Now you can have a Glamorous BriteWhite Smile!
Your smile is very important, it is one of the first things people notice when they first meet you. A cleaner,
whiter smile can take years off and truly boost your self-confidence! Few things inspire more confidence than
a beautiful smile full of bright, white teeth. Unfortunately, it’s very difficult to keep your teeth as white as
they were when you were a child, because two factors greatly contribute to stained, dull, and discolored teeth:
age and food. Stained or discolored teeth are very common among adults of all ages, and come from a variety
of sources, such as: Coffee, Red wine, Soda, Tea, Tobacco and Some medications. The key to a long-lasting,
BriteWhite smile is to have your teeth whitened before discoloration becomes too severe. When you come to
One Beautiful Image-Glamour Spa Boutique for teeth whitening services, you'll get solid professional
advice, care and a smile that will renew your confidence.
Advanced Teeth Whitening and Smile Enhancement
Smile with Confidence!
Our teeth whitening treatments are provided by Master Technician Dee D'labaj, using the finest teeth
whitening gel made and state of the art teeth whitening products.
PREMIUM Machines! PREMIUM Products! PREMIUM Service!
Tetracycline teeth are hard to whiten...Improvement can be expected with BriteWhite!
In the competitive world of business great skills, a positive attitude and willingness to step up and do the job
are all important. Whether we want to admit it or not, physical appearance is important too. A reasonable,
smile can be incredibly valuable in the business world, and that is why BriteWhite is the best choice.
Certain foods, such as coffee, tea, berries, red wine, chocolate, and dark sauces, are particularly known for
staining attributes. In addition, caffeine and tobacco can wear away the outer layer of your enamel, which
will expose the darker tissue of your teeth.
As we age, our enamel wears off naturally and our teeth become more absorbent and more susceptible to
staining. However, you should not let any of these factors detain you from having a beautiful BriteWhite
We offer custom teeth whitening treatments that are safe, effective, thorough, and can last up to five years.
While some whitening toothpastes and home teeth whitening treatments can help brighten your smile, they
are not as complete as our office whitening treatments and they do not last nearly as long.
Most home teeth whitening products only last a few weeks, but with our bleaching systems your teeth
whitening can last up to three years. Also, home whitening products are only effective against certain types
of staining. If you have any intrinsic staining –staining from the inside of your teeth –caused by any trauma,
medications, or fluorosis, over-the-counter teeth whitening will not be able to help. Depending on the
extent of the intrinsic discoloration, teeth whitening can greatly help, although veneers or lumineers may
be better suited for your situation.
Before getting your teeth whitened this is a must-read...
Important Pre-consultation Teeth Whitening Information
The first step in deciding whether or not to whiten teeth should always be to determine the cause of the tooth
discoloration. The optimal, most natural-looking tooth shade is always the one that creates a match between
the whiteness of the teeth and the whites of a person's eyes.
There are several causes for discoloration - abscessed teeth, decay, and root canal problems, to name a few -
for which bleaching will mask but not resolve the problem. There are also some aesthetic considerations,
such as how much of your teeth and gums show when you smile. Also, exposed tooth roots don't bleach, so if
you have root exposure, your results won't be ideal. In either of these cases, you may want to consider other
In-office whitening procedures begin by protecting your lips, gums and mouth, leaving only your teeth
exposed for the application of the whitening gel solution with a brush.
A large body of research on bleaching has determined that low concentrations of peroxide, from a reputable
source is safe for whitening teeth. However, tooth sensitivity is a common side effect of bleaching. Solutions
that are more acidic can etch the enamel from the teeth, especially if used for long periods of time, so are to be
avoided. The most common and thoroughly researched bleaching substances are 10% carbamide peroxide
(used at home in mouth-trays) 22% hydrogen peroxide (used in most salons and spas with little to no
pain) and 35% hydrogen peroxide (used in a dentist's office usually with moderate to extreme pain).
Carbamide peroxide is actually hydrogen peroxide plus urea.
