Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening With Instant Results!

How does the BleachBright Teeth Whitening system work?

For fast and effective teeth whitening, the BleachBright L.E.D. Whitening Kit and BB-Cool Advanced III light are just what you need. The BleachBright system is FDA approved, combining speed and convenience with amazing results. In just one 20-minute session, you’ll see your teeth lighten 2-8 shades! After you purchase your kit, our professionals will apply a gel to your teeth. They’ll then apply a special L.E.D. light to your teeth, and leave it to set for 20 minutes.

Is BleachBright Teeth Whitening system safe for sensitive teeth?

Research has proven that, if the customer’s teeth are in normal, healthy condition, there are no adverse side effects associated with any BleachBright products. BleachBright gels do not damage enamel and only affect the color of the dentin. However, individuals with tooth decay or other damage should avoid any teeth whitening treatments until they seek professional dental assistance and advice.

Are there any side effects?

No serious adverse side effects are associated with BleachBright products. Some people do experience blanching of the gum line, a mild tingling sensation, or sensitivity, all of which typically last no more than 24 hours and can be alleviated by applying vitamin E oil to the teeth and/or gums.

Do I have to wait before eating or drinking after my teeth whitening session?

We recommend avoiding coffee, tea, red wine, berries, candy, red sauces, and other teeth-staining foods and beverages for the first 24 hours after your session. Remember, though, that you can protect your teeth from staining with one of our enamel boosting products as well.

Are there any side effects?

No serious adverse side effects are associated with BleachBright products. Some people do experience blanching of the gum line, a mild tingling sensation, or sensitivity, all of which typically last no more than 24 hours and can be alleviated by applying vitamin E oil to the teeth and/or gums.