How does the whitening gel work?

Our SmileNow Bleaching Gel is tooth-friendly and vegan. It contains whitening ingredients that are activated by an LED light. These ingredients act on the coloring pigments in the tooth enamel and neutralize them. The gel and the LED light do not damage the oral flora and do not irritate the gums. The treatment is absolutely painless and has no side effects.

What should be observed after teeth whitening?

In the first 4 hours after the treatment, it is not recommended to eat, drink or smoke. We recommend to exclusively drink still water, in order to guarantee the whitening result for a lasting effect.

In the first 24 hours after the procedure, you should avoid tea, coffee, red wine and acidic foods and drinks (including fruits and juices). We suggest to eat non-colorant food (“white” food like rice, chicken, cauliflower, etc..) and to drink preferably still water.

How long does the result last?

How long your teeth stay bright depends largely on you, your enamel and your lifestyle. In principle, the result can last up to 12 months. Certain substances that stain teeth such as tobacco, coffee, tea, or red wine can lead to premature discoloration. Therefore, you should avoid them as long as possible.

How long does the teeth whitening procedure take?

For teeth whitening, usually one visit is sufficient. The result is immediately visible after the treatment. The exact duration of the teeth whitening is determined in the consultation on site, depending on your needs and desires.

Does the cosmetic teeth whitening have side effects?

You don't have to worry about that. Cosmetic teeth whitening is completely safe and has no side effects. It does not affect the enamel or gums. We use a specially developed whitening gel, which is completely hydrogen-peroxide-free and plant based. All our products have been chemically and toxicologically tested (not on animals!) and are approved as cosmetic products in Europe*. We nevertheless advise against treatment during pregnancy and breastfeeding. We also point out that the treatment does not work on artificial teeth.

*in compliance with EU guidelines nr. 1223/2009/EU and 2011/84/EU regulations

In addition, the following people should not have their teeth whitened:

Pregnant women
Breastfeeding women
Chemotherapy Patients
Children and young people under 18 years of age