Using hydrogen peroxide to whiten teeth is a stronger, faster way to white teeth when compared to using
carbamide peroxide. Most dental offices prefer using hydrogen peroxide because of its speed and strength. A
lower-dosage form of hydrogen peroxide is carbamide peroxide. This is what people typically use in home
teeth-whitening sessions. Most store bought teeth-whitening kits use carbamide peroxide. Most whitening
treatments from dental offices, use hydrogen peroxide.
Carbamide peroxide is made from hydrogen peroxide by adding a urea molecule to the hydrogen peroxide
molecule. Carbamide peroxide is equal to approximately 1/3 of hydrogen peroxide. A treatment of 18 percent
carbamide peroxide is equal to a treatment of approximately 6 percent hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen
peroxide whitening treatments are typically concentrated between 9 and 40 percent.
Hydrogen peroxide treatments work much faster to whiten teeth, compared to carbamide peroxide
treatments. This is why dental offices use them. The difference in speed occurs because carbamide peroxide
does not begin to whiten teeth until it breaks down into hydrogen peroxide. This process generally takes
approximately 15 minutes. If a person has a 20-minute carbamide peroxide treatment, the person is only
getting whitening effects for the last five minutes. With hydrogen peroxide treatments, the whitening begins
almost immediately and the treatments generally only last for around 15 to 30 minutes. This type of treatment
produces whiter teeth in less time.
Many suppliers of teeth whitening kits use carbamide peroxide because it causes less irritations to the gums
than the use of hydrogen peroxide. Carbamide peroxide is gentler because it is not as potent. Carbamide
peroxide also is more stable than hydrogen peroxide, and has a much longer shelf life.
Before teeth whitening your teeth yellow with age; a variety of foods and beverages can also cause darkening
and discoloration. After teeth whitening a smile can be returned to a BriteWhite Smile.
Teeth sensitivity during the whitening process: First of all, if you already know you have sensitive teeth, there
are precautions you can take before beginning the bleaching process. Brushing with a desensitizing toothpaste
containing potassium nitrate for two weeks prior to bleaching can reduce sensitivity. At Glamour Spa
Boutique we also begin treating your gums with vitamin E oil, duration of treatment, and after your teeth
whitening treatment to help with sensitivity and blanching, which may cause slight irritation of the gums.
All teeth do not reach the same whiteness. Each tooth has its maximum whiteness beyond which it will not
whiten, regardless of the technique or material used. Peroxide goes through the enamel (the outermost layer)
and dentin (middle layer) to the pulp (innermost layer) in 5 to 15 minutes. It changes the genetic color of the
dentin and the enamel, and removes stains. Most teeth get more opaque upon bleaching, but a tooth that's
already translucent can become more translucent and may not appear to whiten at all. In these cases, a tooth-
colored composite (filling material) placed on the tongue side of the tooth can improve its appearance.
Generally, it's been noted that you can bleach your teeth at age 14 or older, as most of the front (permanent)
teeth are in by that time. I believe that if a young person has discolored teeth, it is better to whiten them than
wait and have the child deal with the embarrassment of the discoloration. Sensitivity is seldom a problem with
younger people. And older people's teeth bleach well as long as there is no significant root exposure, as
mentioned earlier. I have found that individuals over 45 generally appear 10 years younger with whiter teeth.
Professional In-office teeth whitening can achieve an approximate 6-10 shades improvement in 1-3 office
visits. At-home systems using professionally made dental trays require approximately 7 nightly applications to
produce a 6-shade improvement. At-home whitening strips require 16 daily applications to produce a 6-shade
Basically there are three options: in-office whitening, at-home bleaching with custom-made flexible plastic
trays (called nightguard vital bleaching), and over-the-counter (OTC) products. Within each of these the
technique can vary, as does the concentration of bleaching solutions and duration of treatment.
The in-office bleaching solutions are the strongest, so precautions must be taken by the dentist to protect the
gums from coming in contact with them. As for comparisons among the three options, one study found that a
six-shade change required either: three in-office applications of 22-35% hydrogen peroxide, one week of 10%
carbamide peroxide used at home nightly in a custom-made tray or 16 daily application of 5.3% hydrogen
peroxide on a strip. Of course, your own preferences, lifestyle, and finances will also come into play when
making a treatment choice. It's important to keep in mind that all three of these options should eventually
achieve the maximum whiteness allowed by the tooth given enough time to work. Trauma is often responsible
for a single tooth becoming darkened. Dark teeth after teeth whitening can dramatically enhance a smile.
