They may have specials for about $199. How good it works will depend on the type of problem you have. If teeth are yellowed from food and drinks (wine, tea, coffee) then you should see improvement and results. If teeth have yellowed from medical conditions then you may or may not see results.
They will also try to sell you all of the after-cruise products, that will greatly jack up the price....
Just a heads up....
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thanks, I hate when that happens it actually ruined a cruise for me a few years ago, went to the spa for a treatment, and i had been aware that this would happen, and I was trying to be nice and say No but they kept pushing they must have high targets ... very off putting, I thought the teeth whitening wouldnt be a problem but i'll definitely put a stop to it.
Depending where you live in the USA Teeth Whitening can cost well over $200.
The best thing to do when you go for any Spa treatment is just tell them right up front before you even start a treatment. "I am only here for the treatment, I don't want to buy any products."
Yes, they do make money on selling the products and some can be pushier than others.
HI I have had this done and would not recommend it. My teeth have been permanently damaged and to date have had over £1000 of corrective surgery to the gums and teeth caused (according to my othodontist ) by the RCI treatment. I may have been unlucky but would suggest that although more expensive it would be best to get this done at a proper dentist who can recommend a procedure correct for you. It is probably good for those people who have had this at their dentists previously so know it is ok for them