Teeth Whitening

What is Teeth Whitening?
Teeth Whitening is one of the most powerful, effective, safe, and cost effective teeth whitening systems now available in Australia! Our blue LED light is manufactured in Germany and is one of the most powerful whitening lights on the market which is why it gives amazing results and combined with our 5% or more Hydrogen Peroxide Gel, it safety and affectively whitens your teeth to the lightest shade possible to give you your brightest smile. The gel is applied directly to the teeth; the light accelerator is placed directly towards teeth then the powerful blue LED light activates the whitening gel which removes discoloration caused from coffee, tea, tobacco, food, cola, red wine and even just the effects of time which stain your teeth.

Q: How long does it take?
A: Normally 3 x 15-20 minute sessions are all you need to achieve maximum results.
Q:How safe is it?
A: The safety of these treatments is well documented and been used for more than 30years in dentistry and teeth whitening treatments.
Q: Do i need to clean my teeth before a whitening treatment?
A: Yes we always recommend brushing your teeth before commencing a whitening treatment.

Q:How long will it last?
A: This depends on your lifestyle and your diet , but it can last up to two years or more.You can have periodical touch ups if necessary or now even purchase home whitening kits to apply yourself.

Q: Are there side effects?
A: Normally there are no side affects, heat or pain during or after a whitening treatment. some people may notice minor sensitivity to their teeth.

Q: Is it for every one?
A: Anybody can have whitening treatments except for pregnant women or clients under the age of 16 years.
Q: How white will my teeth go?
A: This depends on each individual and the extent of discoloration . We suggest from 5-10 shades lights . (some clients can achieve 14 shades lighter)
* Will not lighten veneers or crowns.

Teeth Whitening Prices:
15min session $89 30mins session $149
3 sessions x 30mins $395


TOOTH SENSITIVITY: Although uncommon, some people can experience some tooth sensitivity during the first 24 -48 hours after the whitening treatment. People with existing sensitivity, recently cracked teeth, micro-cracks, open cavities, leaking fillings, or other dental conditions that cause sensitivity may find that these conditions increase or prolong tooth sensitivity after the treatment. If you experience tooth sensitivity after the treatment, you can use SensodyneTM toothpaste to ease the discomfort. Brush your teeth with this toothpaste until tooth sensitivity goes away.
If you have tooth sensitivity do not begin with your touch-up pen treatment at home. Wait until the sensitivity goes away and then begin with the home treatment.

RELAPSE: After the treatment, it is natural for teeth colour to regress somewhat over time. This is normal and should be very gradual, but it can be accelerated by exposing the teeth to various staining agents, such as coffee, tea, tobacco, red wine, colas, citrus drinks and fruits, etc. Do not eat or drink anything except water for the first hour after the treatment because the gel opens the pores of the enamel and makes the teeth very vulnerable to staining agents. If you purchased a touch-up pen or a take-home kit, be aware that the pores of your enamel will remain open for as long as you use it so you should refrain from staining agents till you stop using the pen. You can resume your normal habits 24 hours after you conclude the touch-up pen treatment. Also, be aware that drinks and food are not the only things that can stain our teeth when the pores are open; lipstick, for example, can stain too. Do NOT apply lipstick soon after whitening your teeth.

ALLERGY: Some people are allergic to peroxide but are not aware of it. If you had the treatment done and a few hours or a day later you have a blister on your lips, you are probably having an allergic reaction to the gel. Buy liquid vitamin E in any chemist and apply it to the blister until it goes away. It generally goes away within a couple of days by itself anyway.

How long the results will last depends on 2 main factors:

1. Your habits
2. The porosity of your teeth

If you expose your teeth to staining agents such as tobacco, coffee, red wine, tea, colas, etc. on a regular basis, your whitening results will not last as long. If you have naturally porous enamel, your teeth will be more vulnerable to staining agents and your teeth will get stained again sooner than the average person. Unfortunately, there is no way of knowing ahead of time how porous your teeth are. Generally speaking, if you have porous enamel and you expose your teeth to staining agents on a regular basis, your results may last for only 6 months. If you have non-porous enamel and you don’t expose your teeth to staining beverages on a regular basis, the results may last for up to 2 years.