask stains as well as chips and cracks. Whitening treatment and bonding yield excellent results, and we can discuss which option is right for you during your visit.
Whitening vs. Veneers
Porcelain veneers are custom shells that are cemented to the front of a tooth. A veneer can mask stains, fractures, and other imperfections. Veneers are a good option when someone has intrinsic stains that do not respond to whitening treatment and the results look even more lifelike than bonding.
Building a Community with Our Patients Serving Brooklyn Heights, Fort Greene, and Downtown Brooklyn
I’ve been going here for 2yrs now, and every time I’m there everyone is very friendly and professional. Dr. S is extremely gentle. He’s the best dentist I’ve ever been to! I recommend him to everyone I know.View on Google
Dr. Stanislaus is lovely! He could not be more friendly, caring, and welcoming. So happy to find Brooklyn Heights Dental. Will be a long-time customer :)View on Google
See for Yourself Whitening Can Rejuvenate Your Smile
The Teeth Whitening Procedure A Step-by-Step Guide
In-office whitening sessions take less than an hour to complete. Let's walk you through the process.
A single in-office whitening session can brighten your smile much faster than weeks of using a whitening toothpaste or an at-home bleaching kit.
Tooth Sensitivity After Whitening Treatment
Sensitive teeth are a common side effect of whitening treatment. It's caused by the hydrogen peroxide and other active ingredients in the whitening gel. As they penetrate the enamel, these ingredients reach the porous dentin layer of the tooth, triggering tooth sensitivity in some patients. Thankfully, this is only temporary. We carefully monitor the process to reduce sensitivity, and offer tips for at-home care so you can minimize discomfort after treatment.