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Kennedy Dental
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Monday-Thursday 7am-5pm
Friday 7am-12pm
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Is teeth whitening safe?

Teeth whitening in Bellevue, NE is designed to lift stubborn tooth stains, giving your teeth a youthful glow. However, your dentist will not okay professional teeth whitening unless sure it’s safe for your oral health. So, if you are not a patient of record, this typically means a consultation in our dental office.

Options for Professional Teeth Whitening

During your consultation, your cosmetic dentist will talk with you about your health history, ensuring you do not have untreated cavities or other oral health issues before approving you for teeth whitening.

If you’re approved for teeth whitening, we offer three options at Kennedy Dental:

  • In-office teeth whitening
  • Professional teeth whitening strips
  • Custom take-home trays

Your dentist can help you decide which option is best for your smile goals. In some cases, you can opt for more than one treatment type. For example, you can start whitening in our office and rely on professional teeth whitening strips to touch up your smile as needed.

Additionally, we recommend trusting your teeth whitening to the professionals. Store-bought products can harm tooth enamel, give you poor results, and leave you with sensitive teeth.

Schedule Treatment at Our Dental Office in Bellevue!

If you have questions about our products or if you would like to schedule a consultation for safe teeth whitening, give us a call today at (402) 291-3535.

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We are currently performing all procedures including routine exams and cleanings.  The safety of our patients and our team is a top priority, so please call the office if you are experiencing any of the following in the 48 hours prior to your appointment:

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