Dr. Kinga Kubieniec Dentistry Toronto

Teeth Whitening Toronto

Teeth Whitening Toronto

Teeth stains are all but inevitable. Whether caused by the aging process, wine, food or smoking, most people experience tooth discoloration at some point. Fortunately, you can take simple steps to prevent stains and you can erase them with professional teeth whitening at our Toronto dental office.

Professional Teeth Whitening in Toronto

Professional teeth whitening is the most commonly performed cosmetic dentistry procedure as it is much more effective, safer, more comfortable, and less aggravating than whitening with a store-bought kit. At Dr. Kinga Kubieniec Dentistry, we offer both in-office and take-home tooth whitening options.

In-office Teeth Whitening

Zoom! Laser Teeth Whitening is the safe and effective laser whitening treatment that our cosmetic dentists use for in-office teeth whitening. With Zoom!, we can lighten your teeth several shades over the course of just one office visit. In fact, in-office tooth whitening can often lighten teeth up to ten shades in one hour.

Take-home Teeth Whitening

Customized Take-Home Kits are available for patients who prefer to whiten their teeth in the comfort and privacy of their own homes. These kits come with customized application trays that hug the natural contours and grooves of your teeth, enabling consistent and complete whitening of the enamel.

Cost of Professional Teeth Whitening in Toronto

Teeth whitening treatment performed by dental professionals in the office can cost something in the ball-park of $600 to $1200. A take-home kit provides you with more affordability while still receiving guidance from dental professionals and may cost approximately $300 to $600.

How to prevent teeth from staining

The teeth whitening options at our Toronto dental office are designed to be long-lasting. However you can care for your teeth and maintain your results for much longer by:

  • Not smoking, chewing, or otherwise using products with nicotine
  • Reducing your intake of coffee, tea, and red wine
  • Drinking sodas and sports drinks through a straw
  • Reducing your intake of dark foods like berries and sauces
  • Washing away stain causers with foods that stimulate saliva production such as apples, strawberries, celery, carrots, and pears
  • Swishing water in your mouth after eating or drinking so that stain causers don't sit on your teeth