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What is the cost of teeth whitening?

In chair whitening completed at the dentist can cost any where from $500-$1000.

Take home whitening trays provided at the dentist can cost $350-$450.

Modern smile take home whitening kits are fraction of the cost; we use the same active ingredients as used by professional dentists.

We only focus on quality to provide the best results and customer satisfaction.

How do the Modern Smile kits work?

A solution is applied to a mouth-guard like tray.

The mouth guard like tray is designed based on the principles of human oral engineering.When you bite the mouth tray, it will completely fit, covering your teeth.

You then insert this tray into your mouth and sit back and relax while it goes to work for 30 minutes.

Modern smile teeth whitening kits are the most effective and desirable way to whitening/improve your teeth which would help grow your confidence. It is affordable and non-invasive.

What are the ingredients in the Modern Smile gel?

Propylene glycol, Glycerol,Deionized Water,Hydrogen Peroxide (6%), Carbomer, Carboxymethylcellulose sodium,Polyvinylpyrrolidone, Menthol, Sodium Hydroxide.

Is teeth whitening safe?

If you are concerned and want to know “is teeth whitening safe?” Rest assured that the hydrogen peroxide bleaching agents have been around for decades and are safe and effective when used in small doses. It is a low risk procedure with little to no side effects.

The products we use are safe, Australian and FDA compliant. 

Modern smile teeth whitening kits are the most effective and desirable way to whiten/improve your teeth which would help grow your confidence. It is affordable and non-invasive.

How long do the results last? 

In most cases, teeth whitening can last from six months up to two years. There's more chance of your teeth staying whiter for longer if you avoid smoking and food and drinks that can stain such as tea, coffee, beetroot, wine and cola drinks .

The majority of people will be able to whiten their teeth within 1-2 weeks. The more dark or discoloured your teeth are, the more effective the whitening gel.

 Is teeth whitening suitable for everyone?

 Teeth whitening is not suitable for the following:

  • For children under the age of 18.
  • Pregnant women or women who are breast-feeding. 
  • For ceramic and false teeth.
  • For Individuals who have gum disease or gum shrinkage.
  • Severe tetracycline and decayed teeth.
  • For defective enamel or damaged teeth.

If you are unsure if teeth whitening is suitable for you. Please feel free to contact us via email.