Teeth whitening clinics in Toronto | richmond hill | mississauga | markham
Advanced White teeth whitening uses state-of-the-art LED blue light technology in combination with the highest quality professional grade whitening agents to remove surface and/or subsurface stains from eating, drinking and smoking that leaves stains on or in the tooth enamel. The LED light technology does not produce heat, but produces a blue light that triggers the whitening agents to enter the tooth enamel and lifts the stains. Blue light is within the ultraviolet spectrum, like the light emitted by the sun. Studies show that blue light is an excellent activation agent for hydrogen peroxide, the cleaning agent in our tooth whitening system, giving your teeth a deeper clean in less time. We include 4 back-to-back sessions, for a brighter whiter smile in just 1 hour.
5 Teeth Whitening Clinics in GTA
Teeth Whitening Toronto
600 Sherbourne St #609, Toronto
Teeth Whitening Markham
Teeth Whitening Brampton
Teeth Whitening Richmond Hill
9140 Leslie St #301, Richmond Hill
Teeth Whitening Mississauga
Teeth Whitening Results
Spa and salon owners, dentists, and customers all rave about the results of this teeth whitening treatment. We invite you to try our treatment and compare it with the competition. We are very confident you will recommend your family and friends once you see the results for yourself. Fast, effective, safe and affordable. Why not give yourself a treat and give yourself a confidence boast. Your smile is the first thing people notice about you, why not make it the best it can be. Our blue LED light technology is very safe and cannot burn your skin or gums. The light activates chemical compounds in the whitening agents. The most popular and best gel to whiten teeth is hydrogen peroxide (H202) because it’s highly effective and safe even for sensitive teeth. By combining the highest allowable hydrogen peroxide in our teeth whitening agents with blue LED light technology, you will see great results.
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Our teeth whitening treatment uses professional grade whitening agents combined with laser LED blue light technology to give you the brightest whitest teeth possible. Store purchased whitening strips, toothpastes and gels use a lower concentration of whitening agents which does not effectively brighten your teeth the same way as our treatment.
Our professional teeth whitening treatment combines laser light and whitening agents to remove surface and/or subsurface stains from eating, drinking and smoking that leaves stains on or in the tooth enamel. The LED light technology does not produce heat, but produces a blue light that triggers the whitening agents to enter the tooth enamel and lifts the stains.
Blue light is within the ultraviolet spectrum, like the light emitted by the sun. Studies show that blue light is an excellent activation agent for hydrogen peroxide, the cleaning agent in our tooth whitening system, giving your teeth a deeper clean in less time.
The Advanced White System takes one full hour. We will do three or four applications of 10-15 minutes each, so just one hour to achieve your bright white smile.
A good home whitening kit will usually have an MSRP of over $100. Laser teeth whitening by a non-dental professional will typically cost from $100-$300 and to have your teeth whitened at the dentist usually costs from $300 to $600 or more, depending on how much is included in the package.
Our most popular and best value for the brightest smile. The Advanced White Treatment will provide maximum whitening and will be achieved with our full 60-minute treatment (4 back-to-back 10 minute treatments). Our professional grade advanced whitening gels and cool blue LED lights are used to give to a refreshed brighter smile. Most clients will see a 4 to 8 shade improvement. Our current special for teeth whitening is $159.
Your white smile will typically last 3 to 6 months. This depends entirely upon your own tooth enamel and your eating, drinking and smoking habits. It is safe to come back sooner, plus once you become a client, your future treatments for the year are just $99.
Most of our client experience absolutely no sensitivity with our treatment. Less than 5% of our clients may experience some sensitivity or gum irritation. People with tiny cracks in their tooth enamel, any stage of dental carries, or very thin or porous enamel might experience tooth sensitivity from peroxide-based whitening gels. If you have gum disease or any open sores, we don’t recommend doing the treatment.
The majority of our patients achieve excellent results after the teeth whitening treatment. On average 4-8 shades whiter for most patients. The degree of whiteness depends on many factors, such as your age, your teeth, (whether your stains are more extrinsic, surface stains, or more intrinsic, internal stains, and genetics.
