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Teeth Whitening
Shine White Teeth Whitening
Teeth Whitening


Professional teeth Whitening 

Shine White Teeth Whitening

About me

Renee started Shine White while raising her little ones, and realised there was a great market for it here in the Wairarapa. Whether you are wanting bright white teeth for your wedding day, that special birthday, photoshoot, body building competition or just because, we can give you that fresh white smile. Even better, bring your best friend, mum, dad, or partner and receive $50 off each while whitening at the same time in our beautiful space. We also offer group bookings which is a great idea for hens party and work do's.

For more info please get in touch. 

Frequently asked questions


How long does the treatment take?

3x 15min sessions under the light. Allow 90mins for your appointment.


Does it hurt?

This treatment can cause sensitivity, you may take over the counter painkillers before and after your appointment.


How many sessions will I need?

This is a Two Stage process. I recommend having two Whitening sessions 4 weeks apart. Please do not be disheartened if you don’t get to your desired shade at the first appointment.


Do I need to do anything before my appointment?

For best results I highly recommend a dental check and hygiene clean 1-2 weeks before your appointment.


How long do the results last?

Through the normal staining process of day-to-day eating and drinking, you may experience a slight regression of shade. Coffee, tea, red wine, vaping etc will re-stain your teeth. You can maintain these results by having annual whitening sessions as well as using home whitening kits weekly. Ask us about maintenance products.

Is this treatment suitable for me?

This treatment is not suitable if you are pregnant, lactating or have dental conditions such as gum disease and open cavities. 

When can I eat and drink?

You can eat and drink straight after your appointment but you must avoid all high coloured staining food & drink for minimum 48hrs. We highly recommend a white diet.  



Tooth Sensitivity – During the whitening process you may experience tooth sensitivity. This  is usually mild if your teeth are not normally sensitive. There is always a risk of teeth sensitivity during teeth whitening sessions, so we suggest taking a mild painkiller before beginning the procedure. Sensitivity will completely subside within 24-48 hours.

Gum and Soft Tissue Irritation – Temporary inflammation of the gums can occur during the procedure. This is generally the result of the gums coming into contact with the whitening paste. Protective materials are placed in the mouth to prevent this, but despite our efforts, it can still sometimes occur. This is generally very mild and will completely subside. 

Fillings and Other Dental Restorations – Tooth coloured fillings (composites), composite veneers/bondings, porcelain crowns, and/or porcelain veneers may not whiten during this procedure. 

White Spots – The most common thing that makes white spots is called "hypocalcification/ hypoplasia." This means there was less calcium deposited there while the tooth was developing. In some cases, after the whitening treatment, hidden white spots may be more noticeable. This will be less noticeable after a few days when your teeth remineralise.

NOTE: There will be a signed consent form at the time of your appointment.

Children under the age of 16 are not permitted in the room due to Health and Safety Laws.


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For more Before and after photos head to our instagram @shinewhitenz


Terms and Conditions

 1. Background: Your co-operation and understanding of this material is necessary as we strive to achieve the best results for you. The safety of teeth whitening in general is very high. Like all cosmetic procedures, there are limitations and considerations (which will be discussed below) absolute success is variable and cannot be guaranteed.


2. Expectations: Upon completion significant whitening can be achieved in many cases, but there is no definite way to predict how light your teeth will get. Candidates with yellow or yellow-brown teeth tend to whiten better or quicker than people with grey or grey-brown teeth. Teeth discoloured by antibiotics, decalcification (white spots), root canal therapy, or trauma do not always respond as quickly or predictably and may require additional treatment. On the other hand, if your teeth are already a light shade of white, your additional whitening results could be minimal. The level of whiteness varies with each individual.

3. Considerations and Concerns: All forms of health treatment, including teeth whitening, have some considerations and limitations. Problems that can occur in professional teeth whitening are generally infrequent, and are usually minor in nature. 

Pricing & Contact

Late Nights 

Contact us if you would like to book a late night

Teeth Whitening 
Friends with
Follow up Session

Sinlgle Session


$199 Each



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