Welcome to Toronto Laser Teeth Whitening.
Natural tooth shade is possible by simply removing surface stains caused by factors such as tobacco, tea, coffee, and red wine. The restoration of the natural tooth shade is achieved by having the teeth bleached in combination of laser light. Power or light-accelerated bleaching, sometimes referred to as laser bleaching uses light energy which is intended to accelerate the process of bleaching in the clinic. Different types of energy can be used in this procedure, with the most common being halogen, LED, or plasma arc. A Brief History of Teeth Whitening The history of teeth whitening can be traced back to ancient times. In 3000 B.C. in order to clean and whiten their teeth, people used chew sticks. These were small wooden sticks that people chewed on, which helped scrape off the particles on the teeth. To whiten teeth ancient Egyptians used a mixture of pumice stone and wine vinegar to create a whitening paste. Even back then white teeth was regarded as a mark of beauty and wealth. Ancient Romans whitened their teeth with a bleaching agent made from the ammonia in urine. In the 17th century people used an acid to whiten their teeth. Teeth were filed down and acid applied to them, only problem was tooth decay caused by this procedure. In the early 19th century, the discovery and use of fluoride in food and water caused people to have less cavities. But the use of too much fluoride caused staining of teeth. In the 1980s bleaching with peroxide started to became popular as a way to whiten teeth. It happened quite by accident as peroxide was originally used as an oral antiseptic gel to treat the gums. Dentists realized that the side effect was that it whitened teeth. Today, one of the best teeth whitening method of whitening teeth is a high concentration of perioxide combined with laser LED light. Looking for the best teeth whitening Toronto GTA? Give us a call, we have 2 convenient locations to serve you, Teeth Whitening Richmond Hill at 9212 Yonge St, and Teeth Whitening Downtown Toronto at 225 Welleseley St East #5. Book your appointment today 674-697-5568.