Check out our current promotions here. If you plan to come more than once a year then we recommend getting our membership plan which allows you to get your treatment for only $99 ($107 with pre-white). On Sundays at our downtown location, we have a special promotion for only $149.
We are happy to introduce PRE-WHITENING SWABS® in conjunction with your teeth whitening treatment.
PRE-WHITENING SWABS® are developed around sound scientific principles.
The Science of PRE-WHITENING Swabs
Typical beaching gels are too thick to penetrate rapidly into the tiny spaces around enamel rods. This is why so many people spend hours applying typical bleaching products and never achieving the results they really should. This very long contact time is also the major reason for tooth sensitivity that results from the procedure.
The formula used in PRE-WHITENING Swabs® is made of an extremely thin liquid that is thickened with air and foam. As the foam collapses back into a thin liquid, it penetrates very rapidly into enamel for FAR FASTER results There is no need for trays or strips to hold the product in place. All that is needed is that you apply Power Swabs onto teeth for about one minute for each step.
Power Swabs FACT™ Technology is the first teeth whitening technology to utilize the Laws of Mass Action Cleaning (FACT™ Technology ).
FACT™ Technology applies all 8 factors to the problem of cleaning and whitening teeth. All factors must be at “equilibrium” in order to optimize the cleaning and whitening of any surface, be it teeth or be it clothing. In fact, just like laundry pre-treaters, the PRE WHITENING Swabs® contain all eight classifications of ingredients, not just one or two found in other teeth bleaching systems.
This all-inclusive approach is the basis for FACT Technology™ and ultimately results in Sparkling Cleaned™ whiter teeth.
Maximizes the brightening and whitening effects of PRE-WHITENING Swabs® In human anatomy, human eyes view what should be “absolute white” as being slightly yellow. Since blue is the complimentary color to yellow, the special blue tint helps teeth appear whiter and brighter.Our patented formulation also absorbs ultraviolet light while emitting a white light reflection.
World’s Leading Teeth Whitening Authority
practices on Park Avenue in New York City, the aesthetic dentistry capital of the world. He graduated with highest honors from Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Dentistry in 1980, and completed a GP residency at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.
Following his residency Dr. Giniger went on to earn a prestigious specialty certificate in Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine. He is considered to be the world’s leading authority in the formulation of over-the-counter dental products and teeth whitening preparations.
Dr. Giniger has 21 years of experience working for oral care companies and 25 years working as a dentist. He has a special interest in “rapid penetrating” and “effervescent foaming” oral care products and has published several manuscripts relating to this topic.
He has worked full time for many oral care and dental products companies. Of note, he has worked full time for Colgate-Palmolive Company, the world’s largest consumer oral care company. He has also worked, or consulted for Go Smile, Procter & Gamble, Church & Dwight, BriteSmile, Discus Dental and many others. Over the years Dr. Giniger has helped to develop many new oral care and dental products for commercial sale and they have sold more than $10 billion dollars in aggregate for the companies he developed them for. He also currently performs contract clinical research for the world’s largest companies.
Dr. Giniger is the recipient of many awards and accolades including the prestigious NIH Physician-Scientist Award and many other scientific grants. He was also the recipient of the Lester Burkett Award from the Academy of Oral Medicine for excellence in that sub-specialty of dentistry and has been awarded membership in the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society and fellowship in the the International College of Dentistry.
Moreover, Dr. Martin Giniger has been employed by the United States of America Federal Trade Commission to serve as lead expert witness in all oral care and dental related litigation, In this capacity, Dr. Giniger along with a team of Attorneys from the US Justice Department, won a landmark verdict in June, 2011 in the matter of the United States of America versus the North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners.
Dr. Giniger’s academic positions have included Professor of Physiology at the Louisiana State University School of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Oral Medicine at the Louisiana State University School of Dental Medicine, Director of the Medical Blood Chemistry Laboratory at Louisiana State University School of Dental Medicine, Clinical Scholar at the University of Connecticut, Director of the Division of Diagnostic Sciences at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and Director of the Department of Community Services at UMDNJ-New Jersey Dental School.
Dr. Giniger has authored numerous articles and is frequently interviewed by dental journals and consumer magazines; has appeared numerous times on the covers of several widely-read dental journals in the USA and has appear as a guest commentator on many local television news stations.