BEAMING WHITE TEETH WHITENING

At Sirius Day Spa you’re less than an hour away from a Beaming White smile! Without question, we all want a beautiful smile. In fact, 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, friendly, and younger! Everyone feels better when they have great looking white teeth.
Sirius Day Spa Teeth Whitening Couple
Teeth Whitening Before and After

What does a Beaming White Teeth Whitening service entail?

It’s as easy as 1-2-3! Step 1. A comfortable cheek separator is placed in your mouth. Step 2. Your Sirius Day Spa trained technician will instruct you as to how to apply the concentrated hydrogen peroxide gel directly to your natural teeth. Step 3. Your technician will position a powerful Blue LED Light as close as possible to your teeth for three successive 15-minute treatments and off you go. The gel is reapplied between each 15-minute treatment removing surface and/or subsurface stains from eating, drinking or smoking things that leave stains on or in the tooth enamel. In less than an hour your teeth will be 4 to 8 shades whiter. Stunning Results!

Frequently Asked Questions about Teeth Whitening

How Long Do Teeth Whitening Results Last?
Exposing your teeth to staining foods and beverages will result in your teeth fading within a short time. However, if you avoid teeth-staining agents, whitening effects may last for a long period. Average results for peroxide-based whitening gels last approximately 6 months to 1 year depending entirely upon your own tooth enamel and on your habits.
Great news! Beaming White Teeth Whitening can be repeated every 3 months. The degree of whiteness achieved varies with each person depending on the level of staining and the condition of the teeth.

What are the Main Causes of Teeth Staining?
Among the major causes of teeth staining are:
1. Smoking Tobacco
Two of the main constituents of tobacco, tar and nicotine, are the major causes of teeth staining. While tar is naturally black, nicotine is a colorless compound until it gets into contact with oxygen turning it into a yellow, surface staining substance that sticks on teeth.

2. Food and Drinks
Beverages like tea, coffee, and red wine are among the major causes of teeth staining since they contain chromogens - intense color pigments - which attach to the surfaces of the teeth.

3. Age
Just beneath the white tooth enamel is the dentin, a yellowish softer area. As one ages, continuous brushing of teeth and more corrodes the enamel making the yellowish dentin more visible.

4. Medications
Some medications such as antipsychotics, antihistamines, and high blood pressure medications are among the major causes of teeth darkening.

5. Trauma
Teeth injuries can make teeth darken by releasing more dentin under the enamel.