Where are you located?
We provide a mobile service to all areas of Sydney – we come to you at your home, office or chosen location.
How long do results last?
After your Initial Treatment & Top Up Treatment, results can last between 3-12+ months depending on genetics, food/drinks & lifestyle habits
How many shades whiter will my teeth be?
This depends entirely on the person’s teeth condition and lifestyle. Our customers regularly achieve results of up to 11 shades whiter; with the average result being 6-8 shades.
Can you whiten veneers/caps/fillings/crowns?
These materials will not whiten beyond the shade they were made. Stains from food, drinks & smoking will lift returning them to their original shade, resulting in a whitening effect. We can either ensure your natural teeth don’t overtake the colour of your dental work or we can whiten your teeth as much as possible and you can look to have your dental work replaced to match your new white smile.
Do you have a clinic/location?
We regularly work out of salons in Sydney. Please get in touch with our team to find out our next salon date.
Does your whitening treatment fix tetracycline stains?
Our treatment can be effective on stains caused by the antibiotic tetracycline.Teeth Whitening will be more effective if the stains are not too deep within the teeth. Tetracycline stains are often one of the more difficult stains to remove but our team will be able to assist and advise you on the best way to treat your tetracycline stains. For any further information we recommend to consult your dental professional.
What product do you use?
We use 6% Hydrogen Peroxide & Blue LED Light
How long does the treatment take?
Please allow up to 2 hours for your appointment. This will include set up, treatment process and post aftercare instructions.
Can pregnant/breastfeeding women whiten their teeth?
Unfortunately, we are unable to perform the treatment on pregnant or breastfeeding women
Will I experience pain/sensitivity?
Some clients do experience pain and sensitivity during & after treatment. This is a normal and temporary side effect of teeth whitening usually only lasting a few days.