If you’re eager to get your teeth whitened but the thought of spending hours at the dentist deters you from perfecting your smile, then Sparkling White Smile’s convenient whitening services are just the thing for you. Customisable and comprehensive, the services available promise to leave your teeth between five and 14 shades lighter. Given that Sparkling White Smile offers an incredibly flexible mobile service and group discounts with each of its treatments, it seemed like a no brainer to book a session with founder Alison Egan, who ventured out to my office in order to deliver the service herself. Egan shares she launched Sparkling White Smile, which now boasts over 200,000 clients and 28 franchises Australia-wide, when she first discovered how expensive traditional teeth whitening can be. In an effort to make teeth whitening far more accessible, Egan introduced what she describes as a healthier alternative. Patiently answering each of my questions about the Triple White treatment I was about to receive as I climbed into the extremely comfortable massage chair she had just set up, Egan confirmed that because Sparkling White Smile uses six per cent peroxide, as opposed to the 30 per cent peroxide used by dentists, it is a safe and pain-free option. Generally speaking, Egan was right. While I experienced a little sensitivity later that evening, it was nothing in comparison to the pain I felt when I first had my teeth professionally whitened. On top of that, it took far less time to complete Sparkling White Smile’s treatment and the atmosphere in which the service was conducted proved rather relaxing. The Triple White treatment I received took around 90 minutes to complete. It was made up of a full consultation and three 25-minute whitening sessions which involved relaxing into a massage chair while holding my mouth open with a plastic instrument which made it difficult and comical when trying to communicate. “To maximise results, we tailor each session to the client and expect to have their teeth up to seven shades lighter post-treatment,” Egan shared with Vogue. “Our treatments are designed to remove the build-up of any surface staining that the client has from everyday life.” And that’s exactly what the Triple White treatment did for me. Brighter and whiter, my teeth were noticeably a number of shades lighter. A follow up service is recommended six weeks after your initial treatment, and while I am yet to book mine in, I can happily do so knowing it will help me maintain my new sparkling white smile. The only downside? You have to eat white foods for a total of three days post-treatment in order to ensure your teeth remain looking their absolute best. “Post this top-up treatment, we would recommend having it done every three to six months. This will vary between every person as we all have varied lifestyles,” Egan shared of the service she founded “as a way to make people smile and feel good about themselves.” Value for money: If you’re looking to complete the Triple White treatment on your own, then a single service is $300. Your best bet would be to gather a group of friends for a group discount. Five or more people per group will cost you as little as $200 per person. Top-up treatments will cost you $200. In comparison to professional prices, there is value for money when you opt for Sparkling White Smile. Good for: Sparkling White Smile’s teeth whitening service is good for those that aren’t fans of the dentist, value the appearance of their teeth and are after a more convenient alternative to a professional treatment. If you’re in need of a confidence-boosting treatment then this is the one for you, just be sure to follow aftercare instructions and steer clear of stain-inducing substances following the service for the best results possible. Where to book: You can book online for a mobile service or search for salon locations here. This is an independently written road test which was not commissioned or paid for by the brand. However, the treatment was provided to the writer at the brand’s discretion.
Original article published by @VogueAustralia >