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We're here to assist you to provide excellent customer service to your clients.  To help you with those difficult questions here are our latest client questions and answers.  Reading this will ensure you offer your clients the best possible service.


Q. If I am asked what qualifications I have to offer teeth whitening, how do I answer? 

A. There are no official credentials for teeth whitening in Australia.  Generally, dentists receive vendor training just like you.  Let your client know you have done a training course in self-administered cosmetic teeth whitening and are insured to provide the procedure.  (Make sure you have your insurance up to date at all times).


Q. How many times per year can a client have in-chair teeth whitening treatment?

A. The ADIA recommend it is safe to have a teeth whitening treatment up to 3 times a year.  Performed this often however you may only need one or two 20 minute session for maximum results.  The results achieved will not be as impressive and could be as little as one or two shades when done this regularly. 


Q. My client wants their teeth whiter, when can they have another treatment?

There are no exact times given for the time in between treatment, however, about 3-4 months is as often as would be necessary.  These times are a recommendation and not a rule so you can be a little flexible.

Keep in mind your client's teeth will only whiten to the colour they were originally grown.  Teeth whitening is a stain removal process and results are subjective as each client is different and so is their lifestyle.  Your client will not necessarily be able to get the tooth colour they want as this may not be achievable with whitening.  The paperwhite teeth seen on TV are actually veneers, not natural teeth.


Q. My client wants movie-star white teeth is it possible to achieve?

A. Teeth whitening is a will remove stains from teeth and return them to the original colour they were before they were stained.  Movie star white teeth unless this was the client’s original colour can only be created with porcelain veneers or composite bonding.  No whitening treatment no matter who performs it can achieve this.


Q. What’s the benefit of using an accelerator lamp with the teeth whitening gel?

A. Using an led teeth whitening machine accelerates the teeth whitening gel, causing it to react faster when breaking down stains.  What this means for your client is they can achieve the same result as would normally take weeks of daily treatment with whitening gel alone in a one-hour treatment.  The use of the accelerator lamp speeds up the process of the molecular breakdown of the whitening gel which makes the oxidization of the stains occur more rapidly. There are several benefits for your client to using this process: they only need to do the white diet once instead of for weeks.  The client gets instant results and less risk of sensitivity.  Most clients using home treatments get bored with the process before they attain maximum results.


Q. Why is peroxide whitening treatment done in 2-3 x 20-minute sessions instead of all at once?

A. After about 20 minutes the peroxide gel ‘peaks’.  This means it has completed the reaction for that application and very little stain breakdown will occur from this point.  This is why it is important to completely remove one application prior to applying the next one. 


Q. If you offer a 3rd or 4th 20-minute session will the clients teeth lighten anymore?

A. Teeth whitening can only bleach the stains on the surface of the teeth it will not whiten the enamel.  This is the case no matter how many treatments or how strong the lamp of gel is.  Additional treatments will only improve the results if there are still stains on the surface of the teeth.


Q. What if the gel is left on longer than 20 minutes?

A. Leaving it on slightly longer is of little benefit.  Keep in mind the cheek retractors are not very comfortable for your client so the less time they have to wear it the better.  Leaving the gel much longer than necessary isn’t just ineffectual but it can cause aggravation both to teeth and gums. 


Q. What happens if a client has a reaction to the treatment? 

A. We have never had a serious reaction from our gels.  The strength of the peroxide is within legal limits for non-dental practitioners.  If a client does have a reaction it is unlikely to be serious.  In the unlikely event, treatment is required our labelling is compliant with regulations which include a phone number for the Poisons Information Centre - 24 Hour Telephone Advice Line 13 11 26.  Your starter system includes a client consent form which will assist in the prevention of contraindications.


Q. Can the client use lip balm before the treatment?

A. It is a good idea for your client to use a lip moisturizer, especially in the colder months when the skin is dry as it can help prevent cracked lips.  Just ensure your client doesn’t get any on their teeth or the whitening gel will not be able to penetrate properly.  A balm that is not tinted, coloured or perfumed is best.


Q. Can the leftover whitening gel pen be offered to the client as a home treatment? 

A. If the client purchases a home kit you could give them the remaining gel but ideally, it is better to throw it away if they don’t as a mouth guard is required to protect the soft tissue of the mouth.  There will also be very little gel left in the pen after the treatment.


