How does it work?

Teeth whitening works by releasing oxygen ions from a tooth whitening gel that gently lifts stains from your teeth. Recent advances in technology have made this process faster and more efficient than ever before.

Using a plastic tray, a water-based whitening gel with an extra exygen molecule (H202) is applied to your teeth. A light is then used to speed up the chemical reaction of the whitening gel, allowing the process to happen quickly. The extra oxygen molecule helps to gently penetrate through dentin and enamel, removing discoloured proteins and leaving behind a pearly white smile.

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Free Consultation

We'll start with a Free Consultation to assess your teeth whitening needs. Age, condition of your teeth overall dental health, and lifestyle habits will be considered. Based on the discussion, we'll recommend the best treatment program for your smile goals.

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Please read the sections below for more information

Setting Realistic Expectations

Common stains like tea, coffee, red wine and tobacco are easily removed, however repeated consumption of darkening agents will reduce how long your brighter smile lasts.

With proper maintenance, and regular treatments, your smile will sparkle for years.

If you have artificial dental work, such as crowns, caps, veneers or composite fillings, they can be lightened back to the original condition, but will never be any whiter than when they were first installed.

Some people will see satisfying results with just one session, others will need a double session to achieve their desired brightness.

If your teeth start out with many dark stains, you may also need to book a follow up appointment several months later.

Prep for Treatment

Prior to treatment, it is important to ensure that you have good dental health. The chemicals used during the treatment can irritate cavities or dental issues like gum disease and gingivitis.

It is also good practice to brush and floss your teeth before your appointment.

During Your Session

As with all of our other procedures, you will need to wear protective goggles at all times during your treatment to protect your eyes from intense light.

The treatment is painless, but you may feel a slight tingling sensation while the light is active. This sensation will fade quickly following the treatment, usually in about 15 minutes.


After the treatment, you will need to avoid eating or drinking anything other than pure water for at least 1-2 hours. To maximize your results, you should also avoid coffee, tea, soda, red wine, grape juice and other dark liquids or sauces for at least 24-48 hours.

In rare cases where tooth sensitivity is an issue, we recommend using a sensitivity toothpaste for a few weeks before and after your session.

How Does It Work?

Our application does not require drilling or holes. It is completely painless, will not harm the tooth, and can be easily removed. Tooth Jewel is bonded by a dental grade adhesive which is light cured. After being light cured it is solid and will not come off until it is dissolved off by the client’s saliva, knocked off due to biting and chewing or taken off by a dentist.

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Give your smile that extra sparkle!

Swarovski® is considered to produce the finest precision-cut crystals in the world. Their crystals are polished to the highest standards of quality and sparkle like diamonds.

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Note: If you are younger than 18 years of age, parental consent is required.

Risk: Tooth Jewel could be swallowed during eating but will naturally come out later.

Some Simple Facts

Tooth Jewels are small in diameter (1.7mm, 1.9mm and 2.1mm)

It is non-invasive and painless.

Our application does not require drilling or holes.

Involves a procedure that only takes about 10 minutes using safe professional dental materials.

Requires no extra maintenance.

Can be removed or replaced any time has no effect on the tooth enamel once the jewel is removed or replaced.

It is stain resistant.

Does not obstruct regular brushing even if using an electric toothbrush nor restrict you from visiting your dentist or dental hygienist.