What Would People Most Like To Change About Their Smiles?
They want whiter teeth.
Teeth whitening is the fastest and easiest way to restore your natural smile and make you feel more confident as you go about your daily life. It is a safe and effective way to get your teeth looking brighter and healthier. Having your teeth whitened with the care and guidance of professionals is the surest way to see the results you’re looking for and will result in a noticeably brighter smile in as little as one visit.
The staff at this place is very professional. I dealt with Dr. Kyle and his hygienist crew. They took the time to explain me all the procedure before and during the treatment. They gonna make you feel during all your appointment that you are in good hands. The Lady at the desk receiver is also very kind and supportive, she’s gonna offer all your financials options in a very easy way and gonna try to apply for what is best for you. I engaged all my family in the service and I recommend this place.
The front office staff, dental assistants and hygienists at Dr. Cichon’s office are all top notch. They are professional, caring and friendly. And Dr. Cichon himself is one of the best dentists I have ever met. He took the time to explain the procedure I was having, what was going to happen and what to expect. His chair-side manner is kind and caring. I would gladly recommend Dr. Cichon and his team to anyone looking for a new dentist in south Calgary. Lovely people who care!
Thank to Southport Dental Team. I appreciate all efforts especially in times of COVID-19. I’m sure it’s stressful. Everything runs like a well oiled machine. From the front desk to the hygienist Brookelyn. She is professional, fun, adds humour to ease my anxiety. Thank you Brookelyn. You are special and great in your field. Thank you for not killing me with mouth pain Dr. Dave and Dr.Kyle. I’ve had dental anxiety since childhood due to not a very nice dentist. I’m comfortable and in good spirits when I’m in the chair. Thank you. Happy Thanks…
Why choose professional teeth whitening?
We’re all different—our age, lifestyle, diet, medications and more all affect our teeth and gums. A whitening product that works for one person may not work for you. Worse yet, some store-bought products can damage your gums.
Our professional teeth-whitening gives you these distinct advantages over off-the-shelf products:
Based on Your Needs: When you come see us for teeth whitening, we find out what troubles you about the appearance of your teeth, what you hope to achieve from the procedure and your expectations. Then, after thoroughly examining your teeth and gums, we recommend the best whitening procedure for you based on the results you’d like and your oral health.
Performed by Experts: Our dentists are specifically trained in teeth whitening products and techniques. They know exactly how to perform the procedure and follow all safety protocols during it for your protection.
Dramatic Improvement: We use a prescription-strength bleaching solution to whiten your teeth. This solution contains the most powerful whitening agents on the market.
But only a qualified dentist can evaluate the safest, most effective whitening procedure for you. Give us a call!
At-Home Whitening Kits
For patients who prefer to whiten their teeth on their own schedule and in the comfort of their own homes, we offer customized take-home whitening kits.
Unlike store-bought kits, our at-home whitening kits gradually lighten enamel over the course of three to four weeks and include:
- Medical-strength whitening gel: The whitening power of our at-home kits is far greater than any store-bought product you might find.
- Customized dental trays for best results: instead of the one-size-fits-all dental trays found in store-bought kits, our application trays are custom-made based on models of your actual teeth. They’re designed to hug the natural contours and grooves of your teeth, enabling consistent and complete whitening of the enamel.
- Expert dental guidance: Our dentist will advise you on how to use the at-home kit safely and effectively to get the results you want.
Try our at-home whitening kits for near-professional results.
When to whiten?
As our dentists will tell you, teeth whitening will not change the appearance of crowns, bridges, veneers and fillings. Therefore, we recommend whitening first when crowns, fillings or veneers will be needed in the not-too-distant future. Our dentists can then match the color of later dental work to your whitened teeth.
Professional teeth whitening can remove stains and discoloration from the tooth surface and the area deep within in.
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Why Teeth Become Stained or Discolored?
Surface Stains: Our teeth are protected by a layer of enamel composed primarily of minerals. Tooth enamel is so strong, it’s the hardest substance in your body.
But tooth enamel is also porous meaning it contains tiny holes which absorb substances that stain your teeth, including:
- Dark-colored beverages including tea, coffee, wine, colas and fruit juices.
- Dark-colored sauces such as tomato and soy sauce.
- Sugary beverages and foods.
- Brightly colored fruit such as berries, cherries and pomegranates.
- Tobacco products.
- Poor nutrition and oral hygiene can also discolor your teeth.
Deep Stains: Tooth discoloration also occurs in the inner portion of a tooth, the layer just below the enamel. This tooth layer is naturally yellow or gray in color. As a person ages, the enamel wears away and the underlying color shows through, making teeth appear dull or dingy. Medications, illness and injury can also discolor the inner portion of your teeth.
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to schedule an initial consultation & exam.
Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.
Cost Of Teeth Whitening In Calgary
A take-home kit provides you with more affordability while still receiving guidance from dental professionals and may cost approximately $300 to $600.
- Under the care and guidance of professionals, we are able to dispense whitening agents which are more effective than the drugstore brand.
- Noticeably whiter teeth in weeks, not months.
- Custom-made trays are easy to apply, reduce the risk of gum irritation and result in an even application of the whitening agent.
If you have further questions or concerns or if you’re looking for a more accurate quote give us a call or request an appointment today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why are my teeth yellow even though I brush them?
Plaque forms when bacteria from food and drink particles aren’t cleaned properly from your teeth. Over time, plaque hardens to form tartar, which can only be removed by a dentist or hygienist. This yellow coating can form on or around your teeth if you don’t brush often enough or thoroughly enough.
Is teeth whitening safe?
While teeth whitening is considered safe, you may experience some teeth sensitivity. You may experience this on your first or second treatment, and it may diminish with time. It is important to always carefully follow the instructions that come with your take-home kit or with over-the-counter products.
Will whitening affect my veneers or fillings?
Is teeth whitening covered by insurance?
Teeth whitening is not often covered by insurance. Call your insurance provider to find out if they cover you. We can provide an estimate for you to submit to your provider.
What should I avoid to keep my teeth white longer?
After a teeth whitening treatment try to avoid any foods or drinks that would leave a stain on a white shirt. Any dark staining drinks like Tea, Coffee, Red Wine, coloured soft or alcoholic drinks and fruit juice and any foods like tomato sauce, curry, soy sauce, red meat, chocolate and all fruit except bananas.
How long does teeth whitening last?
Depending on the type of teeth whitening and how well you maintain your teeth, whitening can last for anywhere from 6 months to up to 3 years.