TEETH WHITENING

First appointment with us includes a thorough consultation prior to treatment $129

Subsequent treatments $99

This is a triple treatment, which will provide you with maximum results.

As Peroxide loses it's potency after 20 minutes, you will apply a fresh layer of gel 3 times during the session.

Each treatment pack is individually foil wrapped. 

We use the strongest & safest cool blue LED lamp for acceleration.

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Most natural teeth can benefit from a teeth-whitening treatment, everyone’s teeth are different and that results will vary. People with yellowish teeth generally get the best results and some teeth have spots due to tetracycline use (grayish tint) or fluorosis, these will be difficult to whiten.

Also, if you have artificial teeth, caps, crowns, veneers, porcelain, composite or other restorative materials, one shouldn’t expect dramatic results from this treatment because the peroxide gel will not whiten (or damage) artificial dental work.

Please be aware that your teeth will never be whiter than the white colour your genes naturally allow.

 

ELIGIBILITY: This treatment CANNOT be used by pregnant or lactating women, people under the age of 16, people with gum disease, open cavities, leaking fillings, or other dental conditions, or people with a known allergy to peroxide and/or to aloe vera.You must not currently be taking photoreactive drugs, if so you must consult with my physician about the use of an LED accelerator lamp with these treatments (Chlorthiazide, Hydrochlorothiazide, Chlorthalidone, Naprosyn, Oxaprozin, Nabumetone , Pirozicam, Doxycycline, Ciprfloxacin, Ofloxacin, Psoralens, Democlocyline, Norfloxacin, Sparfloxacin, Sulindac, Tetracycline, St. John’s Wart, Isotretinoin, Tretinoin).

People that have had braces removed should wait 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 you feel a sharp pain on a particular tooth during the treatment you should stop the treatment and contact a dentist since this could be a sign of an open cavity.

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