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How white will my teeth get?

After your first hour long treatment, your teeth will brighten between 5 and 14 shades, with an average improvement of 8 shades. Individual results will vary depending upon your current shade level, tooth structure and source of staining. Everyone has a genetically influenced base shade and we cannot whiten beyond that shade. However, your end result will be a whiter, brighter smile!

How long will the whitening last?

This varies from person to person and depends upon your diet and oral hygiene. However, with proper maintenance and periodic touch-up treatments, you can keep your smile looking great for a lifetime.

Is Teeth Whitening safe?

Yes, our dental grade whitening gel is an all-natural organic plant and mineral based product that is FDA registered and our whitening equipment is FDA approved. Teeth Whitening does not change the underlying structure of the teeth, but rather lifts and removes staining to make your teeth brighter and whiter.

How long does the treatment take?

Treatment vary depending on the discoloration of your teeth, but our initial treatment takes about an hour.

What is the difference your system and that offered by my dentist’s office?

Our non-dental teeth whitening system uses the same type of technology as dental offices and gives you the same great results.

Can you whiten my crowns or fillings?

Our whitening treatments will remove staining from both crowns and fillings until they are back to their original color. However, we cannot whiten them beyond the original color of the composite material.

Is Teeth Whitening treatment for everyone?

Our teeth whitening treatment is safe and effective for almost everyone. However, we are not able to offer treatment to those who are under the age of 16, pregnant or lactating, with an allergy to peroxide, are not in good standing with their dentist and have untreated dental issues, or intrinsic staining caused by tetracycline or fluorosis.