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Over the years, our teeth are exposed to varying elements, such as drinking coffee, smoking and even aging, all of which can have an adverse effect on the appearance of our smile. Unfortunately, over time, these factors can contribute to our teeth becoming dull and discolored, which can affect the way we feel and present ourselves. We may smile less than we used to or feel self-conscious about our appearance. More and more people are now choosing teeth whitening to improve the look of their teeth and achieve a whiter, more brilliant smile.


SmileLABS™ is an easy, fast, top-quality teeth whitening system that ensures a brilliant smile every time. Designed to combat yellowing and remove old stains from your teeth, Smile Labs delivers outstanding professional results that are safe and hassle free. By removing both surface and embedded stains from teeth, this teeth whitening system ensures long lasting results.

DEBBIE PALUTIS

Certified Laser Teeth Whitener

WHAT CAUSES STAINING OF THE TEETH?

Our teeth are made up of a hard outer enamel layer that protects the teeth. Food, cigarette smoke, coffee etc., overtime cause discoloration. Gradually, these foreign materials accumulate to form a layer of hardened film on top of the enamel layer. After years of sitting on top of your teeth, this layer of foreign material slowly starts to seep into the enamel layer, causing the teeth to appear stained.

IS TEETH WHITENING RIGHT FOR YOU?​

Almost anyone with healthy teeth can benefit from teeth whitening. If you have discoloration but no serious dental problems, such as gum disease or cavities, then teeth whitening may be the best choice for you. One of our qualified staff members will be able to consult with you to figure out the best course of action to get your teeth looking as white and bright as possible. You may need to be prepared to repeat the process regularly for optimum results, as teeth whitening is often a process over time.

IS THE PROCESS SAFE?

Teeth whitening is gentle, safe and effective. In fact, teeth whitening has been used for nearly a century with a recent resurgence in its popularity due to the many benefits a healthy smile can achieve both personally and professionally. With new technology, the teeth whitening process has become more simplified and safe. Teeth whitening will not affect your enamel, teeth structure, bonding or restorations and causes no long term harmful effects to your teeth or gums.

HOW DOES THE SMILE LABS TEETH WHITENING SYSTEM WORK?​

SmileLABS™ uses a Peroxide-based Whitening Gel that is a specifically formulated photosensitive professional whitening bleach to deliver the maximum bright whitening results in the shortest amount of time. The Teeth Whitening Gel is placed in direct contact with the teeth, while keeping the gums, lips, and cheeks free of gel contact so there are no gingival irritation or sensitivity issues. The Teeth Whitening Accelerator Light then accelerates the whitening process by activating the photosensitive Teeth Whitening Gel. A 15 minute treatment yields an improvement of between 2-7 shades. The more treatments a person does, the whiter the teeth get.

WHEN CAN I SEE RESULTS?​

The SmileLABS™ teeth whitening procedure delivers instantly improved results. However for the most optimum results, a series of treatments may be performed.

HOW LONG WILL THE RESULTS LAST?​

Your long term results will depend on your habits and the foods you eat. People who smoke or drink coffee and tea regularly may see less effective results over time as the teeth continue to be discolored by these factors.