Tooth colour varies from person to person and is also impacted by the things we consume daily such as coffee, red wine and, of course, smoking.
Teeth whitening can be used to gently breakdown stains during oxidation of the enamel and can brighten the shade of your natural teeth by several shades. Many clients undergo a whitening treatment prior to having restorative treatment so that we can match the shade of the new restorations with the whiter shade of their teeth. Some clients simply wish to have a fresher, brighter and more youthful smile.
Am I suitable for whitening?
Prior to undergoing a whitening treatment, we will always see you for a consultation so that we can check the overall health of your mouth and gums. Occasionally, remedial treatment is required to get the mouth to its optimum health before we proceed with treatment.
How long does whitening take?
There are several options available for teeth whitening and depending on which one you opt for will depend on the length of treatment. An average case can take approximately 2 weeks and there are options for daytime whitening and night time whitening.
How long does the treatment last?
Results can last indefinitely with minimal maintenance. This can be achieved by wearing the trays for 1 night every couple of months.
Is teeth whitening safe?
Yes, teeth whitening is completely safe and the materials used in the solution have been used Dentistry for over 100 years. Some clients may experience a little sensitivity but this is completely normal and is not harmful to your teeth or mouth. We will always give you a full demonstration of how to use your whitening kit safely to give you the best results.
Teeth whitening lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Teeth whitening is completely safe and the materials used in the solution have been used dentistry for over 100 years.
Dear Valued Patient,
Due to the current unprecedented circumstances it is with regret that I have had to take the unfortunate decision to close the practice until further notice.We will be contacting all patients who currently have appointments booked with us. Please do not attend the practice, even for emergencies, as we cannot currently allow access to the building.
We would also like to take this opportunity to remind patients to follow government guidance during this difficult time and wherever possible to STAY AT HOME.
Please only contact us in cases of a genuine emergency as we need to prioritise our limited resources to help those who need us.
We would like to send you our best wishes and hope that you stay safe and well during this extremely difficult time.
Professor Paul Tipton