Teeth Whitening is the perfect treatment for weddings, birthdays, special occasions, and anyone who desires a brighter smile.

I use a 6% Hydrogen Peroxide Gel (highest legal level), and a professional grade LED (Light Emitting Diodes) lamp to whiten your teeth. I also offer a remineralising gel for those with sensitivity.

The appointment takes approximately 1hr,  and your teeth can whiten up to 10 shades. And, depending on you eating, drinking, and smoking habits, the effects of the treatment can last 12  months. It can take you months of tedious gel application at home to achieve what I can in 1hr.

All the products I use are Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), Australian Dental Association (ADA), and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compliant. All the products I use are cruelty free. And, I am a registered and insured business.

I offer a mobile service for your convenience, or a discount if you visit my Home Salon (by appointment only). I also offer discounts for couples, and package deals.

Whiter Teeth In 1hr


What Causes Tooth Staining?

Age: There is a direct correlation between tooth colour and age.

Starting colour: We are all equipped with an inborn tooth colour that ranges from yellow-brownish to greenish-grey, and intensifies over time. Yellow-brown is generally more responsive to whitening than green-grey.

Translucency and thinness: These are also genetic traits that become more pronounced with age.

Eating habits: The habitual consumption of red wine, coffee, tea, cola, carrots, oranges and other deeply-coloured beverages and foods causes considerable staining over the years.

Smoking habits: Nicotine leaves brownish deposits which slowly soak into the tooth structure and cause intrinsic discolouration.

Drugs/chemicals: Tetracycline usage during tooth formation produces dark grey or brown ribbon stains which are very difficult to remove. Excessive consumption of fluoride causes fluorosis and associated ar-eas of white mottling.


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Grinding: Most frequently caused by stress, teeth grinding and gnashing can add to micro-cracking in the teeth and can cause the biting edges to darken.

Trauma: Falls and other injuries can produce sizable cracks in the teeth, which collect large amounts of staining and debris.