5 Facts About Sinsational Smile Teeth Whitening

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5 Facts About Sinsational Smile Teeth Whitening

Individuals looking to whiten their teeth have no shortage of options. For starters, there are a variety of over the counter whitening treatments such as toothpastes, strips, trays, pens, and lights. While these do contain the same type of whitener used in professional teeth whitening procedures, it takes longer to see results. This is primarily because the concentration of the whitener is diluted in over the counter treatments. 

Conversely, professional teeth whitening procedures performed by a cosmetic dentist uses a stronger concentration and yields faster results. However, there are even whitening options with professional teeth whitening. Different cosmetic dentists may offer different types of whitening treatments for their patients. One such option is Sinsational Smile whitening treatment. In order to familiarize you with this particular whitening treatment, here are five facts about Sinsational Smile whitening: 

Rated as the Best In-Office Whitening Treatment

Dental Advisor is an organization that provides dental professionals with accurate and objective information regarding dental restorative products, infection control products, and dental equipment. Beginning in 2015, Dental Advisor awarded the Sinsational Smile whitening system as being the “Best In-Office Whitening System”. 

Eco-Friendly Whitening System

The Eco-Dentistry Association sets the standards for environmentally sound dental products and services. Sinsational Smile whitening system is officially the first in-office whitening treatment that has obtained the EDA Accepted Seal. This seal means that the ingredients used are generally regarded as safe, manufacturing is performed in a LEED certified building, they use recyclable and BPA-free silicone trays, and they are powered by solar panels. 

Woman having a whitening tray inserted into her mouth

Easy & Effective

Since Sinsational Smile whitening is generally designed to occur after a semi annual teeth cleaning, prepping the teeth only takes 1 minute! Once the whitener has been applied, it then only needs to remain in place for 20 minutes to be yield results. During treatment, a pre-filled silicone tray is inserted into the mouth. These silicone trays are extremely comfortable because they can accommodate any size and shape of mouth while also keeping the jaw relaxed. Then an LED accelerating light is used to speed up the whitening process, which results in the teeth becoming 2-5 shades lighter in as little as 20 minutes. 

Little to No Post-Treatment Sensitivity

One unfortunate side effect of most teeth whitening treatments is that they have been known to cause tooth sensitivity after treatment. However, this is not the case with Sinsational Whitening treatment. In fact, approximately 98.1% of patients who have had Sinsational Smile Whitening treatment have reported no tooth sensitivity following their procedure. The lack of sensitivity is attributed to the silicone tray’s ability to isolate the teeth from oxygen while the whitening gel works. 

The three layers of the tooth

Removes External & Internal Stains

Your teeth are composed of three layers. The outer and middle layer are both able to become stained. Stains affecting the enamel, or outer layer, are called extrinsic, while stains affecting the dentin, or middle layer, are called intrinsic. Both types of stains have different causes, but can both be removed with the Sinsational Whitening System. 

Overall, Sinsational Whitening System is truly a remarkable whitening treatment. Like other whitening treatments, it can remove two types of stains, but it also does so while being the best and easiest in-office whitening treatment, EDA approved, and without causing tooth sensitivity. Out of all the professional in-office teeth whitening procedures available, Sinsational Smile Whitening system is the best choice for teeth whitening. 

Dr. Stephen Malone Standing Outside

Dr. Stephen Malone received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine Degree from the University of Louisville in 1994 and has practiced dentistry in Knoxville for over 20 years. He believes in the value of continuing dental education and has pursued hands-on and mentored advanced dental education every year since earning his doctorate. He participates in multiple dental study clubs and professional organizations, where he has taken a leadership role.

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