What is Teeth Whitening
Tooth whitening brightens the appearance of teeth while also assisting in the removal of stains and discolouration. The process of whitening is not a one-time event. If you want to keep the brighter color, you'll need to repeat the process from time to time to keep it that way.
Boosts your self confidence
Enhances your appearance
Minimizes the look of wrinkles
Doesn’t break the bank
We provide two whitening alternatives for our patients:
01. In the office/in the chair
When you have your teeth whitened in-office, your dentist can use a more potent whitening gel. The gel is activated by a specific light or laser, which allows bleaching to occur more quickly and produce a more pleasing outcome.
02. Take home bleaching kit
For at-home whitening, a mold of your upper and lower teeth will be obtained in order to create custom bleaching trays that will be customized to your specifications. It is essential that the bleaching tray fits properly. A tight fit ensures that the whitening agent remains in contact with your teeth throughout the process. To bleach your teeth at home, you will need to fill each bleaching tray with a whitening gel provided by your dentist. Every day, you will be required to wear the mouthpiece for several hours. Many people acquire the level of whitening they desire within a week or two after starting the procedure. You may, however, be required to use the mouthpiece for up to four weeks or longer.
03. Things to note
Teeth can become sensitive after whitening procedures, which is common. If this occurs, you have a number of choices for reducing the discomfort. Apply anti-sensitivity toothpaste. Thistoothpaste is made with chemicals such as potassium nitrate to alleviate the pain associated with tooth sensitivity, and it is recommended to use an anti- sensitive toothpaste. Take a vacation from whitening for a while - give your teeth a rest and discontinue the use of any whitening products.