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Teeth Whitening

The Tooth whitening is becoming increasingly popular in the UK. The amount of whitening cannot be guaranteed, but teeth are usually at least two shades whiter after treatment. Whitening works even better on older teeth, but it cannot change the shade of old white fillings, crowns, veneers or dentures.
Ideally whitening should be done before other dental treatments. Anyone with crowns, dentures, veneers and older composites may have to replace some of these if they looked too dark compared to the natural teeth after whitening.

Home Whitening

Many companies produce so called whitening toothpastes. A recent ‘Which’ magazine study found none that worked any better than regular toothpaste with a good quality electric toothbrush.
However, if you are sure your teeth are totally clean, yet still darker than you would like, we can select and supply a suitable professional home whitening kit based on your tooth type.

One method consists of a whitening agent (carbamine peroxide gel) and a custom made tray (mouth guard), which is worn for maximum of two hours every day for 28 days. A fine layer of whitening gel is held in close contact with the tooth surfaces by the mouth guard, and the precise fit ensures an even application of gel to the required areas. The upper or lower teeth can be treated at the same time or on different occasions. The trick is to use the right product at the correct concentration.

1. Visit one….
A full Check-up to ensure your teeth are in perfect condition. (Any tooth whitening done with defective fillings or unsealed cavities present may cause sensitivity.) Have impressions taken of your teeth for custom tray(s)

2. Visit two…
A Hygienist treatment to ensure your teeth have no dental plaque or external stain that might interfere with the whitening process. Buy a good quality electric toothbrush if you don’t already have one, and use it according to the instructions.

3. Visit three….
The dentist checks and delivers your custom whitening trays and home whitening kit. You will have a full explanation of how to get the best results and time for discussion and any questions. Home whitening takes up to 28 days.

In-Office Whitening

This is also known as ‘Power Whitening’! The advantage of ‘Power Whitening’ is that the procedure is fast. The whitening agents used are essentially the same as in the home kit and are perfectly safe, but because they are much more concentrated, they must be used in an exact way which is unsuitable for home kits.

1. Visit one….
A full Check-up to ensure your teeth are in perfect condition. (Any tooth whitening done with defective fillings or unsealed cavities present may cause sensitivity.)

2.Visit two…
A Hygienist treatment to ensure your teeth have no dental plaque or external stain that might interfere with the whitening process. Buy a good quality electric toothbrush if you don’t already have one, and use it according to the instructions.

3. Visit three…
One of your most relaxing dental visits ever, as you just lie back and have the very best whitening agents applied carefully, and then relax for around thirty to forty minutes to let the special process take effect.

Ultimate Whitening

A combination therapy (in office & home whitening)
Then take a good look in the mirror at your new smile. We care that you smile.