Teeth Whitening

LumiBrite Teeth Whitening In Coeur d’Alene

Image of a smile improved and brighter from teeth whitening services obtained at Lakeview Dental Clinic in Coer d'Alene, ID.Are your teeth not as bright as they once were? Age and dietary habits like drinking coffee, wine, and tea take a toll on the appearance of your teeth over time. At Lakeview Dental Clinic, we offer LumiBrite Chairside Teeth Whitening System to our Coeur d’Alene patients for a more youthful looking smile.

How Does LumiBrite Teeth Whitening Work?

The LumiBrite Teeth Whitening process is comfortable and simple. If you’re an ideal candidate for LumiBrite Teeth Whitening, Dr. Matteson will apply the LumiBrite whitening gel to your teeth, and finish it with a powerful LED activation light.

For patients with sensitive teeth or for those who have experienced sensitivity from whitening before, Dr. Matteson can use the desensitizing enhancer. With LumiBrite, most patients' teeth can become up to 10 shades whiter!

Is LumiBrite Right For Me?

Happy couple swinging together at a park with perfect white teeth from teeth whitening services at Lakeview Dental Clinic in Coeur d'Alene, ID.One of the best features of LumiBrite Teeth Whitening is that it only takes a little over an hour! LumiBrite Teeth Whitening can be ideal for any patient who wants a whiter smile in a short period of time.

There’s no need to wear trays or deal with messy gels to gradually whiten your smile. The convenience of LumiBrite Teeth Whitening makes it an easy choice for many of our dental patients.

Schedule Your Whitening Consultation With Lakeview Dental Clinic Today!

If you have question about LumiBrite Teeth Whitening, tooth pain, or any other of the dental services we offer at Lakeview Dental Clinic, give our office a call.

Scheduling a consultation with Dr. Matteson is the perfect way to answer all of your questions and determine if LumiBrite Teeth Whitening could be the best solution for your smile!

If you have a tooth that is damaged beyond repair, a dental crown is typically a viable option over a tooth that needs a root canal or other procedure.