The results of teeth whitening are subjective and individual bleaching results vary from person to person. Australian Teeth Whitening cannot guarantee a particular result. It is critical that you follow the individual product instructions. Not following the instructions could, among other things, damage your teeth and gums. In some instances, even if you follow the instructions bleaching may result in blotchiness on a non-uniform tooth surface.
The effects of teeth whitening fade over time and individual results may vary. Unexpected results may occur and may be irreversible. By buying a particular teeth whitening product, you accept all the risks associated with tooth bleaching and agree that Australian Teeth Whitening has no liability what so ever for any issues or complications arising from or connected with the bleaching.
Before purchasing any of these products, if you suspect having any allergies to any of the teeth whitening products sold on the australianteethwhitening.com.au website or you are not sure if the product is suitable for you, please consult your dentist before making any purchase.
Tooth sensitivity can be a part of the teeth whitening process and the degrees of sensitivity vary from person to person. We advise those who experience unusual sensitivity to stop using the product for a day or lowering the frequency of usage. If the sensitivity continues and causes severe discomfort we advise to stop using tooth whitening products until you consult with a dentist.
I understand that this treatment CANNOT be used by pregnant or lactating women, people under the age of 16, people with gum disease, open cavities, leaking fillings, or other dental conditions, or people with a known allergy to peroxide and/or to aloe vera. People that have had braces removed should wait 6 months for cement residue to wear off before getting a teeth whitening treatment and people with a piercing or other metal objects in the oral cavity should remove them before the treatment as they may turn black. If I feel a sharp pain on a particular tooth during the treatment, I should stop the treatment and contact my dentist since this could be a sign of an open cavity.