Tala Dental

Teeth Whitening

Because of smoking or consuming coloured foods and beverages, teeth tend to lose their shine over time. You can lighten your teeth and get rid of a variety of dental stains or discolorations by using whitening procedures. Being able to see results right away and significantly enhancing your appearance makes it one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedures.

What tooth whitening solutions do we offer?

If you are unhappy with the colour of your teeth, teeth whitening can offer the ideal answer. In order to maximize results and restore your teeth to their original dazzling white colour, we provide two separate procedures in one. Your teeth could become up to 10 times whiter than they were previously using in-office and at-home whitening methods together, and your dentist can provide advice on how effective the procedure is likely to be.

What happens during teeth whitening at the dentist?

Your dental professional will do in-home whitening after a consultation to determine whether your teeth are a good candidate for treatment. The teeth whitening gel is applied to your teeth during the process, and a barrier of protection is placed between your teeth and gums. A blue light that stays on the teeth for ten minutes activates the gel. The operation is then performed twice once the gel has been removed.

Our dentists can whiten your teeth in an hour using this fully risk-free, painless, and extremely effective teeth whitening method. From naturally white to Hollywood dazzling, we can help you get the level of tooth whitening you want.

Patients might suffer modest gum or tissue sensitivity or momentary tooth sensitivity, but nothing significant. A few weeks prior to starting, try brushing your teeth with a toothpaste made for sensitive teeth because some people experience increased tooth sensitivity following teeth whitening. Most of the time, that will go away three to four days after your therapy is through.

Always consult your dentist before starting any whitening procedure because conditions like acute tooth sensitivity and dental restorations might have an impact on both the timing of your whitening treatment and its final result.

Do you wish to have a whiter smile? You are welcome to make an online appointment request with our dental staff. We are pleased to answer any questions you may have about the whitening procedure, so please do so!