Teeth whitening

Over time, teeth can become stained or discolored by certain foods and beverages, tobacco products, or simply the natural aging process. Brightening the shade of your teeth can be one of the fastest ways to significantly improve the appearance of your smile and boost your confidence. Teeth whitening can lighten the color of your teeth up to eight shades with just one treatment.

How Does Led Teeth Whitening Work?

The LED teeth whitening treatment at our clinic begins with a thorough clean of your teeth, followed by an application of a special gel, usually hydrogen peroxide-based (though sometimes carbamide peroxide gel is used as well). A mouth Retractor is then inserted, and the gel is applied onto the surface of the teeth. This whitening gel will provide better results than the teeth bleaching products available over the counter, as it contains a stronger bleaching agent. After the whitening gel has been applied, your cosmetic therapist will use a patented Cool Light system to activate the photoreceptors. This facilitates better gel penetration through the teeth' enamel.

Do You Offer A Clean & Scale?

No. We ONLY perform teeth whitening treatments. You will need to visit a Dental Hygienist or Dentist for any dental work or a clean & scale. 
Please note, that as cosmetic nurse/therapist, we can only provide oral hygiene advice and advice relating to teeth whitening. 
We cannot provide dental advice. For all your dental questions, please seek a dentist.

Dental Tetracycline?

Tetracycline periodontal fibers are used to help treat periodontal disease (a disease of your gums). Periodontal disease is caused by bacteria growing beneath the gum line. Tetracycline works by keeping the number of bacteria from growing.

How Long Do Teeth Whitening Results Last?

This is the most common question and unfortunately, there is no answer. 
The longevity of your teeth whitening results depends on how you care for your teeth after treatment. To keep teeth white and bright it is important to avoid consuming staining beverages and foods when possible.
If you do drink coffee, have red wine, Dark soft drinks like Coke and Fanta, or eat dark berries, Curries, Red pasta sauces, Artificial colour agents (found in ice blocks, Slurpees, lollies, etc). You can help prevent stains from forming by rinsing your mouth or brushing soon after consumption. The use of tobacco products is another habit that can create tooth discoloration, so you may want to consider quitting, cutting back, or using non-staining nicotine-based products instead. Also, make sure to keep up with your dental hygiene and professional cleanings once a year.
Another reason why your whitening might not last very long is because of your oral hygiene. If you don't brush your teeth at least twice daily and floss at least weekly but daily is preferred, then you cannot expect your teeth to stay white if you are not brushing them.

What Is Fluorosis?

Fluorosis is a cosmetic condition that affects the teeth. It's caused by overexposure to fluoride during the first eight to ten years of life. This is the time when most permanent teeth are being formed. After the teeth come in, the teeth of those affected by fluorosis may appear mildly discolored. Fluorosis, also called enamel hypoplasia. The enamel may be pitted, rough, and hard to clean. 

Will The Treatment Whiten Crowns, Veneers, Dentures, Or Artificial Composite Teeth?

Generally, whitening gels will not whiten the crown or veneer, or composite (also known as fillings or caps)
However, some of our customers have experienced their dental restorations to lighten with our treatments, but the fake teeth or fake part of the tooth will only ever go back to the original color the dentist applied. 

Who Are Teeth Whitening Best For?

The treatment is unfortunately not for everyone, simply because of the use of high-powered peroxides agents. 1st Lady Beauty will not perform LED teeth whitening on people who:
  • Are pregnant or are nursing newborns
  • wear braces or have had braces removed in the last six months
  • Are allergic to peroxides
  • Fluorosis
  • Dental Tetracycline
  • Gum disease (Gingivitis) 
  • Severe cavities and holes
  • Under 18 (we do accept people under the age of 18, however, you must have parental consent)
  • Sensitive teeth issues
  • Have decaying teeth or exposed roots/nerve endings
  • Have recently had oral surgery 
If you are unsure as to whether or not you would be eligible for professional LED teeth whitening laser treatment, our experts can assess you in a cosmetic consultation or you can consult with your dentist or oral surgeon.




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