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There are three ways you can whiten you teeth:

  • Home Witening

    High concentration gel. 30 mins a day

  • Office Witening

    Newest formulations with no light or laser

  • Deep Bleaching

About Teeth Witening

Day to day activities such as drinking tea, coffee, colas, red wine and smoking tobacco can cause undue stress and strain on the colour of your teeth. If you are not happy with the discolouration of your teeth, we have a solution! Tooth whitening!

We offer three kinds of whitening:

Home Witening

Which we generally suggest our patients to get as it is

  • Cheaper and
  • They get a better result with the new advanced materials that have been invented. (about 80% success rates) Generally you spend about an hour a day for about 7 to 14 days and your teeth will be whiter and brighter

Office Witening

Sometime called power bleaching but not as the product below which generally takes about an hour to hour and a half of your time. (about 60% success rates). Examples are Pola Office, Opalescence, Zoom, Laser Smile, Rembrandt, Brite Smile, Smart Bleach, OpusWhite. All have the same relative result.

Deep Bleaching

The most advanced form of whitening that has the highest success rates.(almost 100% success rates)

Current research shows that whitening should be done in stages. That is you whiten once (whether home or office whitening) and then three to six months later you boost your whitening and then once more if you need to.

The most important thing though to consider is that you have a very healthy mouth before you carry out these procedures

There are two conditions you should be concerned about:

  • Gum disease like gingivitis or periodontal disease. This is caused by a collection of tartar on your teeth. The whitening gel will whiten the tartar and damage your gums if you have any of these conditions and when in the future you get your teeth cleaned the teeth underneath will still be stained
  • Tooth decay. The whitening gel can creep into the nerve of your tooth causing severe pain if you have tooth decay

Therefore it is highly recommended that you have had a checkup done in the last three months before you have whitening done.

The last point to remember is that not everybody benefits from this procedure and therefore other solutions may be more appropriate such as veneers

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