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Your smile is important! It's one of the first things people notice when they meet you, and a whiter smile can help you feel better about yourself and leave a lasting impression.
Get a brighter, whiter smile in minutes.
We offer one of the best professional teeth whitening systems on the market.
- 15 to 60 minutes
- Results, results, results!
Frequently Asked Questions
Does teeth whitening work?
Yes, teeth whitening does work on natural teeth that have experienced some surface and/or subsurface stains from eating, drinking or smoking things that leave stains on or in the tooth enamel.
How long does teeth whitening last?
Average results for peroxide-based whitening gels last 6 months to 1 year and this also depends entirely upon your own tooth enamel and on your habits.
Does it hurt?
It does NOT hurt. Most people experience no sensitivity, however, there is a chance of temporary sensitivity. Individuals at greatest risk for whitening sensitivity are those with gum recession, significant cracks in their teeth or leakage resulting from faulty restorations.
Whitening sensitivity typically lasts no longer than a day or two, but in some rare cases may persist up to a month. In such cases we recommend a toothpaste containing potassium nitrate for sensitive teeth, such as Sensodyne Toothpaste™, or our remineralizing/desensitizing gel, which contains potassium nitrate and fluoride.
How many shades whiter?
This depends entirely on the person. It is a natural whitening that will get you to your natural tooth color. Average results are 4-8 shades.
How long does it take?
Our system is one to three applications of 15-20 minutes each, so it’s less than an hour to a whiter smile!
What if not all of my teeth are natural?
Our system is safe to use on artificial teeth, caps, crowns, veneers, porcelain, composite or other restorative materials. However,note that the listed might not achieve dramatic results because the peroxide gel will not whiten them past their original color.
Who is NOT eligible for professional teeth whitening?
-those with severe cases of flurosis, cavities, and/or leaking fillings
-those with gum recession and exposed roots
-customers with swollen or bleeding gums
-those with dead teeth
-pregnant or lactating women
-people under 14
-those with known allergies to peroxide and/or aloe vera
-those with braces