Teeth Whitening in Maple

Teeth-whitening is the easiest and most cost effective way to greatly improve your smile. Whitening systems work by using a chemical to clean out the pores in the teeth, eliminating stains and brightening your smile.


In-office whitening is done by protecting your gums with a paint-on barrier and isolating the teeth for application. The most concentrated whitening solution available is used, and results are easily noticeable by the end of your 30 minute visit.

Before Teeth Whitenening

After Teeth Whitenening


In-office whitening is the fastest option available and also produces the best outcome. Success does depend on you, however, as it is important to avoid stain-causing foods immediately after whitening and to remember to touch up your whitening every month or so.

We also offer in-home whitening. Molds are created at our office, and custom trays are made for you to use at home. The trays are worn for 3 hours at a time or 2 sessions of 30 minutes based on preference. After 14 days, the teeth will be noticeably whiter, and your treatment is finished. This is the most cost-effective way to achieve professional whitening results.

What You Need To Know

Whitening is one of the most effective ways to enhance your smile and it is certainly the most affordable. There is one very important aspect of the whitening process that can make or break the results. That is, compliance is the key to success. The better you execute the instructions given, the better your results will be.

Whether you are using the over the counter, professional at home or professional in office whitening, it?s important that you minimize the ingestion of substances that can stain your teeth. This includes wine, coffee, tea, soy sauce, etc. The pores of the teeth will be open temporarily during the whitening process, and the teeth are more susceptible to staining. Saliva will eventually coat, and re-seal the pores in time.

Whitening doesn?t damage the teeth at all, but can cause temporary sensitivity for 2 or 3 days following treatment. Sensitivity is very difficult to predict and is most common with professional at home teeth whitening. Our professional in-office whitening can effectively manage sensitivity in most cases.

Remember to touch up your whitening every 3 to 6 months to maintain your bright smile and to minimize staining.