How does The Tooth Fairy’s Cosmetic Teeth Whitening System Work?
The Tooth Fairy’s revolutionary whitening system uses a combination of patented LED light technology in conjunction with a proprietary wavelength specific whitening solution to safely and effectively whiten teeth. Years of intrinsic staining and discoloration can be reversed comfortably and quickly without harming any existing dental work. All of our gels have been registered with Heath Canada and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and our LED lights are CE Approved.
Is Cosmetic Teeth Whitening safe?
Absolutely! Extensive research and clinical studies indicate that teeth whitening is safe. For a full review, you can visit Health Canada’s website at: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hl-vs/iyh-vsv/life-vie/teeth-dents-eng.php.
Is this procedure done by a dentist?
The dental teeth whitening industry has been around for decades. Cosmetic teeth whitening is performed outside of a dental office. The Tooth Fairy provides a self-administered application for whitening the teeth that is safe, affordable and effective. Our business utilizes state-of-the-art technology that has revolutionized the science of teeth whitening.
Services by a Registered Dental Hygienist
We also offer a package deal to have your teeth cleaned, assessed and whitened by an Independent Registered Dental Hygienist. You can schedule an appointment on-line or simply give us a call. We will contact you to confirm your appointment.
Can all teeth be whitened?
While our gels will have no negative effect on caps, veneers, crowns, fillings or dentures, these materials will not whiten in any type of whitening procedure because they are not porous. In other words, the whitening gel will not be able to work their way through the tooth to break the stains apart. Having said this, our gels are effective in removing surface stains from artificial teeth. Ask your dentist if whitening is appropriate if your stains are caused by antibiotics or other medications.
Are there any side effects?
Most people with healthy teeth and gums will experience no discomfort during the process.
How long before I can eat or drink after my treatment?
For best results, we recommend avoiding any food or drinks (except water) for a minimum of two hours after having your teeth whitened. For a minimum of 24 hours thereafter, avoid smoking and staining foods and drinks such as coffee, tea, carbonated drinks, citric acid, red wines, berries, candy, red sauces, beets, or any foods that have the propensity to stain. A good rule of thumb is that if it will stain a white shirt, it will stain your teeth.
How long do results last?
Individual results will vary depending on the client’s habits, their unique dental make-up, age and genetics. With periodic touch-up applications, your whiter, brighter smile can last a long time.
Who should NOT undergo teeth whitening?
- If you are under the age of 14.
- If you have allergies or reactions to carbamide, hydrogen peroxide or glycerin.
- If you are photosensitive to light.
- If you are taking photosensitive drugs.
- If you are pregnant, suspected of being, or are nursing.
- If you have dental braces.
- If you have dental work on your teeth to be treated such as existing tooth decay, periodontal disease, receding gums, untreated cavities, exposed roots or gingivitis.
- If you have silver fillings in, near or behind the front teeth.
- if you have had oral surgery or extractions in the last 28 days.