Frequently Asked Questions

At So Smile, we use the safest way: the LED light method with hydrogen peroxide 6%. Our equipment is manufactured in Singapore and designed to deliver maximum results without harming teeth or gum.

Yes, all procedures are safe, we only use certified products according to the industry recognized safety standard (Indonesian Licenced) to deliver excellent results. LED light method is a non-invasive, pain-free procedure for teeth whitening.

While the method is generally safe, consult your dentist before trying this procedure.

Everyone with healthy teeth can experience the amazing benefits of whiter, brighter teeth if you are:

  • Minimum 16 years old
  • Not pregnant or lactating women
  • Have not had recent dental surgery
  • Have not had recent lips filler

We recommend waiting for about 2 hours afterwards. Clear water is fine. For best results, please avoid “coloured” food (wine, curry, blueberries, tea…etc) for about 48 hours.

The longevity of the results can vary among individuals, influenced by several factors including the inherent characteristics of one’s teeth and their lifestyle choices. On average, the effects of a stain removal treatment tend to persist for approximately six months. However, it is important to note that this estimate is subject to variation based on individual circumstances. Factors such as oral hygiene practices, dietary habits, consumption of staining substances, and overall oral health maintenance can affect the duration of the achieved results.

You only need one single visit to our nearest branch. All sessions are done in one time sitting. The Classic 30 minutes session is 2×15 minutes in a row with a short break after 15 minutes. The Ultimate 45 minutes session is 3×15 minutes in a row.

Yes, one session is enough to get visibly whiter teeth. We usually recommend the Classic 30-minute session for first timers.

Veneers, crowns, caps… are not designed to be whitened and require special care from your dentist. Our whitening formula works to oxidise stains from natural teeth, however, it may be helpful at keeping your surrounding teeth the same shade as the ones that have had dental work.

Stains and discoloration of various surfaces can often be attributed to a range of lifestyle factors. Common causes include the consumption of substances such as cigarettes, coffees, teas, red wines, blueberries, and spices, which possess staining properties. Additionally, inadequate oral hygiene practices can contribute to the development of stains.

For 48 hours after a professional teeth whitening, it is recommended that you avoid acidic, pigmented foods and beverages and stick to things that will not cause discoloration.