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South End Halifax Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening in South End Halifax

Enjoy a bright new smile! We provide professional teeth whitening treatments with easy-to-use at-home treatments and fast in-office treatments, so you can get the smile you want safely and quickly.

Teeth Whitening in South End Halifax

The Advantages of Profesional Teeth Whitening

Over time, our teeth become stained and lose their natural white shade. Professional teeth whitening can help reverse the effects of time and diet to give you a brighter, whiter smile. We provide both in office, and at- home teeth whitening options that are safe and effective to help you get the smile you want.

It is important to schedule an exam with your dentist to determine that your teeth are healthy and ready for whitening. Active dental decay or dental diseases should be addressed prior to whitening treatments, as they can affect the results of the whitening. Talk to your dentist to see if whitening is right for you.

At Home Whitening

at home whitening

Professional at-home whitening kits let you get a white smile on your schedule. Each kit contains a whitening gel and trays that you place over your teeth. Most patients get the desired results after two weeks of daily whitening treatment. Plus, you can adjust the amount of whitening you receive by changing the length of the treatment time.

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In-Office Whitening

in-office whitening

Get a brighter smile in just one appointment with in-office teeth whitening! Our chairside whitening treatment is safe, produces predictable results, and is safe for patients with sensitive teeth.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Professional teeth whitening is safe if it’s administered by a trained dental health professional.

Your teeth should stay white for a year. The actual time will depend on your diet and dental hygiene habits.

No. Teeth whitening treatments don’t work on dental restorations such as bridges, crowns, or fillings. Speak to your dentist about your whitening options if you have a crown or restoration.

Most professional whitening treatments are safe for patients with sensitive teeth. Talk to your dentist for advice on which treatments would work for you.

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