How do I prep for my appointment?

Prior to arriving to your appointment please brush your teeth like any other day and avoid eating/drinking staining drinks/foods.

Who should not undergo teeth whitening treatment?

Everyone can get their teeth whitened unless: You are pregnant or lactating. You have dead teeth. You have veneers or caps or silver fillings. You have flurosis, receeding gums, exposed roots, acid erosion, enamel, gum disease, decaying teeth. You are allergic to peroxide. You are under the age of 14. You have braces or had them removed within the last 6 months. You recently had oral surgery.

What is your cancellation policy?

All teeth whitening treatments must be cancelled or changed at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time. No-Shows, late cancels and missed appointments within 24 hours will result in a 50% charge.

How do I care for my teeth after the treatment?

  • Refrain from having staining beverages/foods for 24-48 hrs after!
  • Try to follow the White Diet!
  • Wait 1 hr before eating or drinking (water is allowed).
  • Use Sensodyne if you experience sensitivity. (You can even coat your teeth with this and sleep with it on!)

Will teeth whitening damage my teeth?

Nope! Teeth whitening is safe for most unless you have severe dental issues. See the answer to the question "Who shouldn't undergo teeth whitening?".

How long will my teeth whitening last?

The results can last anywhere from months to years! Two key factors are your habits and the porosity of your teeth (this means how the pores in your teeth take to the whitening gel)! The more you stay away from staining foods/drinks, the longer it will last!

What is the difference between cosmetic teeth whitening and having my dentist whiten my teeth?

The biggest differences are the lights and gels used. Dentists are allowed to use Laser lights and Plasma lights, which we are not. Dentists are also allowed to use higher concentrated gels which requires them to do multiple visits to see results. We can do it in just 1 session!

What type of gels are used?

We use both Hydrogen Peroxide and Carbamide Peroxide.

What are the potential risks of teeth whitening?

The potential risks are gum irritation, lip irritation, tooth sensitivity and technicolor teeth. We try our absolute best to avoid these and have Vitamin E swabs if the gel gets anywhere besides the teeth.

What type of lamp is used?

We use Blue LED lamp. This does not heat up or cause your mouth to get hot. It simply activates the gel.

Are your employees trained for this?

Yes! Each one of our girls is trained for teeth whitening and was tested on this service!

Will it hurt?

No it will not! The process is very quick and only takes 15-20 minutes per session. The lamp does not get hot! We can have your favorite show on Netflix playing!

How can I prepare if I know I have super sensitive teeth?

We would recommend using Sensodyne a few weeks before coming in. Pro Tip: Almost 99% of people have sensitivity to whitening strips, so that doesnt mean you will be sensitive to the gels! :)