FAQ

Q: Is teeth bleaching safe?
A: Research has shown that if the teeth and gums are healthy there are no adverse effects to bleaching one’s teeth. Individuals with tooth decay and gum disease should avoid all bleaching treatments.

Q: What type of results should one expect?
A: A person can expect an increase of 2 to 8 shades in whiteness. This all depends on one’s body chemistry, dental health, mineral imbalances and one’s genetics.

Q: Will everyone benefit from the bleaching system?
A: Almost everyone benefits from the bleaching process. Keep in mind, teeth cannot be bleached whiter then genetically possible. Certain stains resulting from tetracycline stains, excessive fluorides and porous teeth can limit your stain removing abilities.

Q: Does this product contain Alcohol?
A: No, the product does not contain any alcohol.

Q: Will Crowns whiten with the bleaching process?
A: No, the standard process is to first whiten all adjacent teeth, wait two weeks for the color to stabilize, then go to your dentists and have him or her match the crown to the new shade of your teeth. This applies to composites, bridges and veneers.

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Coastal Pearl Whitening
701 Seagaze Dr.
Oceanside CA 92054

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