Teeth Whitening Course with Kit

$1,995.00

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Description: Course included with 5 kits and Machine
Course Outline

.: Oral Anatomy
.: Conditions of the Mouth & Gums
.: Teeth Colour Charting
.: Laser Safety
.: Teeth Whitening Procedure
.: Product Selection
.: Pre and Post Care
.: Teeth Whitening Business Building
.: Insurance & Liability/ Client waivers
.: Contraindications
.: Marketing After Care

Teeth Whitening Course Program, Subjects and Content
The program content of the Teeth Whitening course generally covers the following topics:

Why your teeth get stained
How the bleaching process works
Learn about existing dental work.
Learning about gum disease
Legal requirements
How to educate your customers
An explanation of how to navigate the consent forms
Practical experience
Laser teeth whitening, which is often called power whitening, is one of the most common ways to solve the problem of discoloured teeth. In recent years, this procedure has grown in popularity because it is safe, and it will not cause damage to the patient’s gums or the structure of the tooth. Because people are unable to do this procedure within their own homes, they must turn to the Beauty Clinics. At this point, the Beauty Clinic will determine which type of whitening procedure is most appropriate for them.

At the beginning of the procedure, the patient has a rubber dam placed inside their mouth, so their gums receive protection. Then, a layer of bleaching gel is applied to their teeth that contain natural pH levels. The next step is the gel for the laser, and which causes the mineral accelerant held within it to activate. This causes the whitening gel to transform into oxygen. At this point it covers the tooth’s enamel and allows the whitening gel to become penetrated into the tooth’s lower levels, so teeth whiten. It is possible for teeth to look up to between five to six shades brighter with laser whitening. The purpose of the laser is to speed up the process of whitening through its interaction with the gel that causes the whitening to occur. It typically takes about one hour for the procedure.