Pola In Office Rapid Whitening 

Pola Rapid is the new in office whitening treatment that safely whitens teeth 

in a 24 minute application time – significantly faster than other alternative whitening options. It has built-in desensitizing properties that reduces post-operative sensitivity. Potassium nitrate, the key pain reducing ingredient, prevents sensitivity to provide a calming effect.

The high water content of Pola Rapid ensures maximum comfort during and after treatment. The shorter treatment time results in less patient discomfort and lower sensitivity.  

Contra-Indications of Pola Whitening Products:

  • Do not use if you are pregnant or lactating.
  • Do not use on children under 14 years of age.
  • Do not use if you have peroxide allergies.
  • Inform our staff if you have a known resin allergy.
  • Do not use if you have extreme teeth sensitivity.
  • Any restorative materials, tooth with a dead nerve or root canal treated teeth will NOT whiten. Only natural tooth structure will whiten.

Pola Light Take Home Whitening

Pola Light is an advanced tooth whitening system that combines Pola’s award-winning whitening formula, with an LED mouthpiece, for a faster whitening treatment.

How does it work?

What separates the Pola Light from other whitening options on the market is that it comes with a USB cord and is rechargeable! 

The Pola Light System is fast acting and can brighten your smile in as little as 5 days. The whitening solution is formulated to safely remove long term stains. The formula of the whitening material is formulated to safely remove long term stains, re-mineralize and strengthen the teeth.


How long will it take to whiten my teeth?

With the in office whitening, results are obtained in just 30 minutes! Using the take home whitening system, it takes approximately 5-14 days.

How long will the results last?

This depends on each individual person and their oral habits. Whitening should be repeated every 6-12 months. Without a touch up, your teeth will start to re-stain by the same things that caused them to discolor initially.