Contact Info

  • Address

    29 Victoria Street, Ballarat
    East VIC 3350 Australia

  • Phone

    Phone : (03) 5332 3043

  • Email

    [email protected]

  • Website

    www.bakeryhilldental.com.au

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Teeth Whitening(In Office)

What Is Teeth Whitening?Teeth whitening refers to the process of bleaching your teeth to remove stains and discoloration. If you want to brighten your smile,professional teeth whitening is the way to go. It's a cost-effective and convenient process that takes less than an hour. Professional whitening is preferable to over-the-counter options since professional-grade whitening agents have a higher concentration of hydrogen peroxide, making the results more noticeable and long-lasting.
What Causes Tooth Stains And Discoloration?
 

 

The most common causes of tooth stains and discolorations are from food and beverages, including:

  • Coffee
  • Dark tea
  • Red wine
  • Mustard
  • Berries
  • Tomato sauce

Another common cause of tooth discoloration is the enamel of your teeth wears down over time, revealing the dentin, which is the yellowish layer beneath. Also the chewing of tobacco can lead to stains and discoloration.

How Does Teeth Whitening Work?

Teeth whitening is a quick, safe procedure in the office. It takes less than an hour and involves no downtime, so you can even make an appointment for a quick touch up to your smile during your lunch break.
The team at Bakery Hill Dental uses advanced whitening technology to brighten your smile. Light-powered technology helps speed up the whitening results.
Another option is using a take-home whitening kit to brighten your smile conveniently at home. In just a few weeks, you can experience similar results to that of in-office whitening. We will provide a schedule by the team at BHD Dental.

How Long Do Teeth Whitening Results Last?

Teeth whitening results should last one to two years, if not longer. The key to maintaining your whitening results is continuing to brush and floss diligently. Also, try to limit your intake of stain-causing foods and drinks.

If your smile needs a whitening touch up, schedule an in-office whitening or a consultation to learn more about take-home whitening kits by calling the office or requesting an appointment online.