Let us make your teeth white again!
Tooth whitening is a great way of improving your smile and confidence. You can achieve fantastic results for just €200
What is teeth whitening?
Our teeth are not naturally white and, as we age, they can get darker and more yellow. Teeth whitening is a safe, easy way to make sure your smile is both white and bright.
Firstly, we will have a consultation to see if your teeth are suitable for teeth whitening. We may advise against the treatment if you are suffering from gum disease, tooth decay or if your teeth are overly sensitive.
We will also check your dental history, as teeth whitening does not work on fillings, crowns or veneers. It’s important to bear in mind that these may have to be replaced after teeth whitening to ensure your smile and tooth colour tone are consistent.
We will discuss the shade you require, and take impressions of your teeth to make customised whitening trays for you. Next, you’ll receive these trays along with a whitening kit for use at home, which includes a special whitening gel.
In general, teeth whitening trays and gel are used for an hour a day for seven to 14 days to achieve the best results. It is normal to feel a little sensitivity during the treatment, so don’t be concerned. Also, you can top up your smile with additional whitening gel after the treatment finishes.
Why is teeth whitening needed?
In our day-to-day lives, our teeth can stain due to consuming certain foods and drinks. The natural aging process also changes the colour of our teeth over time. We have seen a huge increase in demand for teeth whitening as people learn of the benefits of this simple and effective treatment.
What happens after the treatment?
Does whitening damage your teeth?
No. Dental whitening is not harmful. While actively undergoing the whitening treatment the enamel is made slightly porous during the two weeks of treatment. Within a couple of days of finishing the treatment the enamel structure remineralises and returns to normal. Certain food and drinks such as currys and red wine need to be avoided during the two weeks.