Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How is this service different from over the counter whitening strips?

A: Our product not only works faster than whitening strips but it gives you back time in your day. We can do one or two 15 minute treatments in the same day to get you the results that it would take over two weeks at two 30 minute sessions per day using a traditional whitening strip.

Q: Does teeth whitening cause my teeth to become more sensitive or cause damage to my fillings?

A: Sensitivity is very rare after the procedure and will not cause any damage to fillings or enamel. The main ingredient in Beaming White gel is hydrogen peroxide which has been safely used to whiten teeth for over 100 years. The percentage of hydrogen peroxide used is only 16% where others contain as much as 50%. A very small percentage of customers may experience minor gum sensitivity after the procedure; however some sort of analgesic almost always resolves the feeling.

Q: What is the difference between carbamide and hydrogen peroxide?

A: The two most common active ingredients in teeth whitening are hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide. Carbamide peroxide acts more slowly and will need to remain on your teeth for longer. A hydrogen peroxide product is used for shorter duration and is the active ingredient in our gels we use.

Q: How much whiter will my teeth get?

A: Results vary from each client, however we have seen upwards of 2 - 8+ shades whiter after one treatment and up to 12 shades whiter with two or more treatments.

Q: How often can I whiten my teeth?

A: Some results can last up to two years. We recommend you whiten your teeth every six months depending on your consumption of red wine, tobacco, coffee, tea, and other items that will stain your teeth.

Q: Are there any people that should not whiten their teeth?

A: There are very few people that should not whiten their teeth. Pregnant or lactating women, people with poor enamel or decalcification caused by excessive use of fluorides, people with periodontal disease (including gingivitis or gums in poor condition), people that wear braces or recently have had oral surgery, people with open cavities, people with a history of allergic reactions to peroxide products, and people with silver cavities in, near, or behind the front teeth. People under the age of 16 also should not whiten their teeth.



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