Teeth Whitening in Lynnwood

Teeth Whitening Services Lynnwood 

Your smile is important. A whiter and brighter smile is beautiful – it can help you feel better about yourself and make a memorable impression. 

When do you need teeth whitening or dental bleaching?

Your lifestyle and the aging process can stain and darken your teeth. Many things we do on a regular basis can contribute to stained teeth, such as drinking coffee, tea, soda, red wine, and smoking. In-office and at-home whitening systems in addition to regular cleanings can keep your smile looking its best. 


There are many products and techniques available for patients who want to achieve a brighter smile.  With so many options available, it can be difficult to choose the method that is right for you. Over-the-counter whitening gels and strips contain hydrogen peroxide, but in a significantly lower concentration of a maximum of 10%, making them less effective than professional whitening. The best way to begin any teeth-whitening regimen is to schedule an appointment and talk to your doctor about the differences between in-office professional whitening and at-home whitening.

In-Office Teeth Whitening in Lynnwood

At-Home Teeth Whitening in Lynnwood


The first professional option is an in-office whitening procedure performed in our dental office. During an appointment, your dentist will apply a whitening gel to the surface of your teeth. The entire office visit generally takes one to two hours and you will be able to see results immediately.


Tray bleaching is a type of professional whitening that uses custom-made trays and whitening gel that you apply at home. The whitening gel is placed in custom-fitted trays that fit perfectly over your teeth. As the peroxide in the gel breaks down, hydroxy radicals help whiten stained teeth. Unlike strips, this process whitens all your natural teeth and may contain ingredients intended to provide maximum comfort. 


If you would like to learn more about teeth whitening, please contact your dentist in Lynnwood by calling (425) 778 5665 or schedule an appointment at your convenience on our website.

Cost of Teeth Whitening

At Lynnwood Dental Studio, teeth whitening costs between $300 and $600 depending on whether it is In-office whitening or at-home whitening, and whether whitening trays or included or not. 

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Frequently asked questions about Teeth Whitening

Is teeth whitening necessary?

Not everyone’s teeth are going to be bright white. Most of our teeth become slightly yellow or gray as we age. Teeth also become yellow due to many conditions including the use of certain prescription medications. Teeth that do not have a natural bright appearance can be “whitened” to make them whiter and brighter. There are several ways your dentist can improve the color of your teeth if your dentist knows the cause. If you are concerned about the color of your teeth, seek your dentist’s advice.

Is teeth whitening safe?

There are many options available for teeth whitening including whitening strips, bleaching trays and gels, and laser teeth whitening. When used as directed, each of these products is safe.

How much teeth whitening costs?

At Lynnwood Dental Studio, teeth whitening costs between $300 and $600 depending on whether it is In-office whitening or at-home whitening, and whether whitening trays or included or not.

How teeth whitening works?

Majority of the teeth whiteners contain two bleaching chemicals: carbamide peroxide or hydrogen peroxide. These bleaching chemicals go down to the tooth enamel and initiates an oxidation process that breaks apart staining compounds.

How much are teeth whitening trays?

A tray-based tooth whitening system from your dentist can cost up to $500.

How to use teeth whitening pen?

Teeth whitening pens are thin, plastic tubes that contain a whitening gel (typically hydrogen peroxide). Just twist the cap and brush.

How long teeth whitening last?

The duration of teeth whitening depends on the type of whitening treatment. A professional cleaning performed by the dentist can last between one and two years. However, this effect is less likely last long if you smoke or eat and drink products that can stain your teeth.

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