COSMETIC TEETH WHITENING
Teeth Whitening has become one of the most requested cosmetic treatments, and for good reason. Studies have shown that a beaming white smile not only makes you more attractive, it also helps you appear more intelligent, successful, and friendly! Everyone feels better when they have great looking white teeth.
At Loughner Massage & Lash Boutique we allow you to choose the amount of sessions you would like per sitting. Each session takes 15-20 Minutes. Most people will not see drastic results without at least 2 sessions which is why we have included a second session for FREE!
Results vary from person to person depending on how stained the teeth are before whitening, what caused the stains on the teeth, and how well the persons enamel reacts to the peroxide in our gel. But to give you an idea.... one treatment can provide 2-4 shades of whitening, 2 treatments can provide up to 8 shades of whitening, and 3 & 4 treatments can provide above 8 shades of whitening!
1 session plus a FREE second ~ $149 $99 INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL
Additional Sessions~ $25 each $20 EACH INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL
*introductory specials may expire at any time so don't miss out!
HOW IT WORK
We use a gel (16% hydrogen peroxide) that whitens the teeth and a blue LED light which accelerates the process. This is a safe treatment and generally has no sensitivity to the teeth and gums. Also, as opposed to using a gel tray, you will 'paint" the gel on your teeth which helps prevent the gel from touching your gums and prevents sensitivity.
After a teeth whitening treatment, the pores generally remain open for around 24 hours.
We recommend 2 or 3 consecutive treatments
per customer. If you don’t want to, or can't, have all the treatments during the same
visit, you can have come back for the next session the following day while the pores
are still open, but it really needs to be within 24 hours of the prior treatment.
You should not receive cosmetic teeth whitening treatments if:
-Are pregnant or lactating
-Have poor enamel or decalcification caused by excessive use of fluorides.
-Have periodontal disease.
-Wear braces or have worn braces in the past 6 months.
-Have recently had oral surgery.
-Have decaying teeth or exposed roots.
-Have open cavities.
-Have a history of allergic reaction to peroxide products.
-Have silver filings in, near, or behind the front teeth.
-Are under the age of 14.