Tooth-colored composite (plastic resins) or ceramic (porcelain) tooth restorations can't be lightened with
bleach. They remain the same color. Therefore, you will have to consider what your smile will look like if your
natural teeth get lighter but your restorations do not. This is a good topic to discuss with your dentist, who can
run through the options in your particular case.
How long your teeth whitening will last, varies among individuals. No bleaching method can whiten teeth
permanently. Typical results vary from six months to two years. However, some people's teeth remain white
for over 10 years with no touch-up treatment.
Keep up with your regular oral hygiene routine at home and your professional cleanings at the dentist's office.
Avoid tobacco and beverages that stain, such as red wine, tea and coffee. You can also consider a bleaching
touch-up once or twice a year at home or in-office. Your teeth whitening specialist can advise you about
maintenance protocols that best serve your particular needs.
Pre-Qualifying for Appointment
Unfortunately we cannot treat anybody suffering from any of the following conditions:
* Skin Cancer
* Seizure Disorders including Epilepsy
* All Heart Conditions
* Inflammatory Disease
* Pregnant or Breast Feeding
* Rheumatic Fever
SIDE EFFECTS OF TEETH WHITENING
The following are the typical side effects of an at-home or professional teeth whitening treatment. Please be
aware of these before attempting any teeth whitening treatment.
BLANCHING AND MINOR GUM IRRITATION
Sometimes the gums will turn white and possibly even sting a little, particularly with a professional teeth
whitening treatment. This is called blanching and is very temporary. Rinse well and apply some vitamin e to
the irritated gum area (optional). Gums should return to normal within 5-20 minutes. If you have severe
irritation, either your gums are not healthy or you could be having an allergic-type of reaction.
Although uncommon, some people can experience some tooth sensitivity called “zingers” during the first 24 –
48 hours after the whitening treatment. People with existing sensitivity, recently cracked teeth, micro-cracks,
open cavities, leaking fillings, or other dental conditions that cause sensitivity may find that these conditions
increase or prolong tooth sensitivity after the treatment. If you experience tooth sensitivity after the
treatment, you can use Sensodyne™ toothpaste to ease the discomfort. Brush your teeth with this toothpaste
until tooth sensitivity goes away.
If you have tooth sensitivity do not begin with your touch-up pen treatment at home. Wait until the sensitivity
goes away and then begin with the home treatment.
After the treatment, it is natural for teeth color to regress somewhat over time. This is normal and should be
very gradual, but it can be accelerated by exposing the teeth to various staining agents, such as coffee, tea,
tobacco, red wine, colas, citrus drinks and fruits, etc. Do not eat or drink anything except water for the first
hour after the treatment because the gel opens the pores of the enamel and makes the teeth very vulnerable to
staining agents. If you purchased a touch-up pen or a take-home kit (which is highly recommended in order to
avoid color regression) be aware that the pores of your enamel will remain open for as long as you use it so
you should refrain from staining agents till you stop using the pen. You can resume your normal habits 24
hours after you conclude the touch-up pen treatment. Also, be aware that drinks and food are not the only
things that can stain our teeth when the pores are open; lipstick, for example, can stain too. Do NOT apply
lipstick soon after whitening your teeth.
Warning: Most people will experience mild, transient gum and/or lip irritation if the gel is allowed on the lips
or gums. However, a very small percentage of people experience an allergic type reaction whether or not the
gel touches soft mouth tissue that manifests as burning and blistering of the gums and/or lips. If this occurs,
discontinue home use immediately, rinse the irritated area well, and consult your doctor or dentist if desired.
BriteWhite Professional In-Office Teeth Whitening
BriteWhite Silver Treatment: With this silver treatment, you will spend 30 minutes under the LED light,
finishing with our BriteWhite Mineral Treatment. Many people see excellent results with the double
treatment. It just depends on your degree of staining and how receptive your enamel is to the whitening.
20 minute session - $125
This treatment will whiten your teeth approximately 2 to 3 shades.
