It’s important to recognise that this is not a permanent solution and will need to be repeated regularly to maintain desired results. If you eat or drink items which may stain your teeth, the effects may not last.
Treatment frequency can range from monthly to a yearly, depending on the condition of your teeth.
We strongly recommend a dental clean prior to any teeth whitening if you are due for one. This will help you achieve a longer lasting result.
Poor quality tooth whitening products may damage the enamel on your teeth. That being said, products which contain 100% carbamide peroxide are safe to use and won’t hurt your enamel.
You will be glad to know that there is no evidence to show that tooth whitening products can damage your nerves.
Yes, although stains from smoking can often be challenging to remove. Our team can advise how best to approach stains caused by smoking.
Any treatment carries risks. A full medical history and an initial consultation is required with one of our qualified dental practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.