Creating a beautifully brighter smile
If you are looking for a safe and effective way to achieve a brighter smile in just a few weeks, our professional home whitening treatment can help. The gentle process combats staining caused by smoking, diet, medication, trauma or ageing, giving you back a youthful looking and confident smile.
We fully oversee your whitening treatment, keeping a close and professional eye on your teeth throughout. Dentist supervised home whitening is a safer and superior alternative to kits that can be bought over the counter or online.Book an appointment
What does the treatment involve?
Once you have decided whitening is for you, we perform an initial dental assessment, checking that your teeth are healthy. We also take a scan of your teeth so your bespoke whitening trays can be created.
- When your customised trays are ready, we ensure they feel comfortable and secure in your mouth and show you how to use them with the special whitening gel.
- You will need to wear your whitening trays at home for a short time each day/or over night, giving you the flexibility to whiten your teeth at a time that suits you and your daily routines.
- After a few weeks of whitening at home, we have a follow up appointment in the practice to check that the treatment has gone to plan and you are happy with your results.
Is whitening permanent?
No, whitening treatment is not permanent but it can be easily topped up. You can purchase more gel to use the same custom whitening trays if you feel the whitening effects have worn off and would like to give your teeth a boost.
How can I help keep my teeth white after treatment?
You can maintain your whiter teeth after treatment by avoiding food and drink that may cause staining, including tea, coffee and red wine. It is also important to brush and floss your teeth regularly.
Is whitening treatment painful?
No, whitening is not painful. You may notice some increased sensitivity in your teeth, but this should fade once treatment has finished.
Can my crowns/veneers/bridges be whitened?
Whitening treatment will not work on dental restorations including crowns, veneers, bridges and dentures. If you are considering a restoration, you may wish to whiten your teeth first so it can be made to match the new shade of your teeth.