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Teeth Whitening


  • Look up to 10 years younger.

    It doesn't matter whether you are in your 20's, your 40's, or your 70's. Yellowing teeth can make you look older and unhealthy. Whitening your teeth can help fix that.

  • Make them want to get closer.

    Whiter teeth can attract others and enhance your looks. Give yourself the gift of a great smile.

  • Look your very best in a while.

    Don’t stress yourself about looking your best at a social event. Treat yourself with set of whiter teeth and make happiness shine through your new you.

  • Stand out.

    Steer the score in your favor. Whether it’s a job interview or a professional setup, a pearly white smile can help you build credibility and trust.

  • Look clean and fresh.

    Give off that impression that you are meticulous about your health. Signal to others that you take good care of your body.

  • Look great for photos.

    Maybe it’s for your graduation, a job interview, or for that next profile photo. Whatever it is that your photo is getting taken for, teeth whitening can bring out your best smile.

  • No more shy smiles.

    A new image can build confidence and self-esteem. Overcome barriers you thought you couldn’t even come close to crossing before, you can’t help but smile!

Professional Teeth Whitening

Safety. Dentists are trained to whiten your teeth with little to no discomfort. Under the careful eyes of an expert, you can rest easy knowing that your teeth are in good hands.

Speed. In-office teeth whitening treatments take as fast as 3-4 visits to a dentist.

Especially for you. Not all whitening treatments are for everyone. Some require services tailored to suit special needs (e.g. for those with dentures, veneers, etc.). Our professionals can find just the right one for you!


Oral care beyond whitening. A beautiful smile goes beyond having white teeth. Teeth whitening isn’t the only procedure that can help boost your oral health and your appearance.

Professional care. Learning how to whiten your teeth yourself can be a hassle. No need to put yourself through that!  Just schedule an appointment with the experts in one of our clinics.


  • Is teeth whitening painful?

    Since teeth whitening is generally a non-surgical procedure, apart from the avoidable discomfort from increased tooth sensitivity that our dentists can address, the treatment should be painless.

  • Does teeth whitening have any side effects?

    With teeth whitening, we commonly hear complaints about increased tooth sensitivity. Good thing we perform all the necessary precautions and care in order to reduce or eliminate tooth sensitivity before, during, and after treatment!

  • But I have sensitive teeth/dentures/veneers/dental fillings! Can I still whiten my teeth?

    Schedule a consultation with us so we can see about that! That said, we’re positive that our professionals are capable and equipped with the expertise to handle your case and give you the whitening treatment that suits your unique oral care needs.

  • What types of teeth whitening procedures are there?

    There are at least 3: 1) In-office teeth whitening 2) At-home professionally-made teeth whitening dental trays, and 3) At-home whitening strips. To find out which type of treatment is most suitable for you, why don’t you book a consultation with us at one of our branches?

  • How quickly can I whiten my teeth?

    How quick largely depends on the whitening treatment you choose. Our in-office procedures may whiten your teeth by approximately 6-shades and take anywhere between 3 to 4 visits. On the other hand, using professionally-made at-home teeth whitening dental trays may take approximately 7 nightly applications to produce a 6-shade improvement in whiteness.

  • What should I do to make sure that my teeth stay white after the treatment?

    Choose to reduce your intake of drinks such as coffee, tea, juice and food such as blueberries, blackberries, sweets that may stain your teeth. Smoking may also yellow your teeth in the long term. If you are a smoker and you want to make sure your teeth stay white for much longer after a whitening treatment, this could finally be your reason to quit!

  • Why should I go to a dentist if I can whiten my teeth at home?

    We can do more than just whiten your teeth! Our professionals are trained to perform other cosmetic treatments to improve your smile and take care of other aspects of your oral health.