Dr. Sharon Albright, whose Telegraph Avenue office is on the border of Berkeley and Oakland, offers a variety of tooth whitening services. She has been a practicing dentist since 1993, and opened her dental office at its current location in 2001.
Dr. Albright and her staff provide patients with the most up-to-date procedures for at home or in-office teeth whitening. Although she offers a wide range of cosmetic dentistry in her clinic in Oakland, tooth whitening (or tooth bleaching as it is called sometimes) is the most popular procedure.
There are a variety of reasons you may wish to consider tooth whitening treatments. For the majority of patients it’s an attempt to slow the natural darkening process that happens as we age. For others, smoking or coffee drinking may have accelerated the discoloration of their teeth.
Depending whether you choose to be treated in-office, or to use an at home tooth whitening kit provided by Dr. Albright, your teeth should be between six and eight shades whiter than before. In-office tooth whitening can be completed in three sessions which total less than one hour. This amazing procedure offer fast and dramatic results.
While slower, at home treatments offer more gradual and subtle results; your co-workers may be dazzled by the instant whiteness of the office treatment!
In either case, Dr. Albright and her staff in Oakland will use the safest, gentlest, and most comfortable methods to ensure that your teeth whitening treatment is a pleasant experience. From custom-made whitening trays for a comfortable fit, to a soothing desensitizer which completes each session, you’ll be treated with care and courtesy — and your teeth will look beautiful.
Following your whitening treatment, if you are careful to adhere to simple instructions for the care of your teeth you should continue to see the results of the treatment for up to three years.
Dr. Albright’s clinic, Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry, is at 6333 Telegraph and is convenient for patients from Oakland, Berkeley, and around the East Bay.