Teeth Whitening

Find Information, Treatment Costs, Patient Travel Guide And More About All Kind Of Teeth Whitening In X Dentistry.


Best Teeth Whitening
In Tijuana

Teeth whitening is a specialized procedure that lightens the
natural color of your teeth without removing any of the
tooth surface. A teeth whitening treatment may improve
the overall appearance of your smile and contribute to
increasing your self-esteem and self-confidence.

The procedure is completely safe and takes about an hour,
so it can be done during a casual visit to Tijuana. We can
even pick you up to take you to the clinic from your hotel
or the border at no additional charge. Get ready to have a
dazzling smile!


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Fast results and works best with organic stains or
discolorations primarily caused by aging,
smoking, and consuming certain foods.


Ideal for more intense stains, as it uses a special
machine that can whiten up to eight shades in
three sessions of 15 minutes each.


There are also home kits that you can use to
whiten your teeth throughout the year. They are
available in a variety of presentations.


Tijuana Teeth Whitening Cost

Laser Whitening

US Prices Up To: $400 USD
$100 USD *Costs May Vary Depending On The
Patient's Medical Conditions.

Home Whitening

US Prices Up To: $650 USD
$150 USD *Costs May Vary Depending On The
Patient's Medical Conditions.

White Diet after
Teeth Whitening


Chicken, White Meat (Fish), Lettuce,
White Rice, Salt, Bananas, Pears,
White Pastas, And Complements


Water, Sodas Without Any Color,
Whtie Wine White Yogurt, Non
Flavored Milk, White Vinager.


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Sometimes it is recommended to undergo a veneers
treatment before or after teeth whitening, especially if you
have severely decayed or chipped teeth or any pre-existing
dental work that may need to match the new tooth shade.
This way, a uniform result is obtained.

At X Dentistry Tijuana we offer you many types of dental veneers,
from traditional composite ones to E-max porcelain veneers and
Lumineers. Our specialists will carefully evaluate your teeth status to
provide you with the most appropriate options according to your


Teeth Whitening Step by Step:

At X Dentistry we want your experience to be totally pleasant and hassle free. That is why we are at your entire disposal and
we will take care of you Before, During and After your dental treatments.

1. Preliminary Evaluation

A specialist will evaluate your dental status in order to recommend the ideal type of whitening procedure ideal for you. A teeth cleaning is recommended before your treatment.

2. Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening at X Dentistry Tijuana takes about an hour. Overall it is a painless process, however ZOOM whitening may cause discomfort in people with overly sensitive teeth.

3. Regular Maintenance

Teeth whitening is not a permanent solution to discoloration or staining. Its effect may last from three to six months, so regular visits are required to restore shine and whiteness.


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Sometimes Dental Crowns or Dental “Caps” are a Good
Option if Your Teeth are Cracked or have excessive decay,
this is an artificial Restoration thath Fits over the ramining
part of a pre prepared tooth.

This procedure the teeth functionality is restored. Crowns
give an aesthetic appearance and great results. We have
from E-max Porcelain Crowns and bridges to zirconia
crowns and bridges for all our patients.


Teeth Whitening

What can I do to keep my teeth white as long as possible?

During the 24 to 48 hours that follow the treatment, it is recommended to consume white or colorless foods (such as milk, chicken, white fish, white rice and pasta without color,) because the layer of proteins that covers the surface of the teeth makes them vulnerable to stains and needs time to re-stabilize.

Should I avoid any type of food after teeth whitening?

Preferably avoid coffee, tea, red wine, cola, red fruits, tomatoes, carrots, red meats, chocolate, sauces, mustard and tobacco. Do not use lipsticks nor colored toothpaste.

Do teeth whiteners cause damage to tooth enamel?

There’s no evidence that teeth whitening has any harmful effects on tooth enamel or on the health of a tooth’s nerve. There is also no evidence that teeth whiteners damage existing dental restorations. However, veneers, crowns, bridges and any pre-existing dental work won’t lighten, so you may need to replace them to match the desired shade.