(also used for a maintenance session)
BriteWhite Gold Treatment: With this Gold treatment, you will spend 40 minutes under the LED light,
finishing with our BriteWhite Mineral Treatment. This provides dramatic results and is the best value for
those who have stained teeth and are seeking maximum results with this type of teeth whitening treatment.
40 minute session - $175
This treatment will whiten your teeth approximately 4 to 6 shades.
BriteWhite Platinum Treatment: With this treatment, you will be under the LED light for a full hour,
finishing with our BriteWhite Mineral Treatment.
60 minute session - $265
This treatment will whiten your teeth approximately 6 to 9 shades.
This is our RECOMMENDED Treatment for most guests!
(Most dentist charge $400-$650 for a 1 hour treatment)
After-care Instructions & Dietary Suggestions!
Teeth Sensitivity, although uncommon, you may experience some teeth sensitivity during the first 24 to 48
hours following your whitening treatments. If you have pre-existing sensitivity, recently cracked teeth,
micro-cracks, open cavities, leaking fillings, crowns, veneers, etc., and/or other dental conditions that cause
sensitivity, you may find that these conditions increase or prolong sensitivity after whitening treatments. If
you experience sensitivity, you can purchase our Minerals treatment pen, or you can use Sensodyne
toothpaste to ease the discomfort. Use either of these products until your sensitivity subsides.
If you do experience increased tooth sensitivity, DO NOT begin using your home whitening products,
until the sensitivity has subsided to normal.
Relapse. After whitening treatments, it is natural for your teeth to regress in color somewhat over time.
This normal and should be very gradual. But, this process is accelerated by exposing your teeth to various
staining agents in your diet, such as coffee, tea, tobacco, red wine, colas, citrus drinks, dark juices and
For the first 1-2 hours following treatment, do NOT eat or drink anything but WATER. The peroxide
whitening gel opens the pores in your tooth enamel, so immediately following your whitening treatments,
your teeth are especially porous and vulnerable to staining agents. Foods are not the only things that
can stain your teeth. Lipstick can also stain your teeth if applied immediately following your treatments.
Do not use lipstick for at least 2 hours following your whitening treatments.
Allergy to Peroxide or Aloe. Although it is uncommon, if you are allergic or sensitive to Aloe or Peroxide
Gel, you may experience a blister or sore on your lip following treatments. You can obtain Vitamin E oil
from a drug store and apply it to the sores to sooth them until they go away. Generally they disappear
within a day or two, without any treatment.
Results of Whitening Treatments. How long your whitening treatments last depends on 2 factors:
1. Your daily habits regarding after-care vs. diet
2. The porosity of the enamel of your teeth
If you expose your teeth to staining agents, such as tobacco, coffee, red wine, tea, colas, etc. on a regular
basis, and do nothing to removes those staining agents, your teeth will darken over time, and the results
will not last as long. If you have naturally porous enamel, your teeth are more vulnerable to staining and
your teeth will get stained again sooner than the average individual. Unfortunately, there is no way of
knowing this about your teeth until you whiten them. Generally speaking, with no maintenance care and
no change in diet, the results of your whitening treatments will may only last 6 months or less. On the other
hand, if your enamel is less porous, and you care for your teeth, the results can last as long as 2 years.
(24 to 48 hours after treatment)
Teeth whitening is becoming a very popular way to spruce up one's appearance without surgery. In-office,
chairside methods, are popular with both men and women, even for kids ages 13 and up. Although more
expensive than do-it-yourself, over the counter alternatives, in-office methods do a superior job and
provide immediate results.
After most procedures, clients will be cautioned that the whitening process continues for 24 to 48 hours
after the actual procedure, so it is necessary to be careful what you eat and drink during this time.
Since the tooth enamel is still absorbent, staining substances such as coffee, tea, blueberries, tobacco, or
virtually anything with color, will wreak havoc on the results you just paid several hundred dollars to
At first, the prospect of eating and drinking all "white or light" food may be intimidating. But there are
probably more options than you realize at first.
Drinks you CAN have:
Water, soda water, tonic water, Lemonade, skim milk
Drinks to AVOID:
Tea, coffee, Coke, Pepsi, Root Beer or any other dark sodas, orange juice, any dark grape or berry juices.