Q. Is teeth whitening suitable for smokers?

A. Smokers will definitely benefit from teeth whitening treatment. In some cases where there is visible tar buildup on the teeth it the client should have the scale removed by a dentist prior to having a teeth whitening treatment.  

Treatments with the combination of non-peroxide followed by two or three twenty-minute peroxide treatments can be very beneficial for smokers stains.  You may like to charge an additional fee for this treatment as you will require 2 lots of product.


Q. What if the client has bad tar and nicotine stains on their teeth?

A. As this is a physical substance on the surface of the teeth, not a stain, it should be removed by a dentist prior to a whitening treatment.  If the client does not want to do this they can still have a treatment and their teeth will be improved however it is important they understand much of the tar will remain.  The tar may even whiten; however, as it is highly porous it will only take a short time for the build-up to appear again.  Please ensure your client understands this prior to the treatment.


Q. How long does a client have to wait after having their braces removed before having a teeth whitening treatment?

A. There is no harm doing a treatment straight after braces are removed however the results may not be ideal.  The cement residue from the braces can last for 3-6 months.  It is best to allow at least this time to ensure the teeth whitening treatment has a clean tooth surface to work on.  If there is still cement on the teeth no whitening will occur where the cement residue is resulting in a patchy result. 


Q. Can my client have a treatment if they have a wire behind their teeth?

A. It is always best they check with their dentist first.  The paint on the method is usually okay as the gel is only applied to the front of the teeth and should not make contact with the wire negating any issue. 


Q. Can someone with teeth jewellery have a whitening treatment?

A. It is best to do a treatment without anything on the teeth as the whitening gel will be unable to penetrate the area behind the jewel, leaving it stained.  


Q. Will teeth whitening work on grey teeth?

A. Grey is the least likely colour to benefit from teeth whitening.  It depends on why the teeth are grey.  If it is from surface staining due to diet then yes.  If it is intrinsic (inside the tooth’s structure below the enamel) then teeth whitening will not help with this particular problem.  Teeth whitening will still whiten the stains on the enamel improving the overall appearance of the teeth.  Intrinsic stains are generally caused by medication or nerve damage to the tooth and will not benefit from teeth whitening.


Q. Do teeth continue to whiten after the treatment is done?

A. Once the treatment is finished the client's teeth will not continue to whiten.  In most cases one treatment (3x20 minute sessions) will give your client maximum results, meaning the stains on the surface of their teeth have been bleached and the teeth are as white as they will go.  Teeth whitening will not bleach the enamel only the stains on the surface of the teeth.


Q. If someone is allergic to peroxide can they use a non-peroxide whitening treatment?

A. We would not recommend it as most bleaching agents break down into elements including peroxide as they work.


Q. Can I use a Non-peroxide product for someone with gum disease?

A. If someone has gum disease it is best not to offer them a treatment with any product and suggest they visit their dentist.


Q. Are fluorosis spots caused by teeth whitening and how long will it last?  

A. The client will have already had fluorosis teeth whitening will not cause this.  The colour variation will always fade, generally in a few hours and it is unlikely it will last longer than 24 hours. 


Q. Some clients complain cheek retractors are uncomfortable.  Also sometimes my clients top or bottom lip hangs over their teeth, what can I do about that?

A. The cheek retractors can be uncomfortable but there are options to help.   We provide a free small and large cheek retractor with kit orders of five or more.  Use the largest size possible to avoid the lip covering the teeth.  If this occurs try a larger cheek retractor.  If the cheek retractor is too tight or difficult to insert into the mouth try a smaller size.  Silicone mouth trays are also available which are more comfortable and easier to insert but can reduce the results slightly.


Q. I have had clients get blisters inside their lips after the treatment, what can I do? 


A. Blisters can be avoided by ensuring the gel doesn’t come in contact with the soft tissue of the mouth.  The incidence of blisters can increase in people with lip filler or who have recently had lip tattoo.  In relation to filler, we are not sure if this is due to a reaction with the products used in the filler or if it is simply because the lips are larger and more likely to come in contact with the gel on the teeth.  When blisters do occur they usually heal in 2-3 days.  Here are things to check to avoid blisters or sensitivity during the teeth whitening treatment:-

1.  Ensure the gel does not get on the lips and gums.  

2.  Make sure the cheek retractor being used is large enough to keep the lips from touching the gel on the teeth.  

3.  Always make sure the client is fully reclined.  If they are not fully reclined they can drool and this can wash the gel onto the soft tissue.  

