Whiten Teeth in Minutes in Nashua NH [VIDEO]

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Everyone wants a beautiful, bright smile. That’s one of the reasons we see whitening treatments in every drugstore and big-box store. Over-the-counter whitening treatments may cost you a lot in the long run and lead to poor results. Luckily for you, our Nashua NH dental team can brighten your smile at our office in just minutes.

Professional in-office whitening is safe and extremely fast. We simply place a high-strength whitening agent on your teeth and activate with a special light. You sit back and relax while the whitening agent does all of the work. We whiten the teeth in 15-minute increments until you reach your desired shade. We can improve the brightness of your teeth by several shades in just one hour!

If you have dingy of faded teeth, we can help. Nashua Family Dentistry can whiten teeth in minutes. Give us a call today at 603-546-7460 to book a visit. And listen about whitening treatments from Dr. Kiehl himself!

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