Teeth Whitening Near You

Getting and maintaining a bright smile is challenging when drinks like coffee and wine, various foods, and smoking can easily stain your teeth.

Various products will enhance your smile by bleaching the tooth, actually changing the tooth’s natural color, or by using a non-bleach substance that removes stains but maintains the tooth’s natural shade. A significant caution to some over-the-counter products is that their abrasion may actually damage your teeth. Also, the whitening process can increase tooth sensitivity or cause gum irritation for others.

Not everyone is a candidate for teeth whitening in Grande Prairie, so it is recommended that you see your dentist and follow their suggestions regarding the best way to illuminate your teeth. Depending on your case, they may advise purchasable products or customized treatments to ensure the best results for your smile.

Teeth Whitening Near You

What We Offer

Cobblestone Dental offers three methods of teeth whitening near you:

In-office whitening entails having your dentist apply a concentrated solution of a whitening agent to trays that are made for your teeth. This process, while costly, provides the longest lasting results (up to three months). Your dentist will work with you to identify the most appropriate shade of white. The treatment can be done in just one session.

Second, we can make custom trays that will fit over your unique smile and hold the bleach. This process will normally take just over a week to 6 weeks.

Third, our dentist near you, may also recommend Ultradent Opalescence Whitening Treatment, which involves applying bleach to trays and can illuminate your smile in 5-10 days.

Please book a consultation at our clinic to learn more about these cosmetic treatments and which one may be right for you.

Teeth Whitening in Grande Prairie

When Does Whitening Work?

The results of teeth whitening near you are most successful when the following apply:

  • The patient’s teeth have darkened due to age
  • Residue is left by dark drinks like coffee and tea or foods like berries and tomato sauces
  • A patient’s teeth have thick enamel
  • Stains have been caused by fluoridated water
  • Stains left behind by tobacco products
  • Stains as a result of taking certain medications

In contrast, teeth whitening in Grande Prairie may not be appropriate for patients who:

  • Have gum disease
  • Sensitive teeth
  • Thin or worn-down enamel
  • Tooth decay

Ready to Arrange an Appointment?

If you would like to see if you are a good candidate for whitening, please call us at (780) 833-8898  to schedule a consultation. Our staff members are here to assist you with all your dental endeavors.