Teeth Whitening Treatments

Having your teeth whitened often acts as a real confidence boost. We offer a range of professional teeth whitening treatments, each designed to create a healthier-looking smile and a more self-assured, positive version of you.

What are the options?

Provided your teeth are healthy enough to withstand the whitening treatment, your dentist will be able to discuss the numerous options available to you. These include the following types of treatment:

Philips Zoom Whitening

Taking just one hour to complete, Philips Zoom Whitening can help you to achieve a smile that’s up to six shades whiter* - ideal if you're looking for a quick and easy way to whiten your teeth.

This treatment uses bespoke trays that contain a whitening solution, that's then activated by a Philips Zoom lamp. Your dental professional will carry this process out four times within one visit, which is then followed up with a treatment you can perform yourself at home, to continually top-up your smile.

At-Home Whitening

As well as offering treatments at our practices, our skilled dentists can also provide you with treatment kits to use at home, should you prefer it. The benefit of purchasing an at-home whitening treatment from your dentist is that our team will take an impression of your mouth, in order to create bespoke trays for you to use - something that ensures the safety and efficacy of your treatment, and something that over-the-counter kits won't provide.

These bespoke trays are then used alongside the whitening gel, which must be worn at home overnight for approximately two weeks. 

With all whitening treatments, your dentist will need to ensure that your teeth are strong enough to have the procedure. During your visit, our professional team will make sure you have a thorough check-up, as well as explaining all the possible whitening options.

If you'd like to discuss how to get whiter teeth, or to arrange your patient consultation, get in touch with our friendly team today.

 

Terms & Conditions: Teeth whitening treatment is not suitable for every patient and is subject to the patient’s oral health. Prior to whitening treatment commencing, patients will need a dental examination from their dentist to confirm their teeth and gums are healthy and fit for whitening treatment. This dental examination is a separate charge in addition to the cost of the whitening treatment. *Source: Philips. 6% whitening gel efficacy test. Data on file. 2013.HH

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