If you have noticed that your teeth just aren’t as white as they used to be, you are not alone. Teeth whitening is an effective and non-invasive method for restoring the brightness of your smile.
What causes tooth discolouration?
Aging, accidents, and beverages such as tea, coffee and red wine can over time dull the appearance of your natural white enamel, resulting in a smile that is less white than it used to be.
Why is a professional dental whitening system better than another solution?
Some causes of tooth discolouration do not respond well to certain teeth whitening approaches. In order to achieve the desired results, it is important to consult with a dentist prior to beginning a tooth whitening regime.
What is Britesmile®?
Britesmile® is an in-office whitening system that allows us to whiten your teeth up to eight shades in one hour.
How does Britesmile® work?
Britesmile® is a three step process. First, the Britesmile® whitening gel is applied to your teeth. Next the Britesmile® patented gentle blue light is applied to your teeth for twenty minutes.
During this time you will not feel discomfort. In fact, you will be able to watch TV or read to pass the time. We will repeat this process two additional times during your appointment. The result is a dazzlingly brighter smile.
How does the take-home whitening system work?
Our professional take-home systems for teeth whitening offer very safe and cost-effective bleaching procedures that swiftly restore the appearance of your teeth, resulting in a smile that is beautiful, natural and above all, whiter.
There are several different options for take-home whitening, including day or night customized systems and professional whitening strips. Our experienced team will be pleased to help you select the whitening system that is right for you.
Are there any side effects with take-home whitening?
During whitening, some tooth sensitivity and irritation to the soft tissues can occur. However, these effects are temporary and should soon resolve.
Our team would be pleased to discuss with you any concerns or discomfort that might arise during treatment.