Teeth Whitening

Over time your teeth can become stained and discolored. In most situations, once your teeth have been stained and/or discolored, brushing alone cannot remove the stains or restore the whiteness of your teeth. Some of the most common causes of stained and discolored teeth include:

  • Certain medications

  • Smoking

  • Foods and beverages, such as coffee, tea, red wine

  • Aging

What You Can Expect

Clients can expect a brightened beautiful smile. Although the effects are brief and usually mild, you should be aware of these common side effects from whitening: Heightened sensitivity in teeth: After treatment, teeth should be expected to have increased sensitivity for a day or two. After teeth whitening treatment, you need to have attention to what you eat. Try to avoid foods or drinks that stain the teeth like colorful vegetables, fruits, sauces, and soft drinks. We recommend, going on a color diet, and, eating lots of pasta, rice, and dairy.

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Benefits

  • Non-Invasive and painless

  • Results after 1 use

  • No high dental costs

  • Can be used on sensitive teeth and gums

  • Gum barrier used

  • Personalized treatment