Many people have desire to whiten their teeth in a safe manner. We are offering you the latest in bleaching technology - one session office bleaching "Luma-arch". We help you to get the result that will fulfill your expectations for appearance, confidence and security, having your "Hollywood smile" in just one hour. With the lastest technology, laser tooth whitening is now available whereby anyone is able to go beyond your natural tooth-color.
There are several factors that you might want to consider when deciding on doing laser tooth whitening. Normal conventional bleaching solutions can cause tooth sensitivity thus discomfort, especially during the earliest period of the bleaching treatment. With laser tooth whitening, post-procedure sensitivity is reduced. Patients can reduce tooth sensitivity by avoiding citrus fruits and acidic drinks for the duration of the treatment. An improperly-fitted mouthguard or gel that has come in contact with the gums may lead to soft tissue irritation if patient use home blenching. No mouthguards are used in laser tooth whitening.
Several studies, during the past five years, have proven bleaching to be safe and effective. Some patients may experience slight gum irritation or tooth sensitivity, which will resolve when the treatment ends.
After examination by your dentist, your teeth will be cleaned. The teeth will be applied with a bleaching gel. The laser will be used to activate the gel then the gel releases oxygen that bleaches teeth discolorations in a gentle way, less heat and less sensitivity to the teeth.
No. Always consult your dentist. Certain groups of people such as infants, pregnant women and nursing mothers must not be treated. Your dentist will advise you as to whether laser tooth whitening is suitable for you.
The laser tooth whitening should be finished within one hour.
Lightness should last from one to five years, depending on your personal habits such as smoking and drinking coffee and tea. At this point you may choose to get a touch up. A touchup is generally not very expensive as one can use the original mouth guard and it may take only 1 or 2 sessions at home.
Yes. Your dentist can examine and work out the right dosage and treatment schedule. Advise from the practice team helps to avoid side effects and to control the results of the treatment.