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Would you like your teeth to be whiter?

This is a great option for those who have otherwise healthy teeth, but would like them to be whiter. Discolouration of the teeth is extremely common: in many cases this does not indicate a serious problem; however, heavily stained and yellow teeth can make people feel self-conscious, often stopping them from smiling and socialising. Fortunately, tooth whitening is by far the simplest and most straight-forward cosmetic procedure.

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How does it work?

Tooth whitening is completely drill-free: there is no need to adjust the teeth in any way. The teeth are discoloured by “chromophore” molecules: chromophores are chemicals within foods (eg Tea, coffee, red wine) which discolour teeth. Whitening uses an active whitening ingredient: a peroxide gel (which breaks down to oxygen and water) that safely penetrates the enamel to reach and break down the chromophore molecules which toothpaste cannot reach. Dissolving the chromophore molecules whitens the teeth.

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What is involved?

This treatment can be done in as little as 3 short appointments.



Before we begin the tooth whitening process, we will first assess your teeth to ensure there are no underlying dental problems that might affect the success of the treatment. Impressions (“Moulds”) of your teeth are then taken so that we can make a custom whitening tray which is individually fitted to you.



At this appointment we will provide you with your new custom trays and the whitening gel to bleach your teeth. For most people whitening requires daily wearing of the trays for up to 1hr (some people wear them whilst asleep for convenience purposes) for a 2-6 week period. It is important to wear the trays daily for the prescribed period.



The dentist will review you to ensure you are entirely happy with the outcome and assess the new shade. Photos are often taken to show how much whiter they have become. The moulds will last for many years if cared for properly and more whitening can be done in the future with these.