Is Professional Teeth in NYC Whitening Really Worth it?

Is Professional Teeth in NYC Whitening Really Worth it?

Is Professional Teeth in NYC Whitening Really Worth it?

Your morning coffee and favorite red wine are changing the color of your teeth. A bright white smile is essential to life now that social media has everyone snapping pictures on a daily basis. The demand to keep personal social media accounts up to date has consumers rushing towards any teeth whitening treatment they can access.

Generally, consumers tend to begin their teeth whitening journey with DIY treatments. The DIY path usually starts with a teeth whitening toothpaste and mouthwash then leads to a whitening pen, and strips. Some consumers find themselves in the middle of a mall getting their teeth whitened as onlookers stare at the procedure.

To schedule your Zoom! Teeth Whitening in NYC, please call 212-972-3522 or fill out the contact form to get started today! You may also visit our office at 30 East 40th St @ Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016.

A common reason consumers start with DIY treatments is due to the lack of coverage for teeth whitening procedures. Insurance companies consider teeth whitening cosmetic and often don’t offer any coverage. The dental industry has acknowledged the situation with insurance companies and often provide their patients with a variety of ways to pay for their teeth whitening treatment. Some dental offices even offer convenient finance plans.

Professional teeth whitening is always the best avenue to take when keeping your smile bright on a continuous basis. Dentists have access to teeth whitening treatments in higher dosages than the standard over the counter whitening treatments. Higher amounts of hydrogen peroxide and carbamide are found in almost all dental office whitening treatments. This powerful combination that makes teeth white is not available to the public.

Yes. Professional teeth whitening is worth it because it comes with the guidance of a professional and allows consumers access to high-quality treatment and follow up visits.

One of the most common complaints from consumers that use over the counter products is teeth sensitivity. Consumers use the whitening treatment, and it works well, but a few days or weeks later they realize they can’t consume cold or hot foods without experiencing pain and sensitivity in their teeth. Consumers that experience teeth sensitivity need to stop over the counter treatment immediately and seek advice from a professional.

Consumers that spend a little extra money at a dentist office in the beginning for their teeth whitening treatment often realize it balances out in the end. Teeth whitening is an ongoing process since consumers need to continue to eat and drink, which are the leading cause of discoloration. This means DIY treatments and products need to be purchased more often and applied frequently compared to a one hour or less office treatment.

Dentists examine the overall health of the patient’s gums and teeth. They offer a variety of options that are best suited for the patient. This also gives the patient the opportunity for a follow-up visit if teeth sensitivity is experienced. The next treatment session can be changed to lessen the sensitivity. Unfortunately, over the counter teeth whitening treatment is a “one size fits all” deal which means all consumers purchasing the product receive the same amount of whitening strength.

To schedule your Zoom! Teeth Whitening in NYC, please call 212-972-3522 or fill out the contact form to get started today! You may also visit our office at 30 East 40th St @ Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016.

Dr. Jacquie Smiles Supports NY Fashion Week 2018

Join Dr. Jacquie Smiles and STYLE360 as we celebrate the NYFW 2018.
RSVP to the below events by calling 212-972-3522.

Style360 NYWK Schedule 2018

September 10-12, 2018 

Monday, September 10th

1:00 pm: Studio 189 by Rosario Dawson and Abrima Erwiah
7:00pm: Kittenish by Jessie James Decker
9:00 pm:  After-party for Kittenish by Jessie James Decker at the Row NYC

Tuesday, September 11th

11:00 am: Mery Playa by Sofia Resing
3:00 pm: Tumbler and Tipsy by Michael Kuluva 
7:00 pm: DFBK: Defend Brooklyn

Wednesday, September 12th

3:00 pm: Bonnie Bouche by Angela Simmons
7:30 pm: #Unfiltered by Jessica Abo


Meet Dr. Jacquie Smiles 

Dr. Jacquie Smiles, also known to her patients as Dr. Jacqueline Fulop-Goodling, D.M.D., P.C., started her career in orthodontics/dentistry at Boston University and after graduation became the first female and youngest Director of B.U.’s Predoctoral Orthodontic Department. She is now part of the Invisalign prestigious faculty department, this means she is among one of the most experienced Invisalign providers in the world. 



New York Fashion Week, held in February and September of each year, is a semi-annual series of events (generally lasting 7–9 days) when international fashion collections are shown to buyers, the press and the general public. It is one of four major fashion weeks in the world, collectively known as the “Big 4,” along with those in Paris, London and Milan. 

About Fashion Week

The first New York Fashion Week (NYFW) was created in 1943 by Eleanor Lambert, press director of the American fashion industry’s first promotional organization, the New York Dress Institute. Producers of New York Fashion Week include IMG, The SOCIETY Fashion Week, FTL Moda in conjunction with Fashion Week Online, Style 360, Art Hearts Fashion, and Style Fashion Week, among others.

NYFW includes two types of shows: Industry and open-to-the-public shows. Unless you’re a fashion buyer or work in the press/industry, it is unlikely that you’ll be able to snag a seat to the heavy hitters.

2018 Event

Fall/winter took place February 5-8, 2018, and spring/summer 2019 will take place September 6-14, 2018. In February, many popular venues were Spring Studios, among others.


Admission to the New York Fashion Week is typically in the form of accreditation. Many private events and parties are by invitation only.

RSVP and come join Dr. Jacquie Smiles and STYLE360 at NYC Fashion week by calling 212-972-3522.

Temporary Office Closing In Response To COVID-19

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