Teeth Whitening

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Teeth whitening

Brighten your smile with LED Teeth whitening!

Tooth whitening can be a very effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface. In as little as 60 minutes you can have a beautiful brighter smile!

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Some of our customers results

See the results of our teeth whitening treatments.

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Frequently Asked Questions about LED Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening is a procedure designed to lighten the color of your teeth using a hydrogen peroxide gel. The whitening treatment involves using the gel to produce maximum whitening results in the shortest possible time. During the procedure the whitening gel will be applied to my teeth for two or three 20-minute sessions. In as little as 60 minutes you can have a beautiful brighter smile!
I understand this treatment cannot be used by pregnant or lactating women, people under the age of 14, people with gum disease, open cavities, leaky filings, or other dental conditions, or people with known allergy to peroxide and /or to aloe vera. People that have had braces removed should wait 6 months for cement residue to wear off before getting a teeth whitening treatment and people with a piercing or other metal objects in the oral cavity should remove them before the treatment as they may turn black. If I feel a sharp pain on a particular tooth during the treatment I should stop the treatment and contact my dentist since this could be a sign of an open cavity.
Most people do not experience any side effects however here are a couple of possible side effects: -Gum/Lip irritation:Whitening Gel that comes in contact with gum tissue or the lift during the treatment may cause inflammation or whitening of these areas. This is due to inadvertent exposure of small areas of those tissues to the Whitening Gel. The inflammation and /or whitening of gums and lips is transient and the color change of the gum tissue will reverse within 30 minutes. I may feel a stinging and tingling sensation on the soft tissues during the treatment if the gel comes in contact with them -Tooth Sensitivity is normal and is usually mild, but it can be worse in susceptible individuals. Usually, tooth sensitivity or pain following a whitening treatment subsides after a few days, but it may persist for longer periods of time in susceptible individuals. People with existing sensitivity, recession, exposed root surfaces, damaged or missing enamel, cracked teeth, cavities, leaking fillings, or other dental conditions that cause sensitivity may find that those conditions increase or prolong tooth sensitivity or pain after whitening treatment.
1) USE REMINERALIZING GEL- Seal and strengthen your teeth at the end of your teeth whitening session with a remineralizing gel. The remineralizing gel puts minerals (calcium, fluoride, and potassium) back into your teeth. This helps seal in results and block out stains. The longer you can leave the remi gel on the better. Having plenty of minerals in your diet (eating a healthy diet) may result in saliva with higher mineral content.

2) WAIT AT LEAST 1 HR TO BRUSH- Wait an hour after eating to brush your teeth. The ADA says to wait an hour after eating a meal or drinking an acidic or sugary beverage is that eating, and drinking can temporarily soften enamel. If you brush too soon, while your enamel is softened, the brushing can eventually wear away your enamel when repeated over time. The minerals in your saliva need time to harden enamel after eating or drinking acidic or sugary beverages. Since tooth bleaching has the same effect on teeth as drinking acidic beverages or eating a meal, we recommend that you wait at least an hour after teeth whitening to brush your teeth.

3) FOLLOW THE WHITE DIET- We recommend that you follow: "The White Diet”. It means eliminating all substances that stain your teeth for the first 48 hours after professional whitening. It also follows that minimizing their use/consumption will help your whitening last longer. Avoid Smoking. Drinks to avoid: OJ & Acidic Fruit Juices, Tea & Coffee, Red Wine, Energy Drinks, Stout or Dark Beer. Food To Avoid: Avoid foods with color. The more color, the more likely it can stain your teeth. Orange-Colored Fruits & Vegetables, Green Vegetables, Chocolate, Tomatoes & Red Sauces, Beets, Wheat Bread, Butter and Margarine.

4) AVOID ACIDIC FOODS & BEVERAGES- Acidic foods and beverages open up the pores of the tooth enamel allowing stains to more easily penetrate your teeth. Use a straw to help minimize the contact of these substances with your teeth.

5) AVOID EXTREMELY HOT OR COLD LIQUID- These are dangerous to your white smile because they change the temperature of your teeth. This temperature change (hot and cold cycling) causes teeth to expand and contract, allowing stains to penetrate your teeth. Try cutting down on these types of drinks (including coffee and tea) or try drinking them with a straw to reduce the amount of time they are in contact with your teeth.
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