Do you have stained teeth that make you feel self-conscious about smiling? Teeth whitening can be a good solution for certain types of tooth staining.
Coffee, tea, smoking and wine – these are just a few of life’s little pleasures that can, over time, stain your teeth and leave you feeling less attractive.
Teeth whitening is a safe procedure that can lighten the colour of your teeth by using a safe dental bleaching agent. Individual results vary and are based on your initial tooth colour and the nature of your tooth staining. Teeth whitening is a great way to give a youthful look to your appearance.
More than 5000 smiles whitened
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Custom Made Trays with Gels
Achieve up to 9 Shades Lighter
Long Lasting Results
We offer home whitening using custom made trays and whitening gels. We have found this method provides the best results for quickly and safely removing stains, without damaging your teeth. We’ve whitened thousands of smiles and seen patients grow in confidence thanks to a brighter, whiter smile..
You’ll need to have an initial consultation before you can go ahead with teeth whitening treatment, to double check your teeth are suitable. During this consultation, we will…
- Check that your teeth and gums are healthy and suitable for whitening
- Discuss the teeth whitening process with you
- Give you an idea of how long treatment will take.
Maximising the results
- Brushing your teeth with a fluoride toothpaste for two minutes, twice a day, to remove daily stains that build up on your teeth
- Flossing every day
- Regularly visiting the hygienist for a scale and polish
- Stopping or at least cutting down on smoking
- Cutting back on drinks which can stain your teeth, such as tea, coffee and red wine
Top-up kits are also available to maintain your new brighter smile. Your dentist will explain how to care for your smile once you’ve had the treatment.
Am I eligible for teeth whitening?
If your dentist decides that you are not suitable for teeth whitening, you could consider other cosmetic options including veneers or crowns for particularly discoloured or damaged teeth.
Your dentist will explain all your options to you during your consultation.
- You need to be 18 or over to have teeth whitening
- Your teeth and gums must be healthy, which your dentist will check during your consultation
- We do not advise teeth whitening If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, because it’s not clear whether the whitening products can affect the baby
- Teeth whitening won’t lighten the colour of any crowns, veneers, bridges or dentures
Can I have my teeth whitened?
You will initially be invited to attend the practice for a free consultation appointment, where we will see if your mouth is suitable for teeth whitening. We will expect you to have a clean and healthy mouth and a good oral hygiene routine. If your dentist feels you are suitable, you will have an impression taken of your mouth to allow tooth whitening trays to be custom made to fit.
Who can perform teeth whitening?
Teeth whitening is a form of dentistry and should only be performed by a dentist or another regulated dental professional. All of our dentists and dental therapists are qualified to perform the procedure. Some beauty salons offer teeth whitening, but this is illegal if there’s no dental professional present, and it may put your oral health at risk. You can also buy DIY home teeth whitening kits but also carry risks to your oral health.
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