Teeth Whitening in Aurora, ON
Anyone with healthy gums and teeth can benefit from professional teeth whitening at Aurora Dentistry. Teeth whitening treatment at a dentist near you can eliminate tea, coffee, tobacco, wine and medication stains and leave you with a pleasing smile.
Teeth whitening treatments are safe and effective, and you will feel a new burst of self-confidence. Dentists use specialized whitening gels with a higher bleach concentration than over-the-counter products.
How Teeth Whitening Can Makeover Your Smile
Every patient has a unique teeth shade, and teeth bleaching can lighten your teeth colour by six to twelve times the original colour. During your consultation, Dr. Eric Rouah will evaluate your teeth thoroughly before starting treatment. Brown, yellow, uniformly darkened teeth and surface stains are the easiest to lighten.
Patients with heavily stained teeth may require multiple teeth whitening sessions to achieve the desired results. Our dentist in Aurora, ON offers in-office whitening as well as guidance about using in-home whitening kits.
Teeth whitening products do not damage the tooth enamel and can be used safely.
Procedure for Teeth Whitening at Aurora Dentistry
Teeth whitening treatment usually takes a maximum of 30 minutes for the best results. We will break down the total procedure into two 15-minute applications for maximum gel activation and light exposure. Excessive application or prolonged exposure to light may lead to gum irritation. Dr. Eric Rouah will place a rubber dam to protect the lips and soft tissue from dental bleach.
How Long Do the Effects of Teeth Whitening Last?
Teeth whitening treatments near you can last for more than a year if you avoid consuming staining foods and beverages. Patients should also refrain from smoking to prevent nicotine stains from spoiling the effects. You may need to repeat a teeth whitening treatment at Aurora Dentistry after a year or so.
Will Teeth Whitening Affect Veneers or Crowns?
Teeth whitening treatment in Aurora, ON only helps lighten the colour of natural teeth and does not affect any prosthetics. Patients prefer getting their teeth whitened to match the colour of their dental veneers or dental crown for an attractive, natural-looking smile.