Why choose to whiten?
As a hygienist, I use the highest quality and concentration of Teeth Whitening gel. All teeth whitening gels are FDA/Health Canada approved and made in both Canada and the US. Our gels are dentist-approved, enamel-safe, fast-acting, show maximum results & have minimal to no sensitivity. Most importantly, all teeth whitening sessions are completed by a registered dental hygienist.
Here are some common questions:
How is gum blanching prevented during the procedure?
A dental barrier is applied to the gums where the trays will be placed to ensure no damage or irritation to the gingiva occurs.
What concentration of bleach is used?
The whitening syringe gel is composed of hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide gel. The concentration is 30% bleach.
How long will the results last?
Results vary from patient to patient. Many external factors play a vital role in maintaining optimal results for a prolonged amount of time.
Factors that affect whitening are:
-Smoking/tobacco products

  • Red wine
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Poor Oral Hygiene
  • Staining Foods
    Ways to prevent Stain for long term optimal results:
  • Maintain daily good oral hygiene practices
  • Avoid staining foods and beverages
  • Avoid Tobacco products
  • Use whitening toothpaste
    Doe’s tooth sensitivity occur ?
    Sensitivity may occur based of the condition of the teeth. If gingival recession is present or wear of enamel, the teeth are more prone to react adversely to treatment.
    Each individual is accessed prior to treatment and it is then determined if an individual is a good candidate for Whitening services.
    Common things to consider prior to whitening:
    Whiting is based on your smile line. If anterior filling or crowns are present, it’s important to know fillings and crowns will NOT whiten during the procedure. Only natural teeth Whiten.