How much of a difference will I see?
The shade of your teeth will brighten up to 7 shades whiter, with an average improvement of 1-3 shades with each 20-minute session. An Individual’s results will depend on their current tooth shade, amount of sessions completed, and the overall health of their teeth. The result will be a whiter, healthier looking smile. Everyone's teeth are different and will only get to their most natural white shade. We recommend 3 sessions of 20-minutes for optimal results to remove years of staining.
How long will my results last?
Results vary from person to person and depends on your diet and lifestyle. However, with proper maintenance, periodic touch-up treatments, and our at home products, you can keep your smile looking great for a lifetime despite daily staining habits.
Is teeth whitening safe?
Our teeth whitening teeth process and products have been proven to be safe and effective. A small percentage of people may experience some tooth sensitivity and gum irritation, which disappears once you stop using the product. Vitamin E oil and remineralization gel is available for clients who experience discomfort. As with anything, abuse of a product can result in undesirable consequences. If you are unsure of your current oral health, talk with your dentist prior to whitening.
How long does an in-spa/mobile visit take?
Treatment times are 20 to 60-minutes depending on the discoloration of your teeth due to daily staining habits and your desired result. Sessions are 20-minutes each and client can up to three in the same visit. Consider it a spa day for your smile!
What is the difference between your treatment and dental?
Our teeth whitening process is self-administered whereas dental processes involve contact along with additional exams. We use the latest LED cold laser technology in combination with our signature whitening gels. Our system has proven to deliver amazing results with little to no sensitivity when compared to other whitening systems. We are also a trusted supplier for many teeth whitening businesses throughout the US.
Will my teeth hurt?
Most of our clients experience no sensitivity. An exceedingly small percentage of clients may feel some tooth sensitivity, especially if they are dehydrated or consume extremely warm or cold drinks and foods within an hour or more after the whitening session. Any sensitivity is temporary and will disappear within 24-48 hours.
Will this work on crowns and fillings?
Yes, teeth whitening will remove staining from existing dental work and restore it back to its original shade. We cannot whiten them beyond the original color of the material used at the time of placement. If there are any food or drink stains on the cosmetic cap, crown, or filling they will lift. However, the original color of the filling, cap, veneer or crown cannot be altered.
Am I a good candidate for teeth whitening?
Teeth whitening provides drastic results for anyone who wants to have a whiter smile. This includes people with teeth that have been stained from daily habits such as smoking or drinking dark colored beverages such as coffee, tea, soda, wine, etc.
Can I whiten if I have braces?
I’m pregnant/breastfeeding, can I whiten my teeth?
I have holes on my teeth, can I still whiten?
What is the recommended age for the kits or in-spa sessions?
Do I need to see a dentist before whitening?
Is there anyone who can’t whiten?
We do not recommend whitening for the following: Children under the age of 18 as the pulp (nerve of the tooth) is enlarged until this age and whitening will cause irritation and sensitivity. Pregnant and breastfeeding, however you can seek advice from your obstetrician/pediatrician. People with health related issues – e.g. Colitis or Crohn’s as these health issues can cause damage to your enamel. We recommend you seek advice from your GP or dentists before buying if you have:
- Periodontal disease
- Overly sensitive teeth
- Have had recent oral surgery
- Decayed teeth
- Exposed roots
- Exposed dentine
- Jaw problems
How often should I whiten using my at home kit?
We recommend whitening 1-7 days consecutively for about 30 minutes and then as needed. If you choose to whiten more often, we recommend you ask your dentist for advice first.
Is it permanent?
No, teeth whitening isn’t permanent - stains will build up again over time.
Will whitening destroy my enamel?
If you follow our guidelines for the best and safest results there will be no damage to your enamel. If you’re concerned we recommend you ask your dentist.
If I have a grayish tint to my teeth, will they still whiten?
We see awesome results on yellower stains, but you will still see a great improvement.
Bleaching of gums, how and why?
Either the tray is covering your gum area or you have overfilled the trays with whitening gel. Place a smaller droplet onto each tooth or bleach line midway across the inner wall of the tray.
Gums will return to normal within a few hours and the whiteness will disappear. Avoid hot, spicy foods until your gums are fully healed and wait at least one week before whitening again. Treat your teeth for only half the recommended time during your next treatment and slowly increase the whitening time with subsequent treatments.