Cosmetic Teeth Whitening
Touch-Up SessionOne Whitening Session
Single SessionOne Whitening Session
Double SessionTwo Whitening Sessions
Multi SessionMultiple Whitening Sessions
Get your teeth white in 15 minutes!
Frequently Asked Questions:
Don’t you have to be a dentist to whiten teeth?
No, the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) have approved the use of peroxide for over-the-counter use. Our customers
perform the teeth whitening (sometimes called teeth bleaching) procedure on themselves..
We are there to guide them and verbally assist them during the chairside procedure, but
we never touch their mouths or teeth, we never give dental advice, and we never
represent ourselves as dentists. We recommend that our customers visit their dentist
regularly and if they do not, we will advise them to be seen by their dentist annually.
Do a lot of people get their teeth whitened?
Cosmetic Teeth Whitening is the #1 requested treatment procedure in a dental office, and
is second only to hair treatments in the beauty world. More people than you might
imagine have their teeth whitened. A nice bright, white smile can make a big difference
in the way a person feels about themselves, and can help boost confidence in almost any
How long does the SmileLABS process take from start to finish?
The chairside teeth whitening treatment process, takes a minimum of about a half hour
from start to finish to do a single treatment, and about 50 minutes total time to do a
double teeth whitening session. That includes initial paperwork, pre-treatment prep, and
post-treatment finishing and instruction. So, in less than an hour maximum, one can have
a whiter smile.
Does the SmileLABS process cause damage to teeth enamel?
No, research has shown that bleaching your teeth with peroxide-based gels does not harm
the enamel of the teeth. This type of bleaching has been done for over twenty years, even
with stronger whitening gels than what SmileLABS uses, and no damage to enamel has
How long will my teeth stay white?
One to two years is possible and depends greatly on the client’s lifestyle and habits. If
one drinks a lot of coffee, tea, dark soda, or red wine, or especially if one smokes, the
results will not last as long. These individuals may have to repeat the process more often.
Which starting teeth shades respond best to teeth whitening?
In general, if your teeth are stained yellow it will be easier to whiten them. Gray teeth are
harder to whiten and don’t respond as well as yellow-stained teeth. If one’s genetically
determined base teeth color is yellow (that is, not stained yellow), then those teeth will be
considerably harder to bleach white