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Henry Lee, DDS,PA - Dr. Henry Lee, DDS

$98 for an In-Office Teeth Whitening from Henry Lee, DDS, PA (a $450 Value)

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  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. 24hr cancellation notice required or $53 fee may apply.

Questions and Answers 7 questions

Q:

How often on average will the whitening last until it needs to be redone?

David C.  asked on  Feb 19, 2013

A:

There is no average that can be applied to each patient. We have had patients who have bleached their teeth and the color has remained lighter for 20 some years. Others need to be touched up every 6 months. There are a multitude of reasons for staining and coloration of teeth and it is difficult to state what the "average" is until the cause of the discoloration can be ascertained.

Henry L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 20, 2013

Q:

Can I make an appointment on a Saturday for teeth whitening? Thanks

Srinath J.  asked on  Feb 17, 2013

A:

We currently do not have Saturday clinical hours available.

Henry L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 17, 2013

Q:

What is the difference between this procedure as oppossed to the gel/LED light procedure in effectiveness? I have recently had a 90 minute treatment of the above, and while it lightened my teeth a few shades, they definitely could use more, and the "technician" at the "Smile Center" said that was probably all that procedure could do for me. Thanks!

Anne A.  asked on  Feb 17, 2013

A:

There are no studies done by any independent (i.e., not funded by the dental bleaching manufacturers) groups that has shown "light activated" bleaching systems work any better than systems that do not use a light source. Our office has used both systems and we found no difference between light activated and non light activated bleaching systems. Studies have shown that teeth bleaching is dependent on the amount of time the bleaching agent is in contact with the teeth involved. The longer the bleaching agent is left on the teeth the lighter they will be come. The active agent in all the bleaching systems in the mass market today is hydrogen peroxide. The in office bleaching systems use a very high concentration hydrogen peroxide, hence it can be done over a shorter period of time. The take home custom tray systems will obtain the same bleaching results over a longer period of time. The in office system is just more convenient for many patients. If your teeth are in the gray shade range instead of the yellow shade range, your teeth may not whiten as much as you or your dentist may want. It is difficult for us to say your teeth will lighten up more with more bleaching procedures without an examination.

Henry L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 17, 2013

Q:

Before i by the coupon , i want to make sure if there is any other out of pocket cost involve.

Safia Q.  asked on  Feb 17, 2013

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There are no other out of pocket expenses involved unless you choose to have other procedures done.

Henry L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 17, 2013

Q:

Hello. How long does the teeth whitening procedure usually last and does it hurt? Thanks, Susan Bastian

susan b.  asked on  Feb 16, 2013

A:

The bleaching procedure will take approximately one hour. The procedure does not normally hurt. Over the course of 25 plus years of bleaching teeth we have had less than a half dozen patients who had to halt the procedure due to sensitivity or discomfort. If discomfort is present it is usually due to exposed root surfaces, worn enamel, defective restorations, or anatomic irregularities.

Henry L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 16, 2013

Q:

Does this offer include take home trays or is it only for the one time in office treatment?

Janice L.  asked on  Feb 16, 2013

A:

This offer is for the one time in office procedure.

Henry L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 16, 2013

Q:

Are there any side effects with this treatment such as extreme sensitivity after receiving the treatment or any other discomfort as a result of the chemicals used.

Aref A.  asked on  Feb 15, 2013

A:

There can be sensitivity after bleaching if there are exposed root surfaces, caries (decay), attrition leading to worn enamel, defective restorations(fillings, veneers, crowns, etc.). We examine every patient before the bleaching procedure to ensure that factors leading to sensitivity are addressed before the procedure. The active chemical in practically every tooth bleaching procedure is hydrogen peroxide, the variables are pH, concentration, and carrier. We rarely have patients reporting extreme sensitivity.

Henry L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 16, 2013

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