Beyond™ WhiteSpa® in Augusta, GA
Does the color of your teeth impact your personal or professional life? Are you hesitant to smile in photos because of the yellowish color of your teeth? Southeastern Aesthetic Surgery, led by Dr. Troy Austin, a board-certified plastic surgeon, and Dr. Matthew Isakson, plastic surgeon, offer the teeth whitening system for men and women looking to whiten their teeth in Augusta, Evans, Columbia County, and nearby areas in Georgia. We are also happy to provide our services to residents of Aiken and the neighboring communities in South Carolina.
What is the Teeth Whitening System?
The Teeth Whitening System whitens teeth by combining a specially formulated whitening gel and precision halogen lamp to accelerate the whitening of the enamel. The whitening accelerator filters out harmful ultraviolet (UV) and infrared light producing optimal whitening results with little or no increased sensitivity.
How Long Do Teeth Whitening System Results Last?
Teeth Whitening is a 60 minute procedure that whitens on average 4-12 shades white depending on the depth of the darkness. Less expensive systems may combine weak LED lights with a slow reacting carbamide-peroxide, which in turn will not provide the same level of quality, safety, and long-lasting results as Beyond™ WhiteSpa.
What Can I Expect from the Teeth Whitening System Procedure?
The Teeth Whitening procedure is completed in-office by Southeastern Aesthetic Surgery staff member Janice Tuten. Janice Tuten is a certified dental assistant and an expert in teeth whitening. Janice will coat your teeth in the whitening gel and apply the accelerator light. Each session lasts about 20 minutes, and full results are achieved in three different sessions.
If you're ready to do something about the color of your teeth, or you have questions regarding the Teeth Whitening treatment process, please do not hesitate to contact us today for a consultation. Southeastern Aesthetic Surgery serves patients living in Augusta, Evans, Columbia County, and nearby areas in Georgia and South Carolina.