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PureSmile Teeth Whitening

The natural treatment for a peroxide-free whiter smile in just minutes. But how effective is it and is it the right treatment for you?

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With PureSmile you can naturally whiten your teeth with less risk of side effects with its no-peroxide formula. We assess how it works, the cost, treatment time and pros and cons.

How does PureSmile whiten your teeth?

After a consultation with one of PureSmile's technicians, you will agree on a shade of whitening for your teeth. A gel is then sprayed onto your teeth and a sponge is used to evenly coat your teeth with the active ingredients. This will prepare your teeth for the treatment and help to activate the whitening agent.

A mouth tray is then filled with a peroxide-free gel, which is custom made for your teeth from dental-grade, natural ingredients.

The gel is a FDA-approved proprietary blend of active ingredients that are safe and gentle on your teeth. The mouth tray is then positioned in place and a dental grade LED light is applied.

Depending on the treatment package you opt for, this process will take about 45-60 minutes. At 15-minute intervals, your technician will re-apply the activating gel and repeat the whitening process. This ensures best results. All you have to do is sit back and relax.

How quickly does PureSmile whiten your teeth?

Your total treatment time includes a 15-minute consultation with your technician, followed by a 45-60-minute whitening session. Results are immediate.

How often you need to repeat this whitening treatment depends on your lifestyle and how badly stained your teeth get from eating and drinking.

How long will the results last?

The results you get from whitening your teeth with PureSmile should last about six to nine months. For the whitening treatment to last, it's recommended that you follow an after-care program.

After your treatment, your after-care program starts with 24-hours of avoiding food and drinks like tea, coffee, red wine and any other high-staining fluids, and that includes foods like blueberries. Smoking is also known to have a negative effect on your results.

Full after-care instructions are mailed to your home, so you get the best results from your treatment.

Cost of PureSmile

There are several package options you can choose from. Packages range from $179 to $249 and start from. These include:

  • Executive Treatment – 45-minute session (peroxide-free) refresher - $179
  • Platinum Treatment – 60-minute session (peroxide-free) for stubborn stains - $199
  • Signature Treatment - 60-minutes (6% peroxide) - for cosmetic Hollywood smile - $249

There is a 20% discount for first-time customers. PureSmile also offers a weekly or fortnightly payment plan of four interest free instalments.

Pros and cons of PureSmile

Pros:

  • Results last six to nine months
  • Peroxide-free treatments available
  • Affordable plans from $179

Cons:

  • Not for people with sensitive teeth
  • Not for people with gum or dental issues
  • Doesn't work on crowns and implants
  • Needs repeat treaments

How does PureSmile compare with other teeth whitening treatments?

Name Product Cost How long does it take? Where is it done? How is it done? Is it guaranteed to whiten teeth? Whiten your teeth with...
Advance Whitening
Advance Whitening
$29.95 - $149.95
10 minutes
At home
Gel,LED
Yes
SmilePro Worldwide
SmilePro Worldwide
$29 - $149.50
10 minutes
At home
Gel,LED
Yes
PureSmile
PureSmile
$39 - $199.20
15 minutes
At home,At the dentist
Gel,LED
Yes
Hismile
Hismile
$34.99 - $179.98
10 minutes
At home
Gel,LED
Yes
Brighter White
Brighter White
$70.93 - $127.73
30 minutes
At home
Gel,LED
Yes
Billionaire Teeth Whitening
Billionaire Teeth Whitening
$99.95 - $499.95
30 minutes
At home
Gel,LED
Yes
Gowhite
Gowhite
$69.95 - $209
30 minutes
At home
Gel,LED
Yes
Pola
Pola
Varies
30 minutes
At home,At the dentist
Gel
Yes
Zoom!
Zoom!
Varies
45 minutes
At home,At the dentist
Gel,LED
Yes
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Frequently asked questions about PureSmile

Is PureSmile safe?

PureSmile offers peroxide-free treatments, as well as cosmetic strength, 6% peroxide treatments. All ingredients are FDA-approved and EU-compliant. The peroxide-free treatment is known to have zero side effects.

Does PureSmile damage your teeth?

PureSmile's peroxide-free treatments are all natural and have no side effects, and so are not damaging to the teeth. With too many whitening treatments, peroxide formulas have been known to damage tooth enamel over time and cause gum sensitivity.

Does PureSmile cause sensitive teeth?

PureSmile should not cause sensitive teeth. Gums and teeth that become sensitive to whitening treatments are often caused by too-frequent whitening, using highly concentrated peroxide formulas.

Who is the PureSmile whitening treatment best for?

The whitening treatment is designed for adults who want a brighter smile and people with stubborn stains.

What other oral health products does PureSmile offer?

PureSmile also offers teeth straightening, LED skin rejuvenation and dentist teeth whitening. They sell a number of oral health products from electric toothbrushes to toothpaste and therapeutic mouthwash.

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