At Rafi Dental Group in Tustin, we understand the importance that a beautiful smile plays in your confidence. Stained or discolored teeth can be noticeable and negatively affect the appearance of your normally beautiful smile. Our dentist’s office offers professional teeth whitening services to help you restore your teeth to their original brilliance. With professional rather than at-home whitening, you can achieve brighter and whiter results that last longer. The teeth whitening treatments are quick, effective, and require no downtime. You can achieve beautiful results quickly and have the confidence that comes with a bright smile. Read our blog to learn more about how Rafi Dental Group in Tustin can help you get your most beautiful smile with teeth whitening services.

  1. How to Make Your Teeth Whitening Last Longer

    After professional teeth whitening, you have a radiant smile, but that bright smile doesn't seem to last long. It seems like every day after your whitening appointment, your white smile starts to fade. This causes many people to ask, how can I maintain my white smile after a whitening? If you've jus…Read More

  2. Is Professional Teeth Whitening Safe?

    In our previous blog, we discovered that professional teeth whitening is the most effective treatment for staining and discoloration. We touched upon the topic of safety, but you might still be wondering, is professional teeth whitening really safe? It is understandable to have some apprehension tow…Read More

  3. Professional Teeth Whitening vs. At-Home Treatments

    One of the clear hallmarks of a beautiful smile is bright, white teeth. Unfortunately, many of us don’t have teeth that are as white as we would like. This can be due to numerous causes — tobacco use, drinking coffee or tea, drinking red wine, certain medications, or just plain aging. As a resul…Read More

  4. Why You Should Visit Your Tustin Dentist for Teeth Whitening

    There are many factors that may cause your teeth to lose their bright, white color over time. This can be caused by tobacco use or by the food you eat and drink such as coffee, wine, soy sauce, tomato sauce and soda. Yellowing can also be the result of some medical conditions or medications. Teeth c…Read More