Teeth Whitening FAQ's:
Q: How does the teeth whitening procedure work?
A: We use a disposable one size fits all double-sided mouthpieces with natural ingredients that is activated by the professional grade blue LED light. You will sit under the light anywhere from 25-30 minutes. Only one visit is needed to see result. Our in-studio treatment formula is more potent than at-home kits, removing years of built up stains and discolouration in just 15 minutes.
Q: How long will the results last?
A: The results are based on your current tooth staining and your lifestyle (eg. drinking beverages that may stain the teeth such as teas, red wine, if you smoke etc.). The average lasting time is approximate and around 3 months.
Q: How do I know if teeth whitening will work for me?
A: All teeth are different due to body chemistry, genetics, dental health, and mineral imbalances. The majority of clients will see 4 to 6 shade difference. Tetracycline stains cannot be removed and dark gray-shaded teeth will only brighten up vs whiten know matter what kind of whitening treatment you try. Overall 99% of our clients experience great success.
Q: How often can I get the procedure done?
A: You do only need one treatment but if you are wanting to keep up with the whitening we recommend doing it every 3 months.Longevity will be dependent on your daily habits and tooth health.
Q: Will it make my teeth sensitive?
A: Sensitivity with this product is not common. The great thing about our teeth whitening procedure is we also put on a red light that activates at the same time as your whitening treatment to help your overall oral health which prevents the sensitivity.
Q: What Is the difference between at home whitening products vs professional whitening ?
A: Our formula has less fillers and has a higher peroxide content. Also a strong wattage of light provides a quick and simple whitening session. Example a home whitening light is average of 5 Watts and our light is 30 Watts.
Q: How long after getting my teeth whitening can I eat/drink?
A: You must wait one hour as the continue to whiten when you leave. The first 24 hours we would recommend avoiding coffee, tea, dark colored sodas, red wines, red sauces, or any foods that have the propensity to discolor teeth.
Q: Do I need to bring anything to my appointment?
A: No prep is needed for a teeth whitening procedure - try to avoid eating at least 1 hour before and only drink water for best results. Feel free to bring some head phones to relax to your music while having the teeth whitening done.