Whether you are suitable for teeth whitening depends on a number of factors, including your age, overall health, and the condition of your teeth. In general, most people are good candidates for teeth whitening, but there are some exceptions.
If you are considering teeth whitening, you should schedule a consultation with our dentist. We will be able to assess your suitability for teeth whitening and recommend the best treatment option for you.
90 minutes wear time per day
Our fast-acting, 6% hydrogen peroxide is designed for people that want maximum results with minimum wear time. This will give you a whiter, brighter smile with just 90 minutes of daily use.
Let the magic happen while you sleep. Our 10% carbamide is for those with sensitive teeth. It takes a little longer to work than the 16% carbamide, but either way, you’ll wake up smiling.
This is a powerful overnight formula and our most popular product. The 16% carbamide gel is tough on stains, but gentle on teeth. You will see results within a few days.
Whitening your teeth is a highly safe and successful procedure, but it often leaves patients with sensitive teeth. Even while this sensitivity will only last for a short time, it may nonetheless give you some discomfort in the days after your treatment which is normal.
It’s important to wash your teeth before using any teeth-whitening product. This is done to guarantee that any plaque (the sticky coating on the teeth’s surface) is removed and that the whitening ingredient in the strips or gel comes into the closest contact with the teeth.
Teeth whitening can last for roughly a year following treatment, however, this time frame may be cut short by poor oral hygiene and other bad habits.
Patients with dental decay, worn enamel, gum inflammation, periodontitis, and other gum illnesses, as well as strong drinkers and smokers, are not good candidates for teeth whitening. It’s always best to have a consultation so we can determine your suitability.
Gel-like solutions containing hydrogen peroxide are often administered to the enamel of the teeth during professional teeth whitening procedures. It is administered for between 30 minutes and 60 minutes.