Free Teeth Whitening

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Do you dream of a bright, white, healthy-looking smile? Tamborello Dentistry in Magnolia, TX near The Woodlands can help! We offer both in-office and at-home teeth whitening for our patients looking to brighten their dull smile. Unlike most over-the-counter dental whitening kits, our whitening treatments don’t contain chemicals that can lead to increased tooth sensitivity. Our whitening treatments also show results much faster than the over-the-counter kits which can take weeks—and even months—to see a result.

KöR Teeth Whitening

Our Magnolia, TX KöR whitening treatment is one of the most effective treatments for especially extreme cases of discoloration. This in-office treatment is only available to qualified patients, so please call us today to see if you qualify!

For teeth whitening in Pinehurst, Hufsmith, Shenandoah, Tomball and The Woodlands, TX, contact your dentist in 77354 today!


At-Home Whitening Kits

Some of our patients at Tamborello Dentistry in Magnolia, TX prefer whitening treatments in the comfort of their own home. For this reason, we also offer at-home whitening treatments. Unlike at-home whitening kits you find at the store, our whitening kits will show you results in as little as a week, without the sensitivity issues that are common with over-the-counter teeth bleaching kits.

Whether you want to whiten your teeth at home, or need a bright smile fast, Dr. Tamborello has you covered! To get started, contact our Magnolia, TX dental office near The Woodlands, TX and schedule an appointment for teeth whitening treatment. We look forward to helping you achieve the smile you’ve always dreamt of.


Is whitening good for teeth?

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure that aims to remove stains or discolorations on the teeth. While it may change the color of your teeth, whitening is not a substitute for dental treatments and restorations that restore teeth to their natural color.

Can yellow teeth become white again?

The answer is yes, yellow teeth are reversible. The condition known as hypoplasia often results in tooth discoloration (enamel hypoplasia) or gum/roots hyperplasia (gingival). These conditions can be corrected with whitening treatment or orthodontics procedures such as braces and Invisalign..

Does whitening damage teeth?

Whitening treatments are designed to make teeth appear brighter, but they don't help rebuild tooth enamel. Unless you're planning to restore your teeth with dental bonding, whitening agents won't repair damage from decay or cavit

Who should not get teeth whitening?

Some people should not get teeth whitening. These include anyone who has problems with their teeth, including those with cavities and mouth sores. Anyone who has had in-office dental procedures such as a root canal or crowns should not get teeth whitening until at least 6 months after these procedures have taken place.

What is the best way to whiten your teeth?

Whitening products are designed to deliver a bright white smile by removing stains from your teeth and giving you a whiter smile. They're available over the counter, but some dentists may prescribe them for more severe cases of discoloration.

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