IN-OFFICE & AT-HOME TEETH WHITENING OPTIONS IN THE WINNIPEG AREA
Due to a variety of causes, teeth tend to stain and ‘yellow’ over time. The professional team at LifeSmiles Dental Corp can help you whiten and brighten greying or yellowed teeth.
LifeSmiles Dental Corp is Winnipeg’s premier teeth whitening office, offering customized in-office or take-home options to suit your needs.
You’ll see the results after just 1 session!
LIFESMILES POWER WHITENING
Our Power Whitening session is a 1-hour customized whitening treatment. Gel is carefully applied to enamel and used with our Whitening light for instant results.
WHITER IMAGE TAKE-HOME KIT
If you need a touch-up in the future, we recommend the purchase of our Whiter Image Whitening take-home kit. This kit includes 15 applications of gel and whitening trays to maintain your smile.
Whiter Than Ever!
“I got teeth whitening for my wedding and it made all of the difference in the pictures. Instead of my teeth matching the champagne, they matched my wedding dress. Thank you!”
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHICH LOCATIONS OFFER TEETH WHITENING?
HOW LONG DOES TEETH WHITENING LAST?
Teeth whitening treatments typically last 6 to 12 months with proper care. It is recommended that you ask your dentist to “touch up” your smile with maintenance applications after 4 to 6 months.
IS TEETH WHITENING EXPENSIVE?
The cost of teeth whitening depends on the method you choose.
Over the counter kits are approximately $10 – $100, but results vary. Since OTC whiteners are not custom fitted, they might not whiten all of the affected areas.
Many dentists offer custom take-home teeth whitening kits; they range from $100 to $400 and provide noticeable results in 1 – 2 weeks.
Finally, in-office teeth whitening procedures are the most effective option, but are also the most expensive. Costing about $650 per visit. Depending on how stubborn your teeth stains are, it may take a few visits to achieve complete success.
WHY DO I HAVE TOOTH DISCOLOURATION?
There are two types of staining: intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic stains are on the inner structure of your teeth, and extrinsic stains are on the surface of your teeth (enamel). At home whitening methods only affect extrinsic stains.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS?
Having questions about a dental procedure or appointment is completely normal. At LifeSmiles Dental we believe in transparency and education, so we've compiled a list of the most common questions about oral health.
If our FAQs don't answer your question, contact one of our clinics. We're always happy to help!