Laser Teeth Whitening

It can be confusing when deciding which of the various teeth whitening procedures to use on your teeth.

How is Teeth Whitening different to Laser Teeth Whitening?

When it comes to laser teeth whitening, teeth whitening kits and teeth whitening at the dentist,Teeth whitening By Sia aims to provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision. And if you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

Teeth Whitening Procedures

Generally, all teeth whitening procedures involve a similar ingredient: hydrogen peroxide. It is this active ingredient that reacts on the teeth to remove stains. Whether you use laser teeth whitening, Teeth Whitening By Sia or some kind of home teeth whitening kit, it will contain some level of hydrogen peroxide. The trick is the concentration: too little and the teeth whitening is ineffective, too much and you could permanently damage your teeth.



Laser Teeth Whitening

The main difference between laser teeth whitening and Teeth Whitening at Teeth whitening By Sia is time and expense. Laser teeth whitening involves going to the dentist, where a hydrogen peroxide solution is applied to your teeth. Then, the dentist uses a laser to activate the peroxide and whiten teeth. Each session can take anywhere from 1.5 to 2 hours and cost more than $1,000. And for all this, the high concentrations of hydrogen peroxide used can mean you end up with sensitive teeth or bleached gums.


Teeth whitening By Sia is similar, in that we also use an accelerator. But this is where the similarities end. We use the latest technology out of Europe to make teeth whitening faster and more affordable. By using a Blue LED Lamp and a photopixilated mouth guard, plus a non-acidic formulation of hydrogen peroxide, we whiten your teeth quickly, and without any tooth sensitivity. In fact, we can whiten your teeth by up to five shades in only two sessions – with each session consisting of two twenty minute sittings. Teeth whitening By Sia is also much more affordable than laser teeth whitening, in some cases, costing less than half of what you would pay at a dentist. To find out more, read our FAQs, or contact us for a no obligation, free assessment.

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