Ever wondered why your teeth aren’t as bright as they used to be? Tooth discoloration can happen due to various reasons like aging, diet, and certain foods and drinks that cause staining. Sometimes, medications and illnesses can lead to more severe discolorations.

Not to worry! After a personalized consultation, our expert team will diagnose the type and cause of your discoloration and provide a customized teeth whitening plan to bring back the radiance to your smile.

Our whitening treatment use specially designed trays, unique to you, crafted by our dental technician and fitted by our skilled team. We use a low-strength carbamide peroxide gel, ensuring safety and effectiveness when used at home following our easy instructions.

Some common causes and teeth whitening treatments are:

  1. Yellowing Enamel: The usual suspect! Often linked to diet and aging, yellowing enamel can be easily whitened at home in just 4-6 weeks.
  2. Fluorosis: Noticed white, yellow, orange, or brown stains on specific teeth? It might be fluorosis, caused by excessive fluoride during tooth formation. Treatable at home in 2-4 months.
  3. White Spots: Bright white spots on front teeth from infections or early childhood issues? Our home protocols can effectively treat them in 2-4 months.
  4. Tetracycline Staining: Antibiotic stains ranging from mild to severe. Our at-home treatment can yield desirable results in up to 6 months.
  5. Single Dark Tooth: Trauma can lead to significant discoloration. We determine tooth vitality and then carry out a customized home whitening process.
  6. Internal Bleaching: Root-filled front teeth getting darker? Internal bleaching can be performed to restore the tooth’s natural color.
  7. Microabrasion and Resin Infiltration (ICON): For those persistent white spots, we offer microabrasion and ICON treatments to fade and seal the spots, giving you that flawless finish.

Ready to reclaim your brighter, whiter smile? Contact us for a teeth whitening consultation today and let’s embark on this journey together!