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Teeth Whitening


Professional teeth whitening is the most commonly performed cosmetic dentistry procedure at Carvolth Dentistry in Langley

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Yellow Teeth Are Optional

A Word from Dr. Amaan on Teeth Whitening

As a dentist, I can assure you that teeth whitening is a safe and effective way to enhance your smile when performed correctly. Professional treatments provide the best results, with in-office procedures offering rapid improvements and custom at-home kits ensuring convenience. It's essential to manage expectations, as whitening may not be suitable for all types of discoloration, particularly those from dental restorations or certain medications. Some temporary sensitivity or gum irritation is common, but these effects are manageable. Maintaining good oral hygiene and avoiding foods and drinks that cause stains will help preserve your brightened smile. Always consult with a dental professional to determine the best whitening option for your needs.

How it Works


Teeth Cleaning 

First, your dentist will clean your teeth to remove plaque and food particles that could affect the whitening process. They'll also examine your teeth for issues like decay or gum disease that bleaching could aggravate. If significant problems are found, you may need to address them before undergoing cosmetic whitening.


Retraction & protection

Dentist will provide you with a lip retractor to separate your lips from your teeth and  apply a protective gel to the gums to defend them from the whitening chemicals. 

Lean back in our chair, watch Netflix and enjoy 45 minutes of teeth whitening.  sedation.


Teeth Whitening

A separate whitening gel is applied directly to the teeth. Because of its high concentration of hydrogen peroxide, the gel will spur oxidation, a process which will help eliminate the staining on the teeth. 

Learn More     Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic dental procedure that lightens teeth and removes stains. Options include in-office treatments, at-home kits from dentists, and over-the-counter products like strips and gels. In-office treatments offer fast, dramatic results, while at-home options provide convenience. Common side effects are temporary sensitivity and gum irritation. Whitening isn't effective on dental restorations and may not work on all discolorations. Maintaining results involves good oral hygiene and avoiding stain-causing substances. Consulting a dentist ensures the best approach and management of any side effects. Overall, teeth whitening enhances smile appearance and boosts confidence.

Bringing back your confident smile.

Benefits of        Teeth Whitening 

  • Enhanced Appearance: Whitening your teeth can significantly improve your smile, making you look younger and more attractive.

  • Boosted Confidence: A brighter smile can boost your self-esteem and confidence, encouraging you to smile more often.

  • Improved Oral Hygiene: People who invest in teeth whitening often become more diligent about their oral hygiene, maintaining the results longer.

  • Non-Invasive Treatment: Teeth whitening is a non-invasive procedure compared to other cosmetic dental treatments, making it a convenient option.

  • Quick Results: Professional teeth whitening can provide noticeable results in just one session.

  • Customizable Options: There are various whitening options available, including in-office treatments and take-home kits, allowing you to choose what suits you best.

  • Safe and Effective: When done professionally, teeth whitening is a safe and effective way to brighten your smile without damaging your teeth or gums.

  • Stain Removal: Whitening treatments can effectively remove common stains caused by coffee, tea, wine, tobacco, and certain foods.

Let Us Brighten
Your Smile

Ready to experience the difference at Carvolth Dentistry? Schedule your appointment with us today and start your journey towards a healthier, brighter smile!



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