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New Year, New Mouth! How Teeth Whitening can Brighten up your 2017

It’s a brand new year, and what better way to kick-start it than with a bright, beautiful smile? If you’re keen to banish those blues, and start the year with a beaming smile, why not contact us and find out more about wonderful whitening treatment?

About tooth whitening

Tooth whitening is one of the most effective and affordable ways of giving your smile that extra bit of sparkle. If you thought radiant white smiles for just or Hollywood stars, think again!

There are various different types of tooth whitening treatment, including at-home therapies and in-chair treatments. At-home whitening is a great option for those who have hectic timetables and packed diaries. This type of treatment fits around your daily schedule, so you can enjoy a stunning smile with minimal disruption. Once you’ve been for an informal consultation, and we’ve created some impressions of your teeth, all you have to do is wait for your customised whitening moulds, and then you can start your treatment. These trays are worn for around 6 hours per day for 10-14 days. They should fit perfectly, and you can wear them at any time of day or night. After just a few days, you’ll notice a difference and by the time you finish treatment, you’ll have a glimmering, gleaming set of pearly whites.

We also offer express in-chair treatments, which can lighten the shade of your teeth in just a couple of hours. Whitening agent is applied to the teeth, and then activated using a light. You can simply lie back and relax while the treatment works its magic. We will be happy to put some music or a film on for you.

Is whitening safe?

If you’re interested in health news, you may have read some articles about the safety of tooth whitening. This is one of the safest cosmetic treatments on the market when it is offered by trained dentists. Whitening is a dental treatment, and should therefore be provided only by registered dentists. When you see an experienced dentist, you can enjoy optimum results, as well as peace of mind that you’re in the safest hands possible.

If you’re interested in whitening, call us today!

The Ins and Outs of Teeth Whitening Treatment

More people are choosing to have their teeth whitened than ever before. Celebrities have made a bright white smile trendy, but white teeth have long been considered a sign of beauty, affluence and success. The good news is that you don’t have to have an A-list salary to enjoy a radiant smile and there are whitening options out there to suit everyone.

Whitening treatments

There are two main options available to those considering whitening treatment and these include in-chair professional whitening and home whitening treatment. In-chair treatments often produce longer-lasting, more impressive results, but they are more expensive. The treatment process generally involves applying bleaching agent to the teeth and activating it using a light source. In-chair treatments can usually lighten the shade of the teeth by several shades and some systems produce results in just an hour.

Home whitening is a convenient, affordable option, which also guarantees great results. This system is an excellent choice for those who struggle to make time for dental appointments, as treatment takes place at home and it can be fitted around your work or social schedule very easily. The process is simple and involves wearing a custom-made whitening tray, which sits over the teeth. Treatment duration is around 14 days with 6 hours of treatment per day. You can wear your trays at any time during the day or night, whichever is most convenient for you.

Is teeth whitening safe?

There has been a lot written in the news of late about the safety of tooth whitening. The advice from dentists is to see a dentist for professional, safe treatment if you want whiter, brighter teeth. It is now illegal for people who do not have formal dental qualifications and the relevant GDC registration to offer whitening treatment. When treatment is provided by an experienced dentist, it is considered very safe and effective. Some people experience very mild sensitivity, but this is usually short-lived.

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