Organic Teeth Whitening
Idahome Smiles with two locations in Boise, and Meridian Idaho, provides organic laser teeth whitening services. We help our customers get up to 14 shades of whiter teeth in just one teeth whitening treatment. We want to change the idea of organic teeth whitening and we love seeing our clients look forward to their next teeth whitening appointment with us in our smile spas.
Our Teeth Whitening Process
Tooth Color Check
Idahome Smiles Products & Gift Cards
Remineralizer & Desensitizer
Teeth Whitening Pen
Teeth Whitening Kit
1302 S Vista Ave # 201, Boise, ID 83705, USA
I am so glad I decided to come here and whiten my teeth. It’s a worthy affordable investment in your oral health and Brett was awesome beginning to...
Best place to get your teeth whitened. I’ll be back again for sure. Loved the results I got.
Thus was a great experience! That staff was very knowledgeable on the entire process. My teeth went 4-5 shades brighter in 60 minutes. I'll be a...
Friendly service and I love the results! I also feel so good about doing an organic treatment instead of bleach. I highly recommend.
Frequently Asked Questions
Whiten your smile safely and effectively with #laserteethwhitening
Laser teeth whitening has, without a doubt, turned out to be the go-to for those seeking to attain whiter teeth and is by far the quickest way to see whitening results.
Laser teeth whitening is a quick procedure because the laser (cold blue LED light) will activate the gel and produce desired results almost instantaneously. Our laser treatment can whiten down to your dentin layer giving optimal results compared to over-the-counter whitening products and other treatments.
Our organic plant and mineral-based gel have natural enamel building features to strengthen teeth and it nearly eliminates the sensitivity that typically comes with other teeth whitening treatments. We use fresh, organic ingredients in our teeth whitening gel to provide the highest quality results safely and effectively.
Our Remineralizing & Desensitizing Gel is one of our favorite products, here at Idahome Smiles Teeth Whitening.
This gel was specially created for our company and it works wonders to help rebuild your enamel and with the overall health of your teeth and gums. Our Remineralizing gel has 73 Trace minerals along with other natural ingredients such as aloe vera and potassium that coat your teeth to help your teeth whitening results last longer.
This gel helps to reduce any sensitivity that you might feel after our treatment or on a normal basis! Following your initial teeth whitening appointment we apply this to your teeth and gums and recommend that you use it once a week for 20 minutes. This product will help you fight surface stains that come from things you do in your day to day life, as well as helping to restore your gums and strengthen the enamel in the process!
We include the Remineralizing & Desensitizing gel with your initial appointment for our clients to use in the comfort of their own home.
Initial Organic Teeth Whitening Treatment - $199
We apply our organic teeth whitening gel (Dental Grade, Food Grade 17% Hydrogen Peroxide with Natural Organic Plants and minerals like Aloe Vera, Calcium, and Potassium), directly to your teeth in three, 20-minute sessions. We also apply a Remineralizing and Desensitizing gel to help reduce any sensitivity.
Touch Up Treatments
Full Organic Teeth Whitening Touch Up - $139 (Returning Clients)
3, 20-minute whitening sessions in one appointment. We also apply a Remineralizing and Desensitizing gel to help reduce any sensitivity.
Single Organic Teeth Whitening Touch Up - 20 min session - $49
One twenty minute organic teeth whitening touch up.
Molar Bear Membership - $29 Month
One twenty minute organic teeth whitening touch up once a month.
Surface stains are our specialty. Yet the question still remains - what causes stained teeth and how can I prevent this? At Idahome Smiles Organic Teeth Whitening we specialize in whitening your surface-level stains all the way down to your dentin layer with our 3-step teeth-whitening process.
Over the years and with diet playing a part your teeth can become discolored by stains on the surface or by changes inside the tooth.
There are 3 Main Causes to tooth discoloration
Extrinsic — This occurs when the outer layer of the tooth (the enamel) is stained. Coffee, wine, cola, or other drinks or foods can stain teeth. Smoking also causes extrinsic stains. Yet, a fun fact some of the biggest culprits are also broccoli, avocados, and even spinach!
Intrinsic — This is when the inner structure of the tooth (the dentin) darkens or gets a yellow tint. This can be caused by damage to the teeth by excess fluoride, antibiotics, or trauma.
And lastly... Age-related — This is a combination of extrinsic and intrinsic factors. Dentin naturally yellows over time. The enamel that covers the teeth gets thinner with age, which allows the dentin to show through. Foods and smoking also can stain teeth as people get older.
So, what now? We all have our vices; coffee, wine, and other foods. Or, maybe we are just getting older. So how, can you aid in your brightest smile?
We are so happy to say that our whitening process is 100% safe for kids!
There is nothing like seeing a big bright smile on a kid’s face after they leave our office. This is why we only use organic whitening gel in our treatment!
We have had many youngsters come to our office and brighten up their smiles, whether it's before an event like prom or homecoming or even just to keep their smiles bright throughout the year!
For generations, having braces has been a typical part of an adolescent’s life. Many children wear braces as a staple in their pre-teen and teen years. We have created a partnership with Gilman Orthodontics to offer our community the ultimate smile makeover. We love transforming smiles right after their braces come off!
The dentist can seem like a scary and uncomfortable place for children, this is why we have created our Smile Spa. We have created a very relaxing environment with essential oils and two massage chairs. They will feel so comfortable especially when you're in the office with them. So bring in your little one with you to your next appointment in our smile spa.
Charcoal is all the craze these days. From face masks to teeth brushing, and even now in foods to delight; but, is it safe? And, does it work?
While charcoal toothpaste home treatment might seem pretty harmless, it can actually do quite a bit of damage to your teeth and you could be vulnerable to many other serious oral problems down the road.
The logic behind charcoal whitening is this: charcoal is an extremely absorbent substance. This quality enables it to absorb bacteria and stains on the teeth causing the user to have whitening results.
While this might be sort of true, what it leaves out is the fact that charcoal is extremely abrasive. This rough texture is enough to actually break down the gentle enamel on your teeth, causing them to weaken your teeth over time. Literally scrubbing off the top layer of your teeth may indeed make them appear whiter, but the tradeoff is that they will subsequently be much thinner, weaker, more likely to develop cavities, or even break as these conditions worsen.
While enamel is extremely strong, simply using a regular toothbrush with too much force is enough to break it down over time, so when you add charcoal to the mix, it becomes tremendously hazardous for the teeth and the health of your gums. The idea is that you are basically taking a sandpaper sheet to your teeth and brushing off the stains along with your actual tooth fiber. As you use charcoal it also tends to get into your gums and can be known to cause a receding gum line, exposing the sensitive nerves of your teeth. If you are still considering charcoal please check what the RDA (relative dentin abrasion) number is. Generally, anything under 200 is considered “safe”.