Reverse the effects of stained and discolored teeth. Whitening will boost your confidence, and enhance your smile.
As time passes, teeth naturally stain and can get yellower from things like drinking coffee, soda, smoking, and genetic factors. If you want a whiter smile, Great Falls Family & Cosmetic Dentistry can help.
How can I get whiter teeth?
Whether you're getting ready to impress on your special wedding day, simply want to reverse the effects of dark, stained teeth, our professional use of high-concentration bleaching gels unavailable over the counter, can give you the white smile people will take notice of.
Dr. Dahman uses the most powerful whitening solutions available on the market so you can expect to see results quickly.
What should I expect in my whitening treatment?
Unlike over the counter kits that can take weeks of applying whitening strips, our in-office whitening treatment only takes about an hour in our office.
How much does it cost to have teeth whitened at the dentist.
The cost of to have teeth whitened by a dentist can vary depending on whether or not you want to whiten just your upper or lower teeth, or all of them. While the cost can vary slightly for various reasons, the average cost of our Extreme results, KOR Whitening is between $463-$763.
Will my dental insurance cover my tooth whitening treatment?
Teeth whitening is considered a cosmetic dental treatment. Because of this, it doesn’t matter how good your dental insurance may be, whitening will not be covered. In fact, no dental insurance policy whatsoever will pay towards a tooth whitening treatment.
How to save 30% on in-office, professional teeth whitening.
Becoming a member of our dental savings plan can help you save big on teeth whitening. Patients with our Dental Savings Plan save an average of $138-$228 on this treatment alone. If you’re looking for a whiter, brighter smile, our Dental Savings Plan is a great option. There is no waiting period and no limitations on the amount you can save.
Typical Cost for Uninsured Patients with our Dental Savings Plan
Average savings of $228
Typical Cost with Insurance
(plus the premiums you pay all year long)
Typical Cash Patient
*Costs represent typical fee ranges we see. Your actual costs, and savings may vary. Savings based on full mouth.
Read more about how our dental savings plan can help you.
How white can my teeth get?
While this really depends on the current color and health of your teeth, you should expect an improvement of 2-3 shades from your current tooth color. Dr. Dahman will detail your individual expected results for you.
If your goals are a larger color improvement, it's still possible. In fact, you may be a great candidate for veneers!
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