Columbus, Ohio Teeth Whitening Company Now Using Whitening Gels Made with Organic, Plant and Food Based Ingredients
Abella Ultra-White’s organic products now include tooth whitening gel.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) September 08, 2012
Abella Ultra-White, Advanced Teeth Whitening is a Columbus, Ohio, business who now uses whitening gels that are made with organic, plant and food based ingredients. Also the hydrogen peroxide which is the active ingredient in their whitening gel is now “food grade” and contains three minerals that stabilize and strengthen the enamel. “Our customers´ health is very important to us and we feel that this is the safest whitening gel on the market today.” said Bruce Deitrick, owner of Abella Ultra-White. “We also believe that our gel is the most effective whitening gel available outside of a dentist office. But without the sometimes very painful side effects.”
Abella Ultra-White offers in-office or sometimes called chair-side teeth whitening. At their office, Abella supplies their customers with all of the products and tools needed to whiten their teeth including the whitening gel and an accelerator in the form of Blue LED light. A trained technician is assigned to each customer to help assist them with the process. In some states it is ok for the technician to apply the gel. In Ohio whitening by non-dentists is OK as long as consumers put the material on their own teeth, and no one else touches their mouth.
About Abella Ultra-White.
Abella Ultra-White is a Columbus, Ohio, teeth whitening company who provides an alternative to going to a dentist for safe and effective teeth whitening products and services. They use products made with organic, plant and food based ingredients, and offer a clean, professional and comfortable environment for their services.
You can learn more about Abella Ultra-White and their products and services by calling them at 614-396-6155 or visit their website at http://www.AbellaUltraWhite.com.
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