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Old 03-12-2011, 09:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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In-Office Teeth Bleaching - Mouth tray or Brush up stick?

Hi, I want to offer in-office teeth whitening services to my clients.

What's the best solution ?

- Mouth tray + LED light (16% hydrogen peroxide)
or
- Brush up stick + LED light (16% hydrogen peroxide)

Should I order from XpresSmile or BeamingWhite ?

I personaly think the Mouth tray solution is easier for the clients but i'm not sure if the results are the same as with the Brush up stick?

Please help me out there... Thanks in advance!

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Old 03-14-2011, 04:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Re: In-Office Teeth Bleaching - Mouth tray or Brush up stick?

I actually have the XpresSmile system with the brush on method with the LED light. It works well for us and is priced to be affordable to my clients. Even my dental office clients say it's a good set up.
The one thing I have noticed that it is hard to get across to the client how much of the gel to put on their teeth. They all try to put just a little bit on and I have to tell them (sometimes multiple times) to go over it again because they need to use more gel.
We have had some pretty good results with ours so far.
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Re: In-Office Teeth Bleaching - Mouth tray or Brush up stick?

That's why i'm wondering if the Mouth Tray method is a good method or not, this way the client just insers the Tray after I put the gel in it.

Anyone uses the Mouth Tray method with 12% or 16% Hydro Peroxide?
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Re: In-Office Teeth Bleaching - Mouth tray or Brush up stick?

what about anal bleaching? I hear that's pretty popular these days.
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Re: In-Office Teeth Bleaching - Mouth tray or Brush up stick?

Bleached Balloon Knots are coming back in style?
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Re: In-Office Teeth Bleaching - Mouth tray or Brush up stick?

I want everyone to be aware NEVER to do business with BeamingWhite (www.beamingwhite.com) this company will just try to get money from you without helping you or providing valuable information. They will tell you alot of things but if you know something about teeth whitening you'll notice it's complete ********!

They asked me if I already have a LED lamp and I said yes. Then answered I should buy my products from someone else because I don't want to buy a new lamp from their company. Note: The lamp I have is the same model they are selling, I bought mine 150% less the price they are selling it! Complete nonsense!

Does anyone know a good company to buy in-office teeth whitening kits from?
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Old 03-26-2011, 05:16 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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Re: In-Office Teeth Bleaching - Mouth tray or Brush up stick?

XpresSmile is who we use for our kits. I don't recall them asking who I bought my light from and it is the same light that a couple of others offer too.
I prefer the paint on method but you can get the tray type too. I just wanted the customer to have more control over where the solution /gel went because of gum sensitivity that can happen.
I use the 16% peroxide gel also.
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Re: In-Office Teeth Bleaching - Mouth tray or Brush up stick?

Does anyone else get like 4-5 sessions out of the stick?
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What does everyone prefer the brush on or the mouth trays? I like the brush on but I get too many uses out of it.
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