Our teeth darken with age as the enamel gradually wears down to reveal the darker material underneath. Our diet and habits can also cause our teeth to appear darker as smoking and some drinks can stain our teeth.

We can provide custom-made whitening kits. This method of whitening is fast becoming the most popular form of this treatment as it offers a safer, more effective alternative to shop bought kits. These trays are crafted using your impressions so they snugly fit around your teeth. This makes sure that the bleaching gel interacts with as much of the enamel as possible, promising an even finish.

Treatment steps

  • We first take impressions of your teeth so we can create custom-made mouth trays.
  • When ready, you will wear these at home with a bleaching gel for a specified length of time each day.
  • After wearing the trays for a few weeks, you will attend a follow-up appointment to check your teeth have reached the desired shade.
  • Although this treatment is carried out at home, we still keep a close eye on your teeth to lessen any gum irritation and tooth sensitivity.

Teeth whitening will only work on natural teeth and will not be effective on restorations such as crowns, veneers or dentures. If you have restorations, they can be replaced in a shade that matches your whitened teeth. This treatment isn’t permanent but you can reuse the mouth trays and purchase more gel if a top-up is required.

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