Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Wondering if Teeth Whitening is right for you?

If you want to restore your smile and your confidence then this is the procedure for you.

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Why do you have yellow or dark teeth?

As you age your teeth naturally become slightly stained, furthermore, this process can be accelerated with day to day activities such as drinking coffee or smoking and can lead to yellow or dark teeth.

Office Whitening

This process will take about an hour to an hour and half of your time

We use the Phillips Zoom system

What happens with the Zoom Whitening in office system?

What if I have sensitive teeth?

It is normal to experience moderate amounts of sensitivity during or after the procedure.

Taking pain killers such as Panadol and neurofen almost always solves the problem.

We will provide you with a fluoride gel to help relive your teeth and gums after the treatment.

How long does it last?

On average Teeth Whitening can last for 2-3 years.

This being said long term results depends greatly on individual care and habits. Regular visits to the dentist and a healthy diet helps to maintain the white bright smile.

What are some common causes of teeth discolouration?

1. Extrinsic Discolouration
2. Intrinsic Discolouration

How often can I whiten my teeth?

Current research shows that teeth whitening should be done regularly to maintain a whiter brighter smile. This may involve appointments every 6 to 12 months to maintain great results.

Is Teeth whitening for everybody?

It is important to remember that not everyone benefits from teeth whitening and  other options may be better suited to you such as  porcelain or composite veneers.

Are there any prerequisites to teeth whitening?

It is important to remember that the results of teeth whitening are best when you have a healthy mouth to begin with. There are two main conditions that should be treated before undertaking any whitening.

Will I have permanent sensitivity after whitening?

No – Sensitivity after whitening is only temporary. If the procedure is carried out professionally there will be no long-term sensitivity or damage to your teeth. It is normal to feel mild to moderate sensitive teeth after whitening, usually during the first 24 hours. This can be combated with frequent application of the fluoride gel provided after treatment. It is also vital to restrict colourful food and drinks for the first 24-48 hours after your whitening procedure.

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