4.  Make sure the client rinses thoroughly and brushes away any remaining gel with a toothbrush (no toothpaste) at the end of the treatment to ensure no gel is left in the mouth.  

5.  At the end of the treatment get the client to apply the vitamin e to the inner and outer area of their lips and gums.


Q. What is the difference in between hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide?

A. Carbamide is hydrogen peroxide it has just been combined with urea.  This causes a dilution of 3:1.  Carbamide peroxide is also slower-acting making the treatment time longer.  Hydrogen peroxide offers more direct delivery and ultimately better results.


Q. How long does peroxide teeth whitening gel last and how do I store it?

A. In general, the shelf life of peroxide whitening gel is around 12 months if stored correctly.  We recommend you ensure your gel doesn’t go above 20 degrees at any time as this will reduce its potency.  Always store your gel in the fridge to maximise the shelf life.  Please remove the gel from the fridge at least 1 hour before the treatment as cold gel will be less active.


Q. I know it is best to store the gel under 20 degrees but what happens if it gets hotter than that?  

A. An increase in temperature will increase the natural rate of decomposition of the peroxide reducing the effectiveness.  This means the warmer the product the faster it will reach the use-by date.  Stored in the fridge peroxide can remain effective for up to 1 year, however, we recommend using the products within 3 months to ensure the best results.  

 

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Purchasing a teeth whitening system with us you will have everything you need to get started. Our products will give you amazing results and our comprehensive online training will give you the confidence to breeze through your first few clients.

We are leaders in providing the latest equipment for salons, clinics and professionals and our business starter kits are the easiest and most cost-effective way to get started in the lucrative business of teeth whitening. 

We understand our clients have different needs and objectives, so we are here to assist you every step of the way. Our FREE business starter guide offers marketing ideas to help you get clients. Looking after our clients is a crucial part of our business because we know if we help you create a successful business you'll keep coming back.

Everyone wants a brighter whiter smile so you know you’ll have a great start to your new venture. Now is the perfect time to consider getting into the lucrative teeth whitening industry as demand is huge and it is not saturated like many others. We are one of Australia’s largest suppliers to salons, clinics and mobile technicians and offer private-label branding and promotional material as well as comprehensive online training to get you started. 

The teeth whitening industry is worth an estimated $19 Billion per year worldwide and is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures today. People are becoming more aware of the great results of cosmetic tooth bleaching and it's becoming part of their regular beauty and grooming regime. You will find that around 75% of all clients will have had the treatment in the past, which means repeat business can be expected. Offering our system to your clients you will give you the confidence of offering the best products available in Australia today. Even a dentist cannot create a better result for their client.


HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO GET STARTED IN TEETH WHITENING?


We have a range of starter systems available to suit your needs and budget from under $1,500. 

To view our complete range of kits you will first need to be logged in:- http://www.teethwhiteningwholesale.com.au/index.php?main_page=login 

Once you are logged in you may view our kit prices at- http://www.teethwhiteningwholesale.com.au/teeth-whitening-starter-kits-c-16/

HOW MUCH WILL I MAKE FROM EACH CLIENT?


We recommend charging $149 per treatment. Our treatment kits exceptionally priced at $16.95 each which means you make $132 for a 1-hour treatment. More information and pricing of our in-chair treatment kits are available by following the link: http://www.teethwhiteningwholesale.com.au/teeth-whitening-gel-kits-c-10

WHAT DO I NEED TO GET STARTED IN A TEETH WHITENING BUSINESS?


When you purchase a starter kit from you receive more than just the equipment you need. In addition to the equipment and gel kits in each starter kit, you will receive essential information on regulations and insurance along with client consent forms and comprehensive training manuals, videos and at a glance treatment cards to help you breeze through your first few clients. Our training process can be completed in less than 1 hour.

WHAT RESULTS CAN MY CLIENTS EXPECT?


Our peroxide gels are the strongest available in Australia for non-dental practitioners. Our products are all at ACCC compliant levels. We are one of the few companies offering Carbamide Peroxide which is endorsed by the ADIA as being the most stable of the products available causing less sensitivity. Our clients achieve excellent results of 5-14 shades lighter.

