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How Long Does Professional Teeth Whitening Last?

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Have you ever thought about whitening your teeth? If you are like most people, you probably wish your teeth were whiter. Teeth whitening is one of the most popular and affordable cosmetic dental options that features excellent results in a short amount of time.

If you want your smile to be whiter and brighter, we invite you to call Sparkle Dental Care. One of our dentists will be happy to go over your teeth whitening options in our Bayside, VIC dental clinic.

How Professional Teeth Whitening Works

Most dental clinics offer professional teeth whitening services. We offer a take-home option that uses customised whitening trays. Each tray is made by taking a ...

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Illegal Teeth Whitening Sold to Australians

Teeth whitening may be the "trend" as there are now many products out on the market. It has been found that these products have been causing burns to the mouth and throat if swallowed, as well as having cancer causing chemicals. There has also been a concern that if there are undetected cavities which are being covered with bleaching products, that it may cause irreversible damage to the pulp tissue causing severe pain and potentially a tooth loss. Over the last few years, the ADA (Australian Dental Association) has been pushing for teeth bleaching to be regulated to be carried out by ...

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Pearly Whites With Charcoal Toothpaste, Does It Work?

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Pearly Whites With Charcoal Toothpaste, Does It Work?

The internet is sprawling with posts touting the magic of charcoal teeth whitening. Photos of teeth covered with black paste paradoxically resulting in pearly whites are all the current rage! It’s not surprising then, that our patients have many questions regarding its effectiveness and safety. Here, we aim to answer some of those concerns.

What exactly is charcoal teeth whitening?

Charcoal whitening aims to whiten teeth using activated charcoal. Activated charcoal is a form of treated carbon, making its surface porous. This porous surface allows in theory, for the absorption of all sorts of particles. In the case of teeth, the absorption of staining, but ...

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