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(q): What is the cost of a treatment?
(a): 40 minute session is $130 (HST included)
(q): How long will it last?
(a): The whitening effects last 6-12 months, but less if you are a smoker and dependant on other factors, including your diet. You can safely whiten your teeth up to 3 times per year.
(q): Is the procedure painful?
(a): Some people may experience slight tooth sensitivity within the 24-48 hours after treatment although this is virtually eliminated with the use of our 'power swabs' prior to whitening. Sensitivity can also be relieved with our desensitizing gel or a market brand toothpaste.
(q): Will teeth whitening work on crowns or veneers?
(a): Cosmetic teeth whitening treatment cannot change the colour of new crowns, veneers or fillings
(q): How long does the process take?
(a): The procedure will take around 40 minutes.
(q): How old do you have to be to receive a teeth whitening treatment?
(a): Currently, the minimum age is 16 years old.
(q): Can I have this done if I am pregnant?
(a): While there are no known constraints for pregnant women, some may experience gum sensitivity. Pregnant women are encourage to defer this procedure until after pregnancy.
(q): How can i maintain my new white teeth?
(a): We recommend the following to maintain your new Smile:
  • Stay away from foods/drink that will stain a white t-shirt 24-48 hours after a treatment
  • Brush your teeth twice daily or after each meal and floss daily
  • Use a soft bristle toothbrush
  • Visit your dentist for regular cleanings and checkups. Every 6 month is recommended.
  • Do occasional touch-ups with our take-home products. These are professional formula products designed specifically to keep your teeth their brightest.
(q): What causes tooth discoloration?
(a): The most common cause include aging and consumption of staining substances such as coffee, tea, pops, tobacco, red wine, etc. During tooth formation, consumption of tetracycline, certain antibiotics or excessive fluoride may also cause tooth discoloration.
(q): Is whitening safe?
(a): Yes, extensive research and clinical studies indicate that teeth whitening is safe and that the active materials, Hydrogen Peroxide, have been used for many years with no indication of any harmful effects. In fact, Health Canada considers teeth whitening to be a cosmetic, and not a dental procedure, permitting non-dental persons with the appropriate training to legally conduct the procedure.
(q): Will my teeth resemble those of Hollywood stars after a teeth whitening treatment?
(a): Cosmetic teeth whitening has its limits of effectiveness and will not produce the pure white colour seen on celebrities. Well are celebrities simply genetically lucky? No, it means that they have often paid many thousands of dollars for Porcelain Veneers to straighten their teeth and make them lily white. Cosmetic teeth whitening generally makes a noticeable difference in whiteness and brightness of natural teeth, at a much lower cost than Veneers.