How often can I whiten my teeth using this process?
An average interval between treatments is three months. However, you can whiten your teeth more often as long as your teeth and gums are healthy.
Will fillings and crowns be affected by the process?
Peroxide will not have a negative effect on the integrity of fillings and crowns. Although these materials will not whiten with any type of bleaching procedure, the Smile White Now peroxide will remove staining from composite materials.
What is the procedure and how does it work?
The process varies slightly depending on whether you use our at-home kit, or visit us in the salon. Scroll down to view the instructional video on using your at-home kit.
What is your money-back guarantee?
It's simple: if our product fails to whiten your teeth, send it back for a full refund, excluding shipping and handling.
Is teeth whitening for everyone?
No. Pregnant and nursing mothers, children under the age of 14 and diabetics should consult their physicians prior to undergoing any whitening procedure. In addition, people with severely stained or discolored teeth may require more aggressive cosmetic procedures such as bonding or veneers.
Use at your own risk. Purchasing this kit frees all distributors, manufacturers and affiliates from all liability associated with the use of this system. Always check with your dentist before using any teeth-whitening products. Do not use if pregnant or lactating. Do not use if periodontal disease or other medical conditions exist in the mouth. Do not use if you have a history of allergic reactions to peroxide products. A temporary side effect of tooth sensitivity or mild tissue irritation is possible but usually transient and may last for a day or two. Avoid beverages that contain citrus and hot and cold drinks 24 hours after treatment. If you have any adverse reactions terminate treatment and consult your health professional.
How long does it take to whiten my teeth?
One treatment only takes 30 minutes.
What results can I expect?
On average, 2-5 shades of whiter, brighter teeth.
Can teeth whitening damage my gums and tooth enamel?
No, it will not. Actually, carbamide peroxide has been found to have a healing effect on the gums. Many teeth whitening procedures use peroxide for whitening and it has been proven not to harm tooth enamel. For those sensitive to peroxide, we offer an alternative all-natural gel (ingredients listed below).
What's in the gel you use?
The Smile White Now peroxide gel is made fresh here in the USA. It's a 44% carbomide peroxide gel that includes: deionized water, glycerin, alcohol, carbomer, polysorbate 20, aloe vera barbadensis leaf extract, sodium saccharin, potassium sorbate, triethanolamine disodium EDTA, flavor.
Our all natural formula without peroxide contains: Glycerin, Sodium Bicarbonate, Carbomer, Polysorbate 20, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Flouride, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Cahmomile) Flower Extract, Flavor
Are there any adverse effects?
A small percentage of clients experience gum and/or tooth sensitivity with the peroxide solution during a whitening procedure, however, it typically dissipates over the course 24-48 hours.
How long will the results last?
The initial results last the average consumer 6 months to a year. However, individual results will vary depending on genetics, dental make-up, age, and lifestyle habits such as, smoking, drinking tea, coffee, red wines or any other dark, acidic liquids.
Tip: Once you have whitened your teeth, it’s a good idea to use a take-home whitening gel pen to touch up your teeth to maintain the results.