The safer way to a sparkling smile
Tooth whitening is a safe, simple cosmetic procedure used to brighten up dull-looking teeth. Discolouration can have a variety of causes including heavily pigmented food and drink, the ageing process and certain medications.
Our home whitening procedure uses customised mouth trays, so the results are much better than those achieved with shop-bought kits. Our mouth trays have a superior fit, ensuring the high-quality lightening gel has good contact with your teeth. The process usually takes around two weeks.
We also offer in-surgery whitening, which speeds up the whitening process using a special light. Both these types of whitening are overseen by dental professionals for enhanced safety and effectiveness.
Whitening only works on natural teeth, so it will not have an effect on dental restorations such as crowns, composite fillings and veneers.
How it helps
- creates a more youthful looking smile
- boosts confidence
- offers a lasting enhancement
- produces a noticeable, yet cost-effective, change
Looking after whitened teeth
Your teeth will stay whiter for longer if you brush them twice a day and avoid food and drink that may cause staining.
Although results are long-lasting, they are not permanent, but you can use your existing mouth trays with newly purchased tubes of gel.
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