How to get the best results


 

We offer the strongest gels available for use outside of a dental clinic in Australia and the highest grade equipment.  When the process is done correctly most clients achieve maximum results in one treatment with our products which for the average person is 5-14 shades lighter.  What this means is 5-14 shades is the average level of staining a person with an average diet and lifestyle has on the surface of their teeth, who hasn’t had a whitening treatment for at least 12 months and hasn’t been using home products. 


HOW TO GET THE BEST RESULTS
 
RESULTS CHECKLIST
 
Here are a few things with you to assist you in getting the best possible results
 
1. Storing your gels in a cool dry place and not allowing them to get hot at any time is very important.  Allowing the gel to get hot will reduce its potency and effectiveness.  In the warmer months keep your gels in the fridge and take them out at least 1 hour prior to the treatment.  
 
2. Ensure you are doing at least 2 x 20 minute sessions with the accelerator lamp.  Some clients may require a 3rd or even 4th treatment to get maximum results depending on the level of staining.
 
3. Ensure the first gel application is completely removed from the teeth before reapplying the second treatment.  The teeth whitening gel peaks after 20 minutes and becomes inactive so if any gel is left it will prevent the fresh gel from making contact with the stains.
 
4. Make sure the LED lamp is as close to the clients mouth as possible without touching.
 
5. This is probably one of the most important things to note.  Ensure the client is FULLY reclined during the entire treatment or their saliva will wash the gel from their teeth.  During the teeth whitening treatment most clients will produce excess saliva.  Reclining the client means gel will stay on the teeth and the saliva will be safely swallowed.  If the client is not reclined the saliva will wash the gel from their teeth reducing the results.
 
6. It is important to ensure that during the process the clients head remains straight and directly under the lamp.  Using a mobile phone or device will often result in the client moving their head and reducing the results.
 
7. Make sure the teeth are clean and dry with the oral wipe prior to the gel application.  Any saliva, food particles or lip balm on the teeth will prevent proper contact with the gel.
 
8. Check the client has covered all the teeth to the gum line and in between the teeth with the gel to avoid a patchy finish.
 
9. Make sure you are using the same tooth and the same well lit area to monitor results with the shade guide.  Memory or photos will not necessarily be reliable.
 
10. Check if your clients have been using any home treatments or have had a recent in chair treatment as this will reduce the results as much of the work has already been done.
 
11. Teeth whitening will only bleach stains on the surface of the teeth, it will have no effect on intrinsic stains like dark shadows, dead nerves and tetracycline stains.  Veneers and crowns will not whiten.

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