Teeth Whitening Mississauga
Are unhappy with your smile because of dull and discoloured teeth?
Are your teeth stained from habitual coffee drinking, smoking or red wine?
Are you happy to excited to show off your pearly whites in selfies and other photos?
If the answer is 'NO' to any of these questions, tooth whitening may be right for you. People who are dissatisfied with their teeth are less likely to smile and as a result and often appear unhappy or moody.
Our office is committed to providing every patient with a bright and brilliant smile that can completely transform not only their appearance but their disposition.
The stained and discoloured teeth can be caused by a number of factors including the types of food and beverages consumed, smoking habits, age, injury, and medications. Years of drinking wine, coffee and soda can often result in stained teeth. The tooth whitening process can help you regain a brighter and whiter smile. Even teeth that are yellow due to smoking can be whitened by this process.
Our offices uses SPADENT Whitening which is a quick and painless in-office whitening system that provides sensational results, in some cases teeth that are up to eight shades whiter!
Why Choose Spadent?
Spadent treatments take just one hour to complete, and your results are visible immediately and in fact will continue to brighten over the next couple of weeks!
There is virtually no sensitivity with Spa Dent. A small percentage of people will have minor gum discomfort and this typically dissipates in less than 10 minutes.
Problems with enamel are associated with acidic and abrasive products. Spa Dent is PH neutral, has no silica and has Xylitol which neutralizes the bacteria that causes plaque.
Many people choose Spadent Teeth Whitening because it is able to visibly whiten your teeth up to eight shades in just one visit!
Maintenance of Your Smile
For the first hour drink only water and then avoid staining foods for 24 hours. After your whitening procedure, in order to maintain longest-lasting results, you should make sure that you:
- Brush and floss regularly
- Visit the dentist regularly
- Avoid stain-causing foods, such as coffee, red wine and dark colas.