LASER TEETH WHITENING
4-8 shades lighter on average (in just 1 session)
Zero to minimal sensitivity
4 different gel levels to chose from
Vegan & Cruelty Free
Health Canada Registered
laser teeth whitening
So, you enjoy your coffee, tea, cigarettes and red wine but sadly, all that good stuff comes with repercussions; and now your once pearly whites have gone a serious shade of yellow.
Your options are:
A) Fork up some serious cash to get your teeth whitened at the dentist. OR...
B) Try a gradual home whitening kit or strip.
Chances are you’ve tried the latter only to be left with some serious sensitivity and results that are barely even noticeable.
COSMETIC TEETH WHITENING
FASTER THAN STRIPS & MORE AFFORDABLE THAN THE DENTIST.
Mint Smilebar is revolutionizing the way you whiten your teeth by offering a LED teeth whitening method that is 7x faster than strips and a fraction of what the dentist charges. Our proprietary formula causes ZERO to minimal sensitivity. 9/10 of our customers experiences no sensitivity after their session!
HIGH POWER LED TEETH WHITENING TECHNOLOGY
Contrary to the name, laser teeth whitening typically use LED or UV light and not an actual laser. At Mint Smilebar, we use a high power LED teeth whitening machine in conjunction with our own high quality, Health Canada registered cosmetic teeth whitening gel to get your teeth up to 8 shades lighter in just 1 session. On average our customers see results that are 6 shades lighter (with the 60 min session), and most of our customers do not experience sensitivity!
We stand behind our product! Our teeth whitening is backed by a results guarantee. If the treatment did not lighten your teeth by at least 2 shades, then we will whiten your teeth again free of charge. In most cases, unsatisfactory results can be solved with more whitening time.
We can only guarantee that your teeth will lighten, we can't guarantee that your teeth will achieve a certain color. Teeth whitening can only remove stains, it doesn't alter the color of your natural teeth (the color of teeth you are born with), like your hair and skin, genetics determine what color your teeth are, there's a limit to how white your teeth can get, and that's determined by your genetics.