Teeth Whitening is one of the fastest growing cosmetic treatments in the beauty industry. Our professional teeth whitening system (USA and FDA approved) is simple, effective, and can deliver results in as little as 30 minutes!
30 Minutes: $99
45 Minutes: $119
60 Minutes: $129
We are not dental professionals. All the products/procedures in this service are self-administered with the guidance of our technicians. Individuals that are prone to higher sensitivity are recommended to select a lesser degree of timeframe.
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The teeth whitening process begins with using a patented mouth tray filled with gel and an LED Whitening Accelerator light. The Whitening Accelerator light produces an intense cold- blue light, illuminates the teeth. It boosts the release of hydroxyl radicals at a wavelength of 400 to 500 nanometers, which is proven to be the optimal range for teeth whitening. It also activates oxygen molecules, opens up the tubules (pores) in the tooth and breaks down surface stains into smaller, less noticeable particles. By breaking the surface stains down, the natural white color of your teeth becomes more noticeable.
Harmful ultraviolet (UV) and infrared light is completely removed by the filtering system, leaving only a focused beam in the blue-cyan spectrum, penetrating deep into the tooth. It activates the whitening formula to its optimal potency. The teeth whitening gel is designed to work specifically with the accelerator light. The tray is designed to press the carbamide peroxide gel onto the tooth surface for optimal whitening. In just thirty-sixty minutes, tooth discoloration from years of staining foods, drinks, coffee, and tobacco products are eliminated, leaving a beautiful, bright smile.
Eighteen (18) years of age is the minimum age. Anyone under eighteen must have the consent of their parents or guardian.
The teeth whitening treatment delivers phenomenal results for natural teeth that have been stained by smoking or by substances like coffee, tea, or red wine. It is likely that it may help dental restorations, such as bonds, veneers, fillings, or crowns by getting closer to the original color their dentist first gave them and helping even out their smile. However, we do not guarantee this.
There has also been success with clients who have discoloration caused by steroids and chemotherapy. It is suggested that they are given a two-session package. Pregnant women, children under the age of sixteen, and clients with periodontal disease are discouraged from undergoing this treatment. Also, anyone with sores or cuts in their mouths, dental work that needs to be done (fillings, root canals, etc.) or have gum disease are advised to have this corrected by their dentist prior to getting this procedure.
Individual results vary depending on your genetics, what type of stain you have (yellow = easiest to remove, brown = somewhat more difficult to remove, gray = difficult and may require a series of treatments), and how thick your enamel is.
We typically see 2–5 shades of improvement in the first session.
- 44% hybrid gel that is perfectly balanced and does not damage the tooth enamel. It equals 12% HP and 8% cp. Which provides faster results. The Whitening Pen contains 12% hydrogen peroxide.
- The product is made in the United States. It is vegan, non-GMO, and gluten free. It is not tested on animals. It does not contain sulfates or parabens.
- Individual results vary, depending on your tendency to absorb stains, as well as your diet (this includes coffee use, tea, red wine, sodas, etc. and if you use tobacco products).
- Results can last up to two years, with proper maintenance: using the Whitening Pen, avoiding staining products, avoiding enamel-stripping substances (drugstore white strips, sugar, sodas), and avoiding drug store whitening toothpastes that contain silica or other abrasive ingredients which scratch enamel.
- Getting 2-4 sessions per year greatly helps prevent relapse. We recommend clients use the whitening pen for maintenance, to remove daily stains but not for tougher, deeper stains from years of accumulation.
Specially formulated gel products are manufactured in a lab in the USA.
Yes. This is an FDA-approved product. Our product does not cause sensitivity; we do not use citric acid, silica, or any other damaging agent to the enamel in our product. When teeth are normal and healthy there are no adverse side effects on the tooth’s enamel.
If the client does not show any adverse reactions and they wish to have an additional thirty minute treatment, instruct them to rinse their mouth and tray thoroughly. Place additional gel using the syringe to refill the tray. Do not overfill outside the indicated fill line in the tray. You can then start the light again for thirty minutes. This can be done on clients who may have darker stains.
