Laser Teeth Whitening

Laser Teeth Whitening

If you want your smile to be awesome, try teeth whitening treatments. Teeth discoloration happens mainly because of the following:

• Using tobacco
• Aging
• Consuming certain foods like coffee and tea
• Mouth injuries
• Chemotherapy and antihistamines

Laser teeth whitening effectively reduces teeth discoloration. It uses stronger chemicals than those available in other treatments, is more effective, and yields faster results than home treatments.

Laser teeth whitening is a bleaching procedure using a bleaching gel and a laser. It is designed to brighten and whiten your teeth. First, a bleaching gel is applied to your teeth, then a laser is directed onto your teeth which heats the gel. Finally, the laser activates the gel’s whitening properties and alters stain molecules on the teeth.

Laser teeth whitening is non-invasive and has few side effects, and you will need several treatments to gain your wanted results. After teeth whitening, to maintain your results try the following:

• Limiting or avoiding tobacco use
• Limiting or avoiding coffee or red wine that stains teeth
• Reducing the risk of mouth injuries

The Skintrinsiq system gives you a relaxing, spa-like facial experience that jumpstarts your skincare programs. Skintrinsiq is a great facial treatment for those who are experiencing:

The Skintrinsiq system uses pneumatic technology to provide pressure at different levels of the treatment. The Skintrinsiq device first extracts to dislodge build-up debris and impurities from the skin’s surface. Then the treatment infuses Obagi products into the skin. The Skintrinsiq also can integrate blue and red-light therapy into the treatment. The light treatments lock the product into the skin to continue working long after the facial.


No. There is no pain with laser teeth whitening.

How long can laser teeth whitening effects last?

Possible side effects include:

• Tooth sensitivity
• Gum irritation
• Damage to tooth pulp or mouth tissues
• Loss of fluoride and minerals in the teeth
• Increased risk of tooth decay or erosion


• If you are currently completing orthodontic treatments
• Have tetracycline stains on teeth
• Have a mouth injury
• Taking analgesic, anti-inflammatory, or antibiotic medications
• Have weak enamel


Unfortunately, no. Laser teeth bleaching does not work on implants, dentures, or crowns.

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