Pre-Paid Coupon Voucher Customers

IMPORTANT INFORMATION (read this before making your appointment)

 

  1. No eating or drinking (except water) 1-hour AFTER your teeth whitening treatment.

  2. If you wish to purchase any of our products on the day of your appointment, we have both EFTPOS and cash available, however we prefer you pay with EFTPOS.

  3. DO NOT bring anyone with you to your appointment. NO friends, NO children, NO partner, NO family members.

  4. It is advisable that you understand Dental Fluorosis & Dental Tetracycline by reading our below FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) 

  5. If you have any dental conditions, such as cavities, Dental Fluorosis, or Dental Tetracycline and decline treatment on the day of your appointment, please understand that no refunds will be granted through your coupon provider, as you have been warned before making an appointment that people with dental conditions such as Fluorosis and Tetracycline have been advised to visit a dentist regarding this dental issue. 

  6. If you have any of these dental conditions called Fluorosis or Tetracycline, please be advised that you can only be granted a refund from your coupon provider if you have not yet made an appointment with us.  Once you make a booking with us, attend your appointment and redeem your voucher, no refunds will be granted if you walk out from your appointment. 

  7. No rescheduling permitted within 24 hours of your appointment, otherwise you forfeit your coupon, or you may elect to pay a $25 rescheduling fee (as noted in the 'Fine Print' of your coupon)

  8. Coupon sites have strict Terms & Conditions that state your voucher has an expiry date. No appointments can be made once your coupon has expired. Zap Teeth Whitening cannot redeem an expired coupon and you cannot receive a refund of an expired coupon.  

Frequently Asked Questions

1 Are you dentally qualified to perform teeth whitening treatments?

 

Our teeth whitening technicians are supervised under qualified Dental Nurses using the legal strengths of whitening gels that are approved by the Australian Dental Association. When using our treatment gels in-store, you expect an instant result with our strong high-powered teeth whitening machines.

When using our gels at home, please understand that it takes approximately 1 week (of a daily 30 minute session) to see a considerable difference, sometimes two weeks if your teeth are a heavily stained yellow to brown colour.

Dentists within Australia normally charge on average $1000 for their teeth whitening treatments, while us here at

Zap Teeth Whitening use a safer range of whitening gels and cost no more than $200 for an in-store treatment.

2 Do you offer a clean & scale?

 

No. Zap Teeth Whitening ONLY performs teeth whitening treatments. You will need to visit a Dental Hygienist or Dentist

for any dental work or a clean & scale. 

Please note, that as Dental Nurses/Assistants, we can only provide oral hygiene advice and advice relating to

teeth whitening. 

We cannot provide dental advice. For all your dental questions, please seek a dentist.

3 Will the treatment whiten crowns, veneers, dentures, or artificial composite teeth?

 

Generally whitening gels will not whiten the crown or veneer or composite (also known as fillings or caps)

However, some of our customers have experienced their dental restorations to lighten with our treatments, but the fake teeth or fake part of the tooth will only ever go back to the original colour the dentist applied. 

4 How long does the whitening last?

 

This is the most common question and unfortunately it cannot be answered to individuals. 

For most customers the whitening can last on average 2-3 months but for some others that drink coffee and red wine and smoke or take medications, it may only last a few days to a week.

If your whitening results are only lasting a few days to a few weeks, you must consider changing your diet, such as coffee, red wine, smoking, medications etc, or you will have to conduct weekly teeth whitening treatments if you are not prepared to give away the things that are staining your teeth. 

Our prices are relatively cheap compared to dentists and our at-home teeth whitening kits are easy to use so you can maintain the whitening at home. 

Either pop back into our store for regular whitening treatments, or maintain at home for a fraction of the cost. 

5 How long do your in-store treatments run for?

Please allow up to an hour for your appointment, as we run our in-store treatments in small groups.

The teeth whitening machines are set for 30 minutes. 

6 Can i eat and drink before or after the treatment?

 

You can eat before your treatment, however, no eating for 1 hour AFTER your treatment.

For best results, please avoid smoking, coffee, tea, soda, red wine, dark curries and red pasta sauce for at least 24 hours after your treatment.

Your whitening results will not last very long if you stain your teeth with any of the above foods or beverages. 

7 Can anyone do teeth whitening?

 

No, not everyone is a candidate for teeth whitening.

Teeth whitening is NOT recommended for the following issues: 

  • Fluorosis

  • Dental Tetracycline

  • Severe cavities and holes

  • Braces removed (some customers see the braces marks after whitening)

  • Under 18 (we do accept people under the age of 18, however you must have parental consent)

  • Pregnant women or breastfeeding mothers 

  • Sensitive teeth issues

8 What is Fluorosis?

 

Dental Fluorosis, also called enamel hypoplasia, is a developmental disturbance of dental enamel caused by the consumption of excess fluoride during tooth development. In its mild forms (which are its most common), fluorosis often appears as unnoticeable, tiny white streaks or specks in the enamel of the tooth. In its most severe form, tooth appearance is marred by discoloration or brown markings. The enamel may be pitted, rough and hard to clean. 

Below are some examples of Fluorosis. 

 

PLEASE NOTE: If you have Fluorosis, Zap Teeth Whitening recommends you visit a Dentist for advice regarding your options. Generally it is NOT advised you conduct a teeth whitening treatment when you have Fluorosis as most customers are usually unhappy with the whitening results as the already spotty teeth become worse and much more patchy. 

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