Serenity Smiles - Professional Mobile Teeth Whitening
A Smile Is Important
It's one of the first things you notice when you meet someone.
A whiter, brighter smile is beautiful, can help you feel better about yourself and make a memorable impression.
In our logo, which person seems less approachable?
The woman who is not smiling seems less approachable, it's just that simple. In a fraction of a second you can change people's perception with a bright welcoming smile! 
Professional cosmetic teeth whitening is the most effective way to brighten your smile. Whitening is a cosmetic procedure that is now being performed outside of dental offices. Serenity Smiles is revolutionizing the science of teeth whitening. Our business utilizes state-of-the-art technology that is extremely safe, innovative, and very affordable.
The Serenity Smiles system is a FDA approved system. Using our patented teeth whitening system, you will achieve incredible, long-lasting results! Our visits are designed to give you a relaxing, pampered experience.
How Serenity Smiles Works
We use a specially designed double sided mouthpiece/lens that is impregnated with a whitening gel and other essential ingredients. The gel is activated by the scientifically designed and patented accelerator lighting unit. 
Serenity Smiles uses a combination of light, a whitening formula, and a whitening accelerator to quickly and safely remove years of dental staining. More specifically, our system uses a special LED light that is calibrated to the perfect wavelength of 520 nanometers.
The blue LED light works in conjunction with our special mouthpiece and our whitening activator. The mouthpiece is inserted into the mouth and the blue LED light is positioned in front of the mouthpiece.
20 minutes later the result is a brighter, whiter smile several shades lighter than before. The treatment usually will last one to two years.
This cosmetic procedure is effective, safe, painless and an incredible value.
How Teeth Whitening Works
Each of your teeth is made up of an inner dentin layer and a hard outer enamel layer, which protects the teeth. When your mouth is exposed to food, cigarette smoke, coffee, etc.- another layer, called pellicle film, gradually forms on top of the enamel layer. A dentist can clean away this film, through scraping and chemical treatments. Even brushing your teeth can remove some of this layer. Staining happens when this pellicle layer sits on your teeth and over time, foreign material gets into the enamel. This causes harmless, but unattractive stains. Whiteners use bleaching chemicals to get down into the tooth enamel and set off a chemical reaction that breaks apart the staining compounds.
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