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Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening Questions

ARE YOU A CANDIDATE?

This procedure is not suitable for those with the following conditions:

  • Tooth and gum hypersensitivity. To avoid a hypersensitive reaction, your dentist is likely to recommend take-home bleaching trays with a low concentration of carbamide peroxide – which is not as potent as hydrogen peroxide.
  • Deep and intractable staining. Some stains are resistant to high-concentration in-office bleaches. In such cases, dentists may recommend a supervised regimen of intensive take-home bleaching or alternatives to peroxide bleaching such as bonding, crowns or veneers.
  • Teeth that have become transparent with age. This is particularly true of the front teeth, which are thin to begin with.


IS IT SAFE FOR ENAMEL?

Problems with enamel are associated with acidic and abrasive products. 


WILL MY TEETH BE SENSITIVE?

 A small percentage of people will have minor gum discomfort and or teeth sensitivity and this typically dissipates in less 3-5 days.


HOW LONG DOES IT LAST?

Typical results vary based on a number of factors including genetic traits and lifestyle. While no two people are the same everyone requires an aftercare program to maintain their smile.


HOW WHITE WILL MY TEETH GET?

A number of factors determine results including genetics and your starting shade. Almost all individuals depending on starting shade will see at least 2 to 8 shades.


HOW OFTEN CAN I WHITEN?

Initial whitening and maintenance all detailed in all of our products. 


HOW DO I MAINTAIN MY SMILE?

For the first hour drink only water. After in office whitening avoid staining foods for 24 hours.  Instructions will be given to you on types of foods and drinks to avoid.


Learn More

Before deciding whether teeth whitening is right for you, your dentist or hygienist will do a comprehensive examination of your teeth and gums to ensure proper health, as well as talk with you about your oral hygiene and lifestyle habits to determine if you will benefit from whitening. This will help you agree on the whitening product or technique that’s best for you

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Types of Whitening

ZOOM!

DRAMATICALLY WHITEN YOUR TEETH WITH ZOOM!

Teeth whitening is a safe and effective procedure if you want to lighten the shade of your teeth and restore them back to their natural colour. ZOOM Whitening is a procedure that can help you achieve the results you want.


How ZOOM Teeth Whitening works

ZOOM removes stains from inside the teeth, which helps to restore them back to their natural (white) colour. A special hydrogen peroxide gel that is activated by UV light is used to achieve this result. The treatment protocol consists of three 15 minute sessions and is completed in about two hour. Your teeth may be a little sensitive after the session, and for about 2-3 days you’ll have to stay away from foods that could potentially stain your teeth. After this initial period, you’ll be back to normal and your teeth will be significantly whiter.


Is ZOOM Whitening right for you?

It is possible for the teeth to lighten up quite dramatically, however everyone will experience a result unique to their own biology. In other words, the natural colour of your teeth may not be as white (or, may be whiter) compared to other people. The only way to know is to do the procedure and determine what your natural colour is.

Many people desire to have the whitest teeth they can possibly get, however know that teeth are not naturally as white as you may think. The shades of white that you see on the teeth of movie stars and actors are often achieved through the use of veneers. That said, having a cleaning before a whitening and undergoing a ZOOM procedure has produced the sort of results that most people are very happy with.


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TAKE HOME KITS

TREATMENT TIME

Zoom NiteWhite — Optimal results within one week 

• 10%, 16% (CP) overnight or four to six hours
• 22% (CP) one to two hours nightly

Zoom DayWhite — Optimal results within two weeks 

• 9.5% (HP) 30 minutes, twice daily
• 14% (HP) 15 minutes, twice daily

Expectations and Optimal 

Results vary by patient. Anatomy, age, tooth condition, hygiene and starting shade heavily impact results. You should have realistic expectations about the results.  Use the provided shade guide to record your starting and ending results.


Sensitivity

Some patients may experience increased tooth sensitivity. Symptoms should subside within one to three days. If sensitivity continues, try whitening every other day or ask your dentist for a lower-concentration gel.


Gingival Irritation

Trays that extend onto the gingiva (gums) may cause soft tissue irritation. If the trays extend over your gums, have your dentist trim them

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SPA DENT

Spa Dent is a global leader in the LED Light-Activated Dental products marketplace. They pioneered the introduction of Blue and Red LED light technology for in-office teeth whitening and introduced the first pre-filled in-office dual-arch whitening tray. 

Spa Dent was also the first in-office whitening product to incorporate Hydrogen Peroxide, Carbamide Peroxide and Xylitol in a teeth whitening gel. 

IS SPA DENT RIGHT FOR YOU?

It is possible for the teeth to lighten up quite dramatically, however everyone will experience a result unique to their own biology. In other words, the natural colour of your teeth may not be as white (or, may be whiter) compared to other people. The only way to know is to do the procedure and determine what your natural colour is.


HOW DOES SPA DENT WORK?

Spa Dent develops innovative tray designs, light technologies and product formulations to maximize oral health, simplify delivery, speed up the process for sensitivity free whitening. The treatment protocol consists of 20 minute session and is completed in about 45 minutes. Your teeth may be a little sensitive after the session, and for about 2-3 days you’ll have to stay away from foods that could potentially stain your teeth.  Our in-office products include at-home whitening gel ensuring maximum results and no fade back with the first whitening gel designed for brush on application. Spa Dent is PH neutral, has no silica and has Xylitol which neutralizes the bacteria that causes plaque.  Spa Dent allows your teeth to be as bright as possible.