IS TEETH WHITENING SAFE?


We offer the latest whitening gel approved for use in Australia. We have a hygienic non-touch procedure. At NO time does a technician touch a client’s mouth. Our gel is safe and gentle and problems are extremely rare.

DO I RECEIVE AFTER-SALES SUPPORT?


We want you to provide the best possible service to your client and offer email and phone support for any questions you may have. We will keep you up to date with FAQ’s, promotions and advertising you can use via social media and email marketing.

If you have any questions or if you would like a more personalised consultation please don’t hesitate to contact us.

HOW DO YOU START A TEETH WHITENING BUSINESS?


We are Australian distributors of advanced products and machines for professionals. Whether you have a salon or clinic, want to work from home or want to start a mobile teeth whitening business we have the solution for you. Our systems and products are the easiest and most cost-effective way to get started in the industry. Our packages include a selection of state-of-the-art accelerator lamps and peroxide gel which are Australian complainant.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO START A TEETH WHITENING BUSINESS?

You can get started from under $1,500 including products, equipment and training.

HOW DO YOU GET THE BEST RESULTS WITH TEETH WHITENING?


The gel is an essential part of getting the best results. Having the right machine, gel and technique are all important in getting the best results. Our FREE online training course will have you offering the best treatment to your clients. We have a high-quality range of peroxide gel and non-peroxide gels. We offer carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide in both gel pens and syringes.

HOW DOES A TEETH WHITENING SYSTEM WORK?

The machines which are also called lamps or lasers and work by accelerating the bleaching gel achieving maximum results around 1 hour. Without the use of the laser, results would take weeks of daily treatment to achieve the best results.

WHAT IS THE BEST TEETH WHITENING SYSTEM?


We have a large range of systems to suit your salon or home business. Our high turnover ensures our peroxide gels are always fresh and highly effective ensuring the best results for your client. We are importers and suppliers of only the highest quality equipment and products and deal direct with the manufacturer. Our gels are to Australian standards for non-dental practitioners. The products, equipment and labelling you will receive are Australian compliant. Our gels have MSDS reports and our equipment have CE certificates.

Offering teeth whitening in your salon or clinic is a great way to earn extra revenue from the clients you already have. Our products and machines are all backed up by our satisfaction guarantee. Our clients achieve maximum results in a 1-hour triple treatment. 

Our system gives you all the benefits of a franchise without the costs. In addition to the lamp and gel treatment packs in each starter kit, you will receive essential information on regulations and insurance along with client consent forms and comprehensive training manuals, videos and at a glance treatment cards to help you breeze through your first few clients. 

We have a great range of drop ship products, so you can make money from selling products without the need to hold stock. We also offer bulk wholesale prices and have an excellent reseller program.


DO YOU HAVE TO BE A DENTIST TO DO TEETH WHITENING?

Did you know you can own and operate your own business without being a dentist? For decades dentists have been offering the Phillips Zoom teeth bleaching system and charging up to $1,200 for a treatment.

A professional teeth whitening service is a cosmetic process and does not require you to be a dentist. You can offer the service from a salon, beauty clinic, barbershop or even as a home or mobile business. 

Australian regulations allow non-dental practitioners the use of up to 6% HP (hydrogen peroxide) or 18%CP (carbamide peroxide) to be used for cosmetic teeth whitening.

Teeth Whitening Wholesale specializes in offering the very best technology to beauty professionals and mobile technicians. We provide affordable teeth whitening business opportunities and start-up systems to give your clients professional tooth bleaching in their own home or your salon.

We have custom designed a range of systems tailored for salon, mobile and even dentist use. Our complete online training course will have you offering the most professionals service to your client is a matter of hours.


IS LED WHITENING BAD FOR YOUR TEETH?

Our safe and gentle products and straightforward procedures make offering teeth whitening to your clients a breeze. The process, when done correctly, is safe on teeth and gums. The ADIA say it is safe to have a teeth whitening treatment every 3-4 months without risking harm to your enamel.


WHAT IS IN-OFFICE TEETH WHITENING?


Our Professional Teeth Whitening system produces maximum results in less than one hour. The LED light activates the whitening gel and oxidizes the pigment of the teeth reducing discolouration the teeth. The results produce an improvement of five to fourteen shades for most clients.

