Alliston’s Top Teeth Whitening Clinic
With Decades Of Cosmetic Dentistry Experience
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Equipped with the latest devices & equipment
Years of cosmetic dentistry experience
Modern Clinic, Convenient Location
Just an amazing experience from the moment you walk into the clinic to the moment you leave. Very friendly staff. Amazing work. A big Thanks to Dr. Jafari and his team
You deserve a beautiful smile!
Sometimes we forget about ourselves, and the importance of our oral health and appearance. Feel free to give us a call today for a free consultation.
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The importance of Teeth Whitening:
Embarrassed by stains? Hoping to restore your confidence when smiling? Then give us a call for a free consultation. We know that a beautiful smile can greatly impact your confidence and the impression you make. There is a reason why Alliston loves us, just look at our reviews and then give us a call.
What causes teeth to turn dark?
In most cases, the natural colour of teeth is within a range of light greyish-yellow shades. Teeth naturally darken with age and their appearance can be affected by the accumulation of surface stains acquired from the use of tobacco products and the consumption of certain foods or drinks.
In addition, the perception of the colour of teeth is severely affected by skin tone and make-up. Independent of the real colour of their teeth, people with darker skin or who use dark makeup will look like they have brighter teeth.
Will one treatment be enough to see results?
King Dental Alliston
You’ll definitely see the whitening results after a single treatment, but many patients opt for 2 to 3 separate treatments with a few weeks apart, to achieve the best results.
Is teeth whitening safe?
King Dental Alliston
Yes. Due to a lack of knowledge of the process, some people have doubts about it’s safety until they do it and see how safe it is. When done by an dentist, teeth whitening is a very smooth and safe process.
I have an important event approaching in the near future, when should I whiten my teeth?
King Dental Alliston
When planning to get your teeth whitening, you would definitely want to whiten your teeth 2 to 3 weeks prior to the event date. Although you will see the effects almost instantly, but that recommendation is just for the best results.
Just make sure you call us and make an appointment in advance for a date before your event, because we’re often fully booked during some weeks.
How much does teeth whitening cost?
King Dental Alliston
It depends on a few factors like the shading levels. But it starts at around $400 and goes upto around $1200. The average cost will be around $800.
Welcome To Our Family
At King Dental Centre our great philosophy is that dentistry is more than receiving teeth and gum treatments and in fact, it is a holistic approach to healthcare. Our professional team provide and maintain the best and most personalized dental care available. We are dedicated to serving patients with regular check ups and cleaning, as well as cosmetic and restorative dentistry, and everything that help our patients look, feel and live better with beautiful smiles
Quality Service is our redline
King Dental Alliston
At King Dental Center our great philosophy is that dentistry is more than receiving teeth and gum treatments and in fact, it is a holistic approach to healthcare. Our professional team including dentists, hygienists and administrators provide and maintain the best and most personalized dental care available accompanied by the latest technology and the best dental materials.
*Although teeth are not naturally meant to be completely white, many Canadians want a brighter smile. Responding to this desire, a wide range of “whitening” options has become available to consumers.
These products fall into two main categories: Surface whiteners and Bleaches:
These products use special abrasives to improve the product’s ability to remove surface stains. Most products in this category are either toothpastes or chewing gums. Because the special abrasives in these whitening products are often only finer versions of what is used in regular toothpastes, they are unlikely to cause excessive tooth wear. However, the effectiveness of these products is limited to surface stains and should not be used as a substitute for professional cleaning.
Most bleaching products are peroxide-based and are actually capable of altering the colours of the tooth itself. However, not all tooth discolourations respond to tooth-bleaching treatments. Individuals contemplating tooth-bleaching should consult with a dentist to determine the cause of the tooth discolouration and to determine whether a bleaching treatment will have the desired result. This step is especially important for patients with fillings, root canal treatments, crowns and/or with extremely dark stains on the anterior teeth.
A number of different bleaching techniques and products are available to patients. Your dentist will use one of these two methods to whiten your teeth:
*Vital bleaching is done on “living” teeth and can be used to whiten your teeth if they have become stained by food or tobacco, or if they have become dark with age.
*Non-vital bleaching is bleaching done on teeth that are no longer “alive.” If your tooth has changed colour because of a root canal, non-vital bleaching can lighten your tooth from the inside out.
There are three methods for bleaching teeth. The method that will work best for you depends on the number of teeth that need to be bleached, and on how badly they are stained (or discoloured).
Your dentist may suggest:
*Putting a special bleach on your stained teeth and using heat (or heat and light) to start the bleaching action; or
*Wearing a custom-made mouthguard filled with a special bleach for part of each day; or
*Brushing with a special bleach mixed in toothpaste
Bleaching should be done only under a dentist’s care. Tooth-bleaching under controlled dental office conditions may be safe and effective, but the new in-office vital tooth-bleaching techniques, particularly those using laser and lights, have undergone little scientific assessment.
Home-use tooth-bleaching systems are available to the general public, either from a dentist or from various retail outlets. Clinical studies support the safety and effectiveness of home-use bleaching gels when used appropriately. Tooth sensitivity and irritation to soft tissues can occur during bleaching treatment, but these effects are transient. Yet the effects of long-term tooth-bleaching are unknown and need to be researched, especially since the effect is not permanent and many individuals end up undergoing periodic bleaching treatments.
General, Cosmetic, and Restorative Dentistry
You’re In good Hands
Dr. Nasser Jafari was born and raised in Iran. He graduated in 2002 with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Shahid Beheshi University, which is the most well-known faculty of dentistry in Iran.
He became a certified dentist by the National Dental Examining Board of Canada in 2014 and a member of Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario. Dr. Jafari has a strong passion for learning, therefore he puts all his effort to keep his knowledge and skills of dentistry up to date by attending various advanced continuing education programs in different cities and countries. He strives for a positive dental experience for all his clients by providing them the very best care and helping them attain beautiful healthy smiles throughout their life. Dental services provided by Dr. Jafari include: Family/Cosmetic Dentistry, Endodontics, Implants, Periodontal Surgery, and Orthodontics/Invisalign
Said About Us
Just a wonderful team. They really know what they’re doing and you feel like family with them
From the first moment to the end, everything was done in a professional style. I really got the results i was looking for.
They had the latest devices in their clinic. A very pro and friendly team.
How Often Should I See The Dentist?
Children, teens, and adults should all see the dentist for a regular checkup at least once every six months. Patients who are at a greater risk for oral cancer or gum disease may be required to see the dentist more than just twice a year. Your doctor will help determine how often you should visit the dentist for regular check-ups.
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193 Wellington St W, Alliston, ON L9R 1H6, Canada
(705) 434 2525
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A relaxing and modern dental clinic, with hundreds of satisfied children and adults as our clients.
Why We Love Alliston:
Its been an honor serving patients from around Ontario, Alliston, for years now. The lovely multicultural community in Alliston is truly what has made Alliston “RICH” in values. We really enjoy serving Alliston and patients coming from other areas in Ontario Alliston for a couple of reasons, a multicultural community is just one of them. Alliston has a very positive city vibe from amazing restaurants to fun outdoor and indoor activities.
Alliston has a variety of restaurants with delicious foods from all countries and cultures that have added to the popularity of Alliston.
Alliston has a growing population. Alliston has a lot of students that come to us for their dental care, and we just love living in a community where we see alot of students, because they are full of energy with a lot of positive vibes and are the future of our community.