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Eventually, you might notice that your smile is no longer as white and bright as you’d like. When this happens, you may be tempted to try a DIY teeth whitening solution at home. At Loftin Dental, we encourage our patients to seek the services of a professional. Many people believe that a brighter smile makes people more attractive, and this belief prompts them to look for whitening and brightening services to restore dull, yellow or stained teeth.
There are several good reasons to work with a teeth whitening dentist rather than attempting something on your own:
Patients throughout Walnut Creek and Clayton may have tried a variety of products and processes in the past, but working with a professional is the best way to be sure that the enamel of the tooth is not damaged. We invite you to give us a call when you want to improve your smile. Dr. Loftin and our team at Loftin Dental are ready to work with you to help you feel comfortable with your oral health care.
If this happens, you most likely used too much whitening gel in your trays and it crept up to your gums. Next time, use a little less. When you put your tray on and you see excess squirt out of the trays, wipe it off. The white gums are not permanent and will go away over the next few days. You may feel a burning sensation in the gums as well.
Our friendly admin team is available during business hours to schedule your appointment. If you call after hours, just leave a message and we’ll return your call the next business day!
For your convenience, our new patient registration forms can be filled out prior to your arrival. Access both here: NEW PATIENT FORMS. Make sure to fill out both forms: (1) New Patient Registration and (2) Medical History. You will not be automatically redirected to the second form, so please click on it to complete. We’ve also provided our privacy practices for your review here: HIPPA FORM.
After this initial registration we will ask you for formal updates every 2 years.
We do accept most PPO dental plans and are considered in network for Delta Dental. If you don’t currently have insurance coverage, we offer options:
*If you are 62 years or older, we offer a 10 percent courtesy off all our treatments.
*We have our own in-house dental plan, The Club! Details here.
*Pay using CareCredit here.
We do not accept MediCal, Medicare or HMO plans.