Our machines are fully Australian compliant and have CE and electrical safety certificates. We are registered with NICNAS for the importation and sale of peroxide gel.

Our teeth whitening starter systems come with everything you need to get started. The business you create will be your own whether you work from home or in a salon you will keep all the profits. This is not a franchise it is your very own business, to grow and be proud of with our full company support.

1. Low start-up cost

2. Work the hours you want

3. All equipment supplied to get you started

4. Complete training supplied

5. Excellent backup support

6. Huge demand

7. NO hidden cost

8. NO ongoing fees

9.NO franchise percentage to pay

10. You keep all your profits
 

WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW BEFORE HAVING A TEETH WHITENING TREATMENT?

When it comes to tooth-bleaching, you've got two options: in-chair teeth whitening, or a take-home treatment. So what’s the difference and what do I need to know before getting my teeth whitened?

Both teeth whitening options generally use peroxide-based whitening gels however there are non-peroxide options available however the best results come from peroxide-based treatments.


HOW LONG DO I LEAVE WHITENING GEL ON MY TEETH?

Many people believe, the longer you keep a stronger solution on your teeth, the whiter your teeth become. However, this is not the case. Peroxide gel peeks after being applied for 20 minutes and there is little or no benefit after this. Keeping the gel on longer will dehydrate the tooth and increase sensitivity to the teeth and gums. To increase the results it is best to remove the gel completely and repeat the application. Using stronger peroxide or leaving the gel on for long periods will not give better results it will only cause more pain and sensitivity with a risk of blisters in the mouth. 

There are pros and cons to each option, but before you try home bleaching kits, talk to your dentist about the condition of your teeth and gums and ensure you have no dental work required before doing any whitening treatment. Not everyone will see good results as your teeth will only lighten to their original colour. Some people have naturally yellower teeth than others. There are also conditions like fluorosis and intrinsic stains which will not benefit from a whitening treatment no matter who does it of what teeth whitening products are used. Whitening will not lighten porcelain veneers, fillings or crowns.
 

WHAT RESULTS CAN MY CLIENTS EXPECT FROM AND IN-CHAIR TREATMENT?

We get fantastic results from our products with results of 5 to 14 shades whiter able to be achieved on untreated teeth. Results will be reduced if the client uses any home whitening products or has had an in-chair treatment in the past 2 years. Most clients are thrilled with their results but some have unrealistic expectations. Teeth whitening will not produce paper while results like seen in the movies this is a result of having the surface of the teeth replaced with porcelain veneers. Tooth bleaching will remove stains from the surface of the teeth and return them to the colour they were originally grown.

When done in-chair the client can get maximum results in less than 1 hour. The whitening solution is activated by an accelerator lamp which can get your teeth as white as they will go by whitening in a single visit. So what does this mean? How white will your teeth go? Your teeth will whiten to the colour they were originally prior to staining by diet and lifestyle. Teeth whitening removes stains from the surface of the teeth, it doesn't whiten enamel no matter who does it.


The cost of in-chair tooth whitening varies but can range from $500 to $1,000 if performed by a dentist or a non-dental professional technician can offer the treatment from $99 to $299.

Once your teeth are whitened you will need to avoid dark coloured food and drink for 24-48 hours to avoid re-staining while teeth are porous.

WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW BEFORE HAVING A TEETH WHITENING TREATMENT?


When it comes to tooth-whitening, you've got two options: in-chair or a take-home treatment. So what’s the difference and what do I need to know before getting my teeth bleached?

Both options generally use peroxide-based gels however there are non-peroxide options available however the best results come from peroxide-based treatments. 

Many people believe, the longer you keep a stronger solution on, the whiter your smile becomes. However, this is not the case. Peroxide gel peeks after being applied for 20 minutes and there is a little benefit after this. Keeping the gel on longer will dehydrate the tooth and increase sensitivity. To increase the results it is best to remove the gel completely and repeat the application. Using stronger peroxide will not give better results it will only cause more pain and sensitivity with a risk of blisters in the mouth. 

There are pros and cons to each option, but before you try home kits, talk to your dentist about the condition of your teeth and gums and ensure you have no dental work required before doing any whitening treatment. Not everyone will see good results as your teeth will only lighten to their original colour. Some people have naturally yellower teeth than others. There are also conditions like fluorosis and intrinsic stains which will not benefit from a bleaching treatment no matter who does it or what products or equipment are used. Whitening will not lighten porcelain veneers, fillings or crowns.


