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Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is a highly effective way of improving your smile through lightening the natural colour of your teeth.

Why would I need to get my teeth whitened?

Everyone is different. Just as our hair and skin colour vary so to do our teeth. Many activities also stain our teeth including eating certain foods, drinking tea and coffee and especially smoking. Very few people have brilliant white teeth and the older we get the more discoloured our teeth become.

What does teeth whitening involve?

Professional teeth bleaching is the method we recommend, because we believe it delivers the most reliable, high quality results. After an initial consultation to determine suitability for the procedure, we will take an impression of your mouth. This will be sent to our dedicated dental laboratory, where a bleaching night guard will be crafted to fit your mouth perfectly.

Teeth Whitening - Something to smile about!

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Advantages of Professional Whitening

One of the great advantages of this method of tooth whitening is that you may choose exactly which shade you would like without the risk of over-whitening. As the guard will always fit your mouth perfectly you can always use the gel at a later date if you want to top up your smile.

From only £195*

*£195 for whitening either upper or lower teeth and £295 for both.

Beware

Beauty Salons and Home Kits

You are legally required to have undergone professional dental training to carry out teeth whitening in the UK. Salons are breaking the law by offering this treatment by unqualified individuals and putting people’s teeth at risk through the use of dangerous ‘bleaching’ products. We would only recommend seeing a qualified dental practitioner for these reasons. See an article from the Guardian regarding illegal teeth bleaching. The obvious advantage of home kits is price. However many do-it-yourself kits do not form an effective guard, to protect your gums. Furthermore, the chemicals often do not contain enough active ingredients. Some have also been found to contain mild acids and abrasives, which can be very dangerous to both teeth and your health.