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TOOTH WHITENING

Very few people have brilliant white teeth and they naturally discolour with age and will stain on the surface with drinking tea, coffee and wine and also smoking.  To arrest this effect why not try our Boutique Whitening kits.  Tooth whitening can be an effective way of lightening the colour of your teeth without removing the tooth surface.  

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You will get professionally fitted moulds and three whitening gels to use at home for the desired effect.  Professional tooth whitening is the safest and most effective method of lightening the colour of your dentition.  Your dentist requires to assess your teeth first, to ensure you are suitable for treatment.  Our kits will only lighten the natural dentition and those with fillings and crowns/veneers may need to have these replaced once the desired lightening has occurred.  Any decayed teeth or broken fillings must be fixed prior to starting the tooth whitening process.  Impressions will be taken of your upper and lower teeth and whitening trays based on these.  At your appointment to have these fitted you will receive your home kit with instructions.  It contains 3 syringes of whitening gel to allow you to achieve your desired degree of whitening. The trays are most commonly worn overnight and when removed cleaned with luke warm to cool water in the morning.

Many find they achieve the required result after 14 days.  During this process your teeth may become sensitive and if so, it is advisable not to whiten your teeth that evening, and to use a desensitising toothpaste instead.  Depending on your diet your teeth may gradually become stained again and you may require to repeat the process.  Additional syringes can be purchased at a future date.

Price : from £250 | Top Up syringes £20 each or 4 for £70

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Last Updated : 7th April 2021