Frequently Asked Questions
Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure that uses bleaching agents to lighten the colour of your teeth and remove stains and discolorations.
Teeth can become discoloured over time due to a variety of factors, including age, genetics, diet, and lifestyle habits such as smoking or drinking coffee or red wine.
There are several teeth whitening options available, including in-office professional teeth whitening, at-home teeth whitening kits, and over-the-counter whitening toothpastes and strips.
Teeth whitening is generally considered safe when performed by a dental professional or when using an approved at-home whitening kit according to the manufacturer's instructions. However, overuse or misuse of whitening products can lead to tooth sensitivity or damage to the enamel.
The length of time that teeth whitening results last can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of whitening treatment used and your diet and lifestyle habits. In general, the results of in-office professional teeth whitening can last up to two years, while at-home whitening treatments may need to be repeated every few months to maintain the results.
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