Melbourne Teeth Whitening
A Whiter Smiley locations:
- Bentleigh East
- Box Hill
- Caulfield South
- East St. Kilda
- North Coburg
- North Fitzroy
- South Melbourne
- St. Kilda
The BriteSmile Teeth Whitening (Melbourne, Australia)
The BriteSmile Teeth Whitening - formula
The BriteSmile whitening uses a lamp emitting the blue-green light, a delivery device, which illuminates all smile teeth at once and a patented peroxide gel, optimised to obtain a maximal whitening effect. The BriteSmile whitening is absolutely safe for the patients.
The gel consists of a 15% hydrogen peroxide gel compatible with tooth enamel. The BriteSmile whitening gel also contains other ingredients such as glycerin and highly purified water to prevent tooth dehydration and to further ensure safety. The gel also contains a patented photo-initiator, which assists in chromophore destruction at the tooth's surface.
The BriteSmile Teeth Whitening - light
The BriteSmile whitening light can whiten all "smile line" teeth simultaneously and uniformly. On average its application results in amazing 9.3 shades of improvement.
It is arguably the fastest and easiest teeth whitening method. The BriteSmile warns against the imitators who claim to achieve same results by measuring against the not recognised scale.
The BriteSmile Teeth Whitening - gel
The BriteSmile gel contains a photo-initiator acts as a catalyst. The BriteSmile accelerates its natural teeth whitening compounds.
Just before the second and third applications of the gel a liquid whitening accelerator is applied. It conforms to the new treatment protocol of BriteSmile whitening.
The blue-light triggers the gel which is specifically tuned to respond to certain wavelengths of light.
Thanks to the blue light and hydrogen peroxide, BriteSmile whitening treatment allows patients to leave in just over an hour with their teeth at their optimal whiteness.
It is also completely safe, because unlike sunlight, the BriteSmile whitening light does not release harmful ultra-violet rays. Instead, it operates in the gentle blue-green spectrum, which is safe for tooth enamel as well as skin, gums, and other soft tissues.