Teeth whitening at 207 Dental Care
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments undertaken by dentists today. Whether you are looking to turn back the clock and remove years of staining or you are keen to get a sparkling new smile for a special occasion then the whitening treatments available at 207 Dental won’t disappoint you.
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Tooth whitening- What’s involved?
At an initial appointment we will take impressions of your teeth which will be used to make special trays for you.
These trays will be taken home so you can wear them at your own convenience for either 1 hour per day or overnight, depending on the system you prefer.
You will notice a difference in the colour of your teeth within just a few days. See our gallery for examples of whitening results in previous patients.
Why do our teeth darken?
The darkening of tooth colour is an unfortunate part of the ageing process. It can be accelerated by diet and our consumption of certain foods including coffee, red wine and particularly dark foods like berries. Smoking can also significantly discolour the teeth.
Is my whitening treatment permanent?
Unfortunately no whitening treatment will last forever. Teeth will always discolour with time due to ageing, tea, coffee, red wine, smoking etc. but topping up your colour is easy and economical – just purchase additional whitening gel apply when needed.
Where else can I get my teeth whitened?
You should ONLY get your teeth whitened by a licensed dentist. Don’t be tempted by online home kits or treatments in beauty salons as they could seriously damage your teeth and gums.
Your teeth will be fully checked before any treatment to ensure they are healthy and that whitening won’t cause any damage.
Does tooth whitening hurt?
Teeth whitening is generally a comfortable procedure but you may notice a slight increase in sensitivity during the course of whitening. This should improve once treatment is complete.
Can all teeth be whitened?
Whitening will only work on your natural teeth- not on false teeth such as crowns, fillings, veneers or bridges. It is possible to whiten ‘dead’ teeth (those which have a root filling) from the inside. Occasionally whitening does not work on very stained teeth- we can advise you at your initial consultation.