Alcoholic drinks you CAN have:
Vodka, Gin, Light Rum, White Wine, (anything clear)
Alcoholic drinks to AVOID:
Red Wine, Guinness, or other dark beers, dark rum, dark mixed drinks, etc. (anything dark)
Foods you CAN have:
Chicken, Turkey, White Fish (no Salmon), white rice, white pasta, white sauce, cauliflower, cottage cheese
potatoes. Foods that are light in color are generally good.
Foods to AVOID:
Carrots, beets, peas, sweet corn, broccoli, green beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, red lettuce, butter, dark
olive oil, red sauce, tomato sauce. Try to avoid sweets, candy and sugar as your teeth are more porous and
will absorb sugars for the first 24 to 48 hours. Keep your diet, light and white!
Continuing “BriteWhite Diet”
If you want to have a sparkling smile you should be careful what you eat. Some foods can damage your
enamel but others can help you keep your teeth healthier. Here are some foods that will not only make
your teeth healthier but they will also whiten them:
Chewing crunchy vegetables stimulates the production of saliva, which neutralizes harmful bacteria.
Vegetables also clean your teeth from any leftovers.
The cheese is good for the teeth because it is a source of calcium which is an essential nutrient for the
development of bones and teeth. Eating cheese results in a coating of calcium on the teeth that helps
protect against caries. Dr Geoff Craig, chair of the British Dental Association's health and science policy
group, said: "Calcium helps to resist decay and erosion.'' Cheese is also one of the most effective natural
Kiwis are very rich in vitamin C actually, a big kiwi can cover your daily needs of vitamin C. Vitamin C is
very important for the integrity of the collagen in your gums, collagen prevents bacteria from invading
your gums, which is the main reason for inflamed and bleeding gums.
It is recommended to drink eight glasses of pure water daily. In this way you can keep your gums hydrated
and maintain a good flow of saliva. It is your best natural defense against harmful caries causing bacteria.
Green tea has 10 times the amount of antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables, which makes it one of
the healthiest drinks out there. Antioxidants are proved to kill oral bacteria which can turn sugar to plaque.
Try to drink two to five cups of green tea regularly. However try to find decaffeinated tea as you might
have difficulty falling asleep. Eating those types of food will keep your smile healthier but it is equally
important to avoid the consumption of some foods, especially after teeth whitening procedures. Teeth
whitening products can brighten your smile but to maximize the result you should make slight changes in
your diet. Here are the foods which you should avoid:
Though it is well known the sugar in candy is a problem, hard candies are especially harmful as we tend to
hold them in our mouths longer. Also be aware that some gums are often made with sugar, so opt for the
sugar-free brand if available.
Pickles are made with vinegar, which is acidic, some companies include sugar as well. While the vegetables
are healthy in nature, the brine is not...Drinking water with your meal helps wash away acids and sugar,
but it is not a bad idea to brush your teeth afterward.
Even if they are sugar-free this doesn't mean your teeth are safe. The acidity of diet sodas is still extremely
harmful, making it one of the worst products for your teeth. Cutting carbonated drinks from your diet will
help you keep your teeth whiter for longer.
BriteWhite "Two-Day Menu"
Here is a two-day menu that can get you through the 48 hour cautionary period after whitening.
Day 1: Fruit salad of peeled apples, pears, and bananas with vanilla (or plain) yogurt.
Day 2: Egg white omelet with jack cheese and grits or cream of wheat.
Day 1: Grilled chicken breast with parmesan cream sauce.
Day 2: White corn chowder or potato soup.
Day 1: Fettuccini Alfredo with white asparagus.
Day 2: Broiled flounder with cauliflower & parsnip mash.
For those who prefer to make up their own menus, here is a list of ingredients by nutritional category that
are acceptable after teeth whitening.
Any white fish (such as flounder, bass, catfish, etc.), egg whites, chicken breasts, crab, white cheeses, white
Peeled pears, apples, bananas.
Parsnips, white potatoes, white corn, white mushrooms, any white beans (such as navy, Great Northern,
or cannellini), cauliflower, white asparagus, white hominy, turnips.
