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Who should whiten their teeth?
Everyone! While smokers and heavy wine drinkers may have darker stains, even people who live an extremely healthy lifestyle incorporate stain-causing foods and drink into their diets. Highly acidic food and beverages can erode tooth enamel, making your teeth more prone to stains. Darkly pigmented food and drinks don't just stain your tablecloths, they also stain your teeth. You'd be surprised to learn how many healthy foods can stain your teeth.
Coffee, tea or wine? Time to whiten!
Did you know?
Very common foods have been leaving stains on your teeth for years, every so slightly diminishing the brilliance of your smile. That cup of tea or coffee you enjoy every morning has been dulling your smile on a daily basis! Tobacco, red wine and soda are three notorious stain causers, but did you know certain extremely healthy foods can also leave their mark?! Blueberries, blackberries, pomegranates, and cherries are just a few healthy foods that can also stain your teeth.
Some common food & beverages that erode tooth enamel and/or stain teeth:*
Clear soft drinks
Dark (brown) soft drinks
Sports or energy drinks
Candy, sweets (especially if they stain your tongue)
*(from www.webMD.com and www.ADA.org)
How does the procedure work?
The Global Whitening System uses state of the art technology to produce effective results – guaranteed! The process involves a light-sensitive, hydrogen peroxide-based whitening gel and a safe, blue light. The light rays activate the photo ions in the whitening gel, which cause the hydrogen peroxide to breakdown into water and oxygen. The oxygen enters the tooth enamel and gets to work – clearing away discolorations and pigment stains, lightening the color of your tooth enamel and brightening your smile.
Is the Blue Light Safe?
Yes, the patented blue light has been tested and declared completely safe for use in teeth whitening treatments. The blue light is also called an LED diode, it belongs to the blue part of the visible spectrum (think ROY G. BIV), which means it's high-intensity without any harmful UV or IR rays. Technically speaking, it emits 440-520 nanometers of blue light rays per second, perfectly calibrated to activate the photo ions in the whitening gel. All parts of the procedure have been approved by the ADA (American Dental Association). However, people with gum disease or serious tooth decay and broken teeth should probably visit their dentist instead.
What should I expect?
First we will give you a mouthpiece that will form to the shape of your teeth. Next you will fill that mouthpiece with our amazing Global Whitening formula. Finally we will shine a safe blue light onto your mouthpiece, activating our special formula. This is where the magic happens and your smile starts to brighten. You can expect the process to take anywhere from 15-30 minutes.
What kind of Results Can I Expect?
Most people see dramatic results in their first session. Your teeth will look noticeably whiter - we guarantee it. You can expect your teeth to appear two to eight (2 - 8) shades lighter. Many people love the way they look so much that they come back in six months or so for another treatment to get their teeth even whiter! Click on our Before & After section to see the dramatic results from real Global Whitening customers.
Are there any side-effects?
You may feel a very slight tingling sensation during the process and afterwards your teeth may be slightly sensitive for a short while, maybe 30 – 60 minutes. It's also normal for your gum tissue to appear slightly lighter for the first few hours after treatment, but you probably won't notice any of those things, most people don't.
Don't you need to be a dentist to whiten teeth?
We always recommend that you see your dentist on a regular basis, but that's the only dental advice that we give. We are not dentists and we do not present ourselves as such. We are teeth-whitening professionals.