Teeth Whitening, Etobicoke

A gorgeous smile attracts attention! It is the most distinct feature of a person's face. Unfortunately, it is difficult to preserve the whiteness of our teeth without assistance. The good news is that Queen's Plate Dental provides professional teeth whitening services. Contact our Etobicoke dental office immediately to determine if you are a candidate for dental bleaching. Learn more about the options available for teeth whitening.

In our dental facility, teeth bleaching is administered by a trained professional. The procedure will effectively and safely enhance your smile. Furthermore, it is among the most cost-effective methods of improving one's appearance. In accordance with the whitening method employed, the outcomes may be quite dramatic. We provide both in-office and take-home dental whitening products.

Types of Teeth Whitening

  • Professional Teeth Whitening in-Office: This is a rapid and highly effective method of teeth whitening administered by a dentist or dental professional. It entails the application of a concentrated whitening substance to the teeth, followed by its activation by means of a laser or special light. One session of in-office whitening is typically sufficient to produce perceptible results.
  • Professional Whitening Kits for Take-Home: Dentists can offer customized take-home whitening kits that include trays that are molded to precisely suit your teeth. For several days to a few weeks, you will apply a professional-grade whitening gel to the trays and wear them for a predetermined amount of time, typically a few hours per day or overnight. This method provides adaptability and a gradual whitening process.
  • OTC Whitening Products: The over-the-counter whitening products consist of whitening toothpaste, whitening strips, moisturizers, and rinses. These products are available without a prescription. Although they are typically less effective than professional alternatives, over-the-counter products can ameliorate moderate discoloration to some degree. Obtaining results may be more time-consuming and less dramatic.
  • Natural and Charcoal-Based Teeth Whitening Products: Some individuals prefer teeth whitening products containing charcoal or natural ingredients. These include toothpaste or powder containing activated charcoal. Although these products claim to remove stains and impurities from the teeth, their efficacy is debatable, and they may not provide consistent or substantial results.
  • Toothpaste for Whitening: Whitening toothpaste is comprised of moderate abrasives and additional refining agents that aid in the elimination of surface discoloration. While they can aid in preserving the radiance of your teeth, they are typically less effective than other methods at removing significant stains.
  • Laser Teeth Whitening: Laser teeth whitening utilizes a laser to activate the whitening formula, potentially accelerating the process, similar to in-office professional whitening. It is essential to note, however, that the term "laser" can be deceptive, as the light emitted is frequently specialized light and not a conventional medical laser.
  • Rinses for Whitening: Whitening rinses are liquid solutions that are swished briefly in the mouth. They typically contain a trace quantity of hydrogen peroxide to aid in the progressive whitening of teeth.