Teeth Whitening in South Jersey


Did you know that people with beautiful smiles are perceived as more successful, confident, and happier?


If you smoke or drink tea or coffee, you might expect stained teeth as a result. Everyday food choices, however, also cause color deposits on the teeth and leave them darker with each passing year.


While stains are a regular part of the aging process, you do not have to live with a yellow or dark smile.


One of the quickest and most cost -effective way to improve your smile is to brighten your teeth. Dr. Lee offers many whitening options to meet your goals to your smile.

We offer in-office whitening treatments, which are great for quick touch-ups for a big event. But we highly recommend our professional take-home teeth whitening kits. Not only are our kits convenient, we also believe that whitening done over a period of time produces the best possible long-term results.


All our whitening kits are customized specifically for you. You can expect to see whitening results of about 6 to 8 shades.

What Is Teeth Whitening?

Teeth whitening is the process in which a Dr. Lee utilizes chemicals and sometimes laser lights to whiten the teeth. Due to age, habits, and other problems, individuals may find that their teeth have become stained or darkened over time. The result is a yellow or even gray appearance to the teeth that can be psychologically and psyche damaging. The beauty of the teeth and their overall appearance, if good, can build confidence. A smile that is yellowed, however, can negatively impact an individual’s self-value and impression quality.

Professional Whitening vs. Over-the-Counter Whitening

Some patients choose to whiten with over-the-counter products, and while this may seem more cost-effective, here are some things you should consider:


The whitening gel Dr. Gentry has access to is much stronger than over-the-counter products. It may take longer for you to achieve your desired results with store-bought whitening products.


Dr. Lee creates custom-fitting whitening trays while drug store systems are one size fits all. They could be ill-fitting, which puts you at risk of injury from excess whitening gel.


Over-the-counter products are often designed to focus on only your front six teeth, which may not produce your desired results.


It’s always advisable to whiten your teeth under the supervision of your dentist in case you experience issues with sensitivity.


We would love to help you brighten your smile! Contact our office today to learn more about our whitening options.

we look forward to caring for your smile!

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