Perfect bright and white smile!



What We Can Offer You

Join the hundreds of satisfied South Australians and get yourself a brighter, whiter smile with our popular teeth whitening process. Our teeth whitening process is a safe, market-leading teeth whitening service. We use only the highest grade teeth whitening gel and premium equipment to maintain our fantastic reputation for achieving outstanding results!
Our advanced technology has been delivering remarkable results of up to 10 shades lighter in only 90 minutes.
The Smile Addiction difference is that our bleaching gels and lasers contain the highest grade whitening formulas.
We've created a cosmetic dentistry product that is ideal for those looking to whiten their teeth safely at a fraction of what it would cost at the dentist.


Teeth Whitening Prices

There is often the misconception that teeth whitening is a long and painful process. However, with Smile Addiction, you can achieve your ultimate smile. You will also gain back the confidence you deserve with one of our two, pain-free, teeth whitening services!

Addictive Smile Treatment

If your teeth are above 20 on the teeth shade chart, we recommend you try our Addictive Smile Treatment.

Designed to whiten your teeth by 8 to 15 shades.

Our Addictive Smile Treatment is performed over two 90-minute sessions.

Weekly Subscription
$13.90PER WEEK

Saving you up to $300, you get 6 Smile Addiction Bright Treatment services you can use throughout the whole year at any given time.

It is simply direct debited from your credit/debit card every fortnight until the end of the subscription.


Frequently Asked Qestions

Does teeth whitening cause sensitivity?

We use a low 6% Hydrogen Peroxide Gel which is gentle on the teeth so 90-95% of our clients don’t feel any sensitivity but the other 5-10% feel a little sensitivity up to 24 hours after the treatment.

How many shades whiter will I go?

Each person is unique! Everybody’s results are different, and it all depends on your anatomy, age, lifestyle and diet.

We are achieving an average of 6-8 shades lighter after the first treatment but have seen results up to 14 shades lighter.

How often do I need to get it done?

Some results may disappear within 6 weeks of your first treatment, this is why we recommend the 6 week top up. After the 6 week top we suggest coming in 6-12 months after your treatment depending on your diet/lifestyle.

Is teeth whitening safe?

We offer the latest whitening gel approved by Australian standards. Our gel is gentle and safe, and complications are extremely rare. Teeth Whitening is safe for crowns and veneers although these will not lighten as much as natural teeth.

I have a big event – how far in advance should I get whitening?

Teeth whitening has become a popular way to prepare for weddings and other social events where people want to look their best. As some treatments can take time to be effective, you should make sure you leave enough time before the big day.

We recommend getting the treatment 7 weeks before the big event so you can get have the 6 week follow up for best results.

Can I have the treatment if I have veneers or crowns?

The treatment is safe for crowns and veneers and will only revert the veneers back to their original colour and not lighten as much as the teeth.

Should you see a dentist prior to our treatment?

A dental examination should be done before tooth whitening. Your dentist can tell you if you are a good candidate for whitening.

In addition, you should have a dental clean to remove tartar and stains prior to tooth whitening that would block the whitening material from working.

Is teeth whitening suitable for everyone?

Teeth whitening is a treatment that majority of all people can have, however, it is not recommended for children under 16 years of age or for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Do not have a teeth whitening treatment if you have gum disease or require dental work.

Does it Damage the Enamel?

Teeth whitening gel will NOT damage or harm your tooth enamel. Enamel is considered the hardest tissue in the human body. Enamel consists of tiny tubules that can only be viewed under high magnification. Even though Enamel is the outermost layer of the tooth, it is the layer of tissue beneath the enamel that absorbs the majority of the stain, called dentin. In order to achieve successful whitening, the product flows through the enamel tubules and begins to lighten the underlying stained tissue.

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