- We recommend 2-4 treatments per year to prevent relapse and to increase your client’s overall shade. Relapse is when your tooth color reverts to its original color. Not everyone will relapse, and it is hard to know who will relapse and who will not. It depends on genetics, but we find that relapse is rare after three sessions and use of the take home whitening pen nightly to maintain a bright smile. The average client will return once every 6-12 months for a follow-up, but results can last up to two years.
Teeth whitening is not effective on individuals with stained teeth because of certain medications, decalcification, or those who were born with grayish or brown teeth. It is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women, or children under 18 unless written permission is received from an adult.
No. However, it can brighten up old dental work that has accumulated stains over the years. We cannot whiten any dental work beyond the original color that the dentist put in, but we may be able to restore it to its original color. The process does not adversely affect these structures or fillings.
You may experience some tingling; however, if you experience pain during the procedure, immediately remove the mouth tray. Most of our customers experience no pain or sensitivity after the treatment. A small percentage of clients may feel a minor ache and some sensitivity in their gums within the first twelve hours following the procedure. For tooth sensitivity, instruct your client to use Sensodyne or Rincinol for the next two to three days until sensitivity subsides. For gum sensitivity apply Vitamin E to the gums. All sensitivity should dissipate within 24 hours. Avoid cold or hot drinks for the first 24 hours if there is any tooth sensitivity.
- Our specially formulated gel is pH balanced and does not contain citric acid or silica, which are commonly found in many over-the-counter whitening strips, known for causing sensitivity. 98% of clients experience ZERO sensitivity.
- Our gel was engineered to be an effective, affordable, and a pain free treatment, though it is not uncommon for sensitivity to occur after any teeth whitening treatment for a couple of days following the appointment. Since these pores in the teeth have been opened, this also means that anything else that you expose your teeth to may irritate the teeth and cause some pain.
A common concern with teeth whitening is whether it can harm your tooth enamel. No, professional teeth whitening and teeth whitening gel will not damage your tooth enamel. Enamel, one of the hardest tissues in your entire body, it is made up of tiny tubules that reach to the soft tissue layer beneath the enamel, called dentin.Dentin is the layer of your tooth that absorbs stains, such as coffee or wine stains, and is the layer that is lightened during teeth whitening. It works by flowing through the tubules and heading straight to the dentin, ensuring that your enamel is still intact.
Since professional teeth whitening works by whitening your teeth from the inside, it will not work on dental work that you have. This means if you have crowns, veneers, or fillings, they will remain the color they were made with, even during the whitening process. If you are planning on having any cosmetic procedures or dental work done that is within your smile line, it is best to have your teeth whitened first and then the shade will match the new dental work to the whitened teeth. If you do not whiten first, your dental work will match to the color your teeth from the time of the work, which could be darker than you would like.
- There are few risks associated with teething whitening. The most common risk is tooth sensitivity. While temporary, your teeth might be more sensitive to temperature with food and drinks following a whitening treatment. Since the tubules are opened during the process to brighten the dentin, the tubules are left dehydrated afterward, requiring your saliva to re-mineralize them.
- It is important during this part of the whitening process that you do not consume any food or drinks that contain dark color, as it could cause staining following a whitening treatment. You might notice white spots on your teeth as well, but this is just a sign of tooth dehydration, and they will disappear as your teeth rehydrate.
Your teeth are covered in tiny, microscopic pores, or what are referred to as tubules. These pores were opened during the whitening process so that the whitening agent could penetrate deep into the teeth whitening from the inside out.
- Dentin tubules may become exposed as a result of enamel loss from attrition, abrasion, erosion, or abfraction. We know that sensitivity occurs on natural teeth when drinking or eating acidic foods, with extremely hot or cold temperatures, and during the teeth whitening process. What is the function of the tubules (pores)in a tooth?
- It contains microscopic tubules (small, hollow tubes or canals). When dentin loses its protective covering (enamel), the tubules allow heat and cold or acidic or sticky foods to stimulate the nerves and cells inside the tooth, causing sensitivity.
Teeth whiten as a result of a chemical reaction that penetrates the enamel of the teeth to remove stains below the surface. Carbamide peroxide will be used to brighten any stains present in the dentin, the layer of tooth below the enamel.