HOW DOES IN CHAIR TEETH WHITENING WORK


In-chair treatments can get maximum results in less than 1 hour. The peroxide solution is activated by an accelerator lamp which can get your teeth as light as they will go in a single visit. So what does this mean? How white will your teeth go? Your smile will lighten to the colour it was originally prior to staining by diet and lifestyle. Teeth whitening bleaches stains from the surface of the teeth, it doesn't whiten enamel no matter who does it even a dentist. 

The cost of in-chair tooth whitening varies but can range from $500 to $1,000 if performed by a dentist with Zoom or a non-dental professional technician can offer the treatment from $99 to $299.

Once your teeth are whitened you will need to avoid dark coloured food and drink for 24-48 hours to avoid re-staining while teeth are porous.


HOW DO HOME TEETH WHITENING PRODUCTS WORK?


There is a huge range of tooth bleaching choices tooth whitening strips, pens. Each home treatments will only achieve around half a shade whiter. These products usually need to be applied once or twice a day for 10 to 14 days. Keep in mind you must avoid staining food and beverages for at least 24 hours after each time you use this method which can be a little annoying after a while.

Tray-based systems have a mouth guard which is filled with a peroxide-based gel or paste and placed over the teeth for half an hour a day for up to four weeks. You can buy tray-based tooth bleaching systems over-the-counter or have one custom-fitted by your dentist. The cost can range from $15 to $250. Again avoid staining food for 24 hours after each application.

These products are mildly abrasive all toothpaste helps remove stains from teeth. Whitening toothpaste, however, also contain chemicals or polishing agents that help scrub stains from teeth. These toothpastes are relatively inexpensive and brighten teeth by about one shade. Some whitening toothpaste contain peroxides, but they aren't left on the teeth long enough to have a bleaching effect. Extended use of these products can damage tooth enamel.

WHAT RESULTS CAN MY CLIENTS EXPECT FROM AND IN-CHAIR TREATMENT?


We get fantastic results from our products with results of 5 to 14 shades lighter able to be achieved on untreated teeth. Results will be reduced if the client uses any home products or has had an in-chair treatment in the past 2 years. 

Most clients are thrilled with the results of their treatment, however, some have unrealistic expectations. Teeth whitening will not produce paper white teeth like seen in the movies this is a result of having the surface of the teeth replaced with porcelain veneers. Tooth bleaching will remove stains from the surface of the teeth and return them to the colour they were originally prior to staining. We have great live results our clients are getting on our Facebook or Instagram page. 
 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: How long does a treatment take?

A: Less than one hour with a triple treatment is all that is needed to achieve maximum results.

Q: What results can be expected?

A: This depends on each individual and the extent of discolouration, generally from 5-14 shades lighter can be achieved. The more stained your teeth the more dramatic the result will be. Teeth whitening whether done by a dentist or another technician will not whiten your tooth enamel the process will bleach the stains on the surface of your teeth. The results are also relevant to how regularly you have a teeth whitening procedure or use home whitening treatments. Where whitening is done every 6-12 months it is considered a maintenance procedure and results will be less dramatic. 

Q. Should teeth whitening be done by a Dentist?

A. Teeth whitening is a cosmetic procedure that is non-dental. The products we use are gentler than and just as effective as those used by the dentist. All our products are Australian compliant and produced to the highest standards. Teeth whitening does not whiten your natural enamel colour. 

Q: Is teeth whitening safe?

A: We offer the latest peroxide gel compliant with Australian standards. We have a hygienic non-touch procedure at NO time will a technician touch your mouth. Our gel is gentle and safe, problems are extremely rare. The process is safe for crowns and veneers although these will not lighten as much as natural teeth.

Q: Is teeth whitening suitable for everyone?

A: It is not recommended for children under 16 years of age or for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not have a treatment if you have gum disease or are requiring dental work.

Q: How long will a teeth whitening treatment last?

A: Teeth will maintain their fresh new appearance for around one year. Re-staining depends largely on diet and lifestyle. Smoking, coffee, tea, fruit juice, sodas all staining foods and beverages will eventually re-stain your enamel.

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