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Why should I get my teeth whitened?
Teeth whitening is one of the easiest ways to improve your appearance.  Studies have shown that people who have whiter teeth not only look younger than people who don’t, but there is a correlation between high self-esteem and a white, confident smile. Years of drinking coffee, tea, cola, red wine, and smoking eventually takes their toll on teeth. Our product and service is safe, simple, convenient, and more affordable than ever before.

How does the whitening process work?
Use whitening gel with / without LED light (this will increase the speed of the process).

Will I experience any sensitivity?
The majority of our clients experience absolutely no pain or sensitivity associated with our whitening process.  Whitening Bright teeth whitening procedure has been clinically proven safe for tooth enamel as well as skin, gums, and other soft tissues.

How long will my results last?
The effects of our whitening process typically last at least one year on average. The length of your newly achieved whiteness is also directly impacted by your personal habits. Once you’ve finished our twenty minute whitening session we strongly recommend purchasing out take home maintenance kit and our whitening on the go gel pen. This maintenance and follow up is especially important if you drink red wine, coffee, tea, or smoke on a regular basis.

What is the age requirement?
Teeth whitening is not recommended for children under the age of 16. At this age the teeth are still developing and the nerves are enlarged. Not recommended for pregnant woman either.

Can I use this process if I have bonding, bridges, crowns, or veneers?
Whitening Bright process is safe to your existing dental work. Although we can’t guarantee results of stain removal on bonding crowns and veneers our vast experience has shown that our process has removed staining that has occurred since the dental work was done.

What do I have to do immediately after I get whitened?
We recommend that for the first twenty four hours after your treatment you avoid coffee, tea, dark colored sodas, red wines, berries, dark sauces, chewing tobacco, and smoking.

How long do the teeth whitening effects last?
Teeth whitening is not permanent. People who expose their teeth to foods and beverages that cause staining may see the whiteness start to fade in as little as one month. Those who avoid foods and beverages that stain may be able to wait one year or longer before another whitening treatment or touch-up is needed.

Do teeth whiteners damage tooth enamel? Studies of teeth whitening products using 10% carbamide peroxide showed little to no effect on the hardness or mineral content of a tooth's enamel surface.

Do teeth whiteners damage existing dental restorations?
Over 10 years of clinical use of teeth whitening products containing 10% carbamide peroxide have not shown any damage to existing fillings. The issue is not "damage" to existing restorations; rather, keep in mind that existing restorations such as tooth-colored fillings, crowns, bonding, veneers, and bridges do not lighten. This means that any pre-existing dental work may need to be replaced to match the new tooth shade achieved in the natural teeth, should a bleaching process proceed.

Do teeth whiteners damage a tooth's nerve?
There's no evidence to date that the teeth whitening process has a harmful effect on the health of a tooth's nerve. One study reported that at both a 4.5- and 7-year follow up, no individual who used a teeth whitening system needed a root canal procedure on any teeth that had been whitened.