Your new Omega White smile

Your smile is important. It’s one of the first things people notice when they meet you, and a brighter, whiter smile can help you feel better about yourself and leave a lasting impression. Omega White, the fastest and most effective teeth whitening system, is now available in a relaxed environment at select locations at the most affordable price. Whether it’s coffee, tobacco, red wine, or just the effects of time that have stained your teeth, our professional teeth whitening system guarantees you an Omega white smile in minutes.

Omega Laser Therapy is known best for our great results after our specialized Teeth Whitening procedure. Omega Laser Therapy Teeth Whitening mimics the exact procedure Dentists use for in-office Teeth Whitening! We use the same techniques, the same ingredients .Our gels are safe without the acidity of store bought strips and trays. You will not get sensitive gums from our procedure by adding the gum barrier which is a extra feature that enable the gums to be hydrated prior to starting your treatment. Our gels are specially formulated to not dry out or damage the teeth in any way. Teeth whitening is now painless and relaxing!

Omega Laser Therapy utilizes a cool blue LED light with a hydrogen peroxide-based whitening gel. A cold blue light is placed directly in front of the customer’s exposed teeth and run for 30 minutes per treatment. Our specialists perform 2 treatments on each customer during the same session for a total of 60 minutes.

How much does the Omega White teeth whitening cost?

Most dentists charge between $400 – $600 for teeth whitening. Imagine yourself with a dazzling Omega White Smile in only one hour! Omega Teeth Whitening consists :

  • One 60 min session in clinic – $299
  • Premium whitening Lightening pen for follow up home treatment – $15
  • Gum barrier for $10

Combining full sessions of 1 hr teeth whitening treatment with the after care Premium whitening lightening pen, results will be guaranteed at 12-30 shades.

Which Omega locations offer teeth whitening?

You can book your appointment for teeth whitening at the following locations:

Gatineau Quebec 202-5 rue Laval (819) 639-1834
Vaudreuil Dorion Quebec 106-412 Boul Harwood (877) 977-9412
Montreal 515 Fleury St Est (514)275-2501
St Jérôme 1087 Rue Melancon (450) 634-0180
Saint-Eustache 124 A Rue Saint-Laurent (450) 634-0180
Laval 1717 Boul St Martin Suite #350 877-977-9412
Anjou 20-7050 Jean-Talon Est (514) 275-2501
Brossard Quebec 1424, boul Rome (450) 999-0171

How long do results last?

In theory results can last up to 1-2 years, but in practice they last less. Depending on a person’s consumption of coffee, tea, red wine, colas and other darkening agents such as tobacco, most people could probably use another whitening session 6 months later. It also depends on the quality of the enamel. If someone has non-porous enamel, results will last longer. Those who have porous enamel will be more vulnerable to staining beverages and food. These 2 factors will determine how long results will last. Generally one can say between 6 months (if the customer has porous enamel, drinks staining beverages and/or smokes) and 2 years (if the customer has non-porous enamel and habits that do not include staining beverages and/or smoking).

Who should NOT undergo teeth whitening?

  • Pregnant or lactating women
  • People who had oral surgery or extractions in the last 60 days
  • People with poor enamel or declassification caused by excessive use of fluorides
  • People with periodontal disease including gingivitis or gums in poor condition
  • People who wear braces
  • People who recently had oral surgery
  • People with decaying teeth or mouth sores
  • People with open cavities
  • People with a history of allergic reactions to peroxide products
  • People under the age of 18

Can all teeth be whitened?

When the inner structure of the tooth becomes darker or yellowed, the stain is more difficult to remove or, depending on it’s cause, may not be able to be removed at all. For example, tetracycline (an antibiotic) causes intrinsic (meaning that it affects the inner structure of the tooth) staining, when used by children under age 8 or women in the last half of their pregnancy. These stains cannot be removed by bleaching. Fluorosis, a cosmetic dental condition that results from overexposure to fluoride during tooth development, also is not always successfully removed by bleaching. Mild to moderate fluorosis, characterized by white lines, streaks or spots, can be made less obvious by using whitening products or methods. However, in more severe cases of fluorosis, bleaching will not work. A third type of stain is called “age-related.” It’s a combination of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. As we age, the dentin (the inner portion of the tooth) gets slightly yellow. This can become visible through the outer enamel as it gradually becomes thinner over time. Yellow stains are the easiest to remove with bleaching. Gray or black stains tend to be more difficult. Generally, stains that have just formed are easier than stains that have been on your teeth a while. It is not possible to turn teeth whiter than their original natural white. In some cases, even normal teeth will achieve only minor whitening improvement no matter what product you use because they just don’t react to the peroxide gel. Artificial dental work such as crowns, bonding, caps, veneers, bridges, or composite fillings will also NOT respond to bleaching. Teeth Whitening gel will only whiten natural teeth. Artificial teeth will not be whitened yet they will not be damaged by the peroxide. Customers with artificial teeth wishing to whiten their natural teeth can use our products. In general, results will vary from customer to customer depending on the types of stains present.

What is the difference between the hydrogen and carbamide peroxide gel? Which is the better choice?

This is a 3 to 1 relationship between carbamide and hydrogen. This means that 14% hydrogen peroxide is equivalent (in theory) to around 35% carbamide peroxide. Some people prefer carbamide because it is softer on the gums. However, in practice we have found that hydrogen peroxide works much better than carbamide.

Teeth whitening is one of the simplest cosmetic procedures if done right. Doing it right means using a proper whitening agent (that is, a good peroxide gel) and an appropriate accelerator. The most practical accelerator is a lamp using cold blue light with a wavelength of around 500 nano meters. This wavelength of light is ideal for accelerating the whitening process of different peroxides, such as hydrogen peroxide and car amide peroxide. invisible hit counter

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