Milk, any white cheese (such as provolone, mozzarella, Swiss, etc.), plain or vanilla yogurt, vanilla ice
cream, cottage cheese, sour cream, cream cheese.
Grits, cream of wheat, white bread (without the crust), any white pastas (such as spaghetti, macaroni,
rigatoni, etc.), white rice.
When it comes to which foods are acceptable and which are not, it's better not to take chances. A good
rule of thumb is, if you wouldn't want it on your white shirt, then you shouldn't put it in your mouth.
1. Avoid extremely HOT or COLD liquids.
2. Avoid acidic foods and drinks. Get into the habit of drinking sodas or juices through a straw. This takes
the liquid past your teeth.
3. Cut back on drinking alcohol.
4. Tobacco will stain your teeth.
5. Use “smudge-proof” lipstick. Lipstick can stain your teeth, especially after treatments.
Just remember, if what ever you are eating or drinking, will stain a white cotton shirt, it will also stain your teeth!
Real Results, Real Testimonials...
* Excellent service and results!
* Dee Is Delightful And Very knowledgeable. She Explained Every Step Of The Teeth Whitening Process
And Made Sure I Was Comfortable.
* A little confusing to locate. Other than that, friendly service and pleased with service.
* The experience was amazing and I will definitely be going back.
* Excellent service with lots of extras to make the experience very comfortable for the client. Owner is very
kind and friendly. I was very impressed and will definitely return when I need the services again.
* Their primary means of communication is by text. be ready to communicate that way. The facility is nice, the
procedure is comfortable, and the product worked well. Little or no upselling pressure.
* It was great. My teeth feel new.
* She was so sweet and helpful! I absolutely loved it and plan on going back!
* I live an hour away from Glamour Spa but got such great service, I would make the trip even without a
* I had a great experience with Dee and Kim. They were some of the nicest people ever!
* I've always wanted to get my teeth whitened for a very long time but could not really be bothered with the
inconvenience. Dee visits through out your whole session is finished in an hour. Will be returning and
recommending Dee and I couldn't be happier with my new smile! :)
* Very professional. I am very happy with my teeth between 8-10 shades whiter! I would recommend Dee
any day and I love my new smile...I will be telling everyone I know! Thank you Dee
* Nice salon, friendly staff, will definitely recommend to people
* Dee was very professional considering I had not had my teeth whitened before she really explained herself
of what to expect and also gave great advice for the after-care treatment! Will for sure be recommending
Dee to friends and anyone else to get it done. So pleased with at least 8-9 shades lighter!
* Just had my teeth whitened and the results are amazing! I keep looking in the mirror and smiling. I can’t
wait to take my wedding pictures. Very professional service! I would recommend them to them to anyone.
* Looking forward to my next session.
* They were wonderful and I will definitely be returning.
* Dee was Very professional and really friendly, Can't stop smiling eight shades lighter. Will be recommending
her to all my friends and family, thank you Dee!
* Dee was very professional, explained everything well and made me feel at ease. She was also very easy to
talk to. The results are amazing. I have gained so much confidence back in just an hour. Thank you so
much and I would highly recommend Dee.
* Very professional service. Just had my teeth done very pleased with the results even booked my next
* Dee is very professional and explains everything. Really pleased with results...Smiling with pride and highly
* Highly recommend Dee, such a huge difference on my teeth, and I didn’t even think they were that bad
before getting it done. Had a few fears before my appointment, but Dee was very professional and helpful,
she explained everything. Now my teeth look brand new! Thank you so much
* Love my new look...HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Amazing results in 1 hour! My teeth were pretty white
anyway but now there bright white and completely painless!
* Donna is awesome! Extremely knowledgeable. I will continue to go there.
* Ridiculously cheap and convenient. Over the moon with the results. Literally can’t stop smiling!
* Extremely happy thank you so much! Fantastic result, not painful, very friendly and professional! Was
worth every penny and I will definitely recommend!
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NOTE: Information here is provided for informational purposes only. It is not meant to substitute for medical advice provided by your physician or other medical professionals. You should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your physician or health care provider.