Our dentists will provide you with a kit of special whitening gel to use at home. This gel removes all the staining particles from the top surface of your the teeth which has been built up over many years. The final result is white, youthful looking teeth! The procedure is very simple; our qualified dentist will make you custom fitting home whitening trays, after you receive these, a full kit of whitening gel will be provided. A small amount of gel is placed in the whitening trays every night and worn nightly for a few weeks. The beauty of home whitening is you can stop at the shade you want whenever you are happy.
I have recently moved to Dental Beauty as an NHS patient and am more than satisfied with the service that I've received. The reception staff are very courteous and helpful. Bavin, the dentist, is thorough with his examinations and subsequent dental work. I would recommend their practice without hesitation
After recently visiting I was pleasantly surprised at how amazing all the staff were and how patient they were with my and any questions I had. Having had a number of bad experiences with dentists in the past, I was made to feel very welcome from the moment I arrived, everything was explained to me and my dentist made sure to check i was okay at every stage. Would highly recommend!
Booking for a dental check up and hygienist was straight forward and only took 3 minutes. The reception area was very clean and the receptionist was friendly and very pleasant. The doctor and staff were very attentive to my questions and their explanations were very clear. The doctor's offices are very clean and have adequate lighting in all rooms and have state to the art dental equipment
This £400 Teeth Whitening Treatment Includes:
No, home whitening using very low levels of whitening gel is a non-invasive and safe treatment. In fact, 3 weeks of home whitening does the same amount of ‘damage’ to enamel as drinking 1 can of coke!
Mild sensitivity is normal with whitening, simply because as you remove the staining particles you expose small pores in the tooth which forms a pathway for cold stimuli directly to the middle of teeth causing that short sharp sensitivity pain
Some food and drinks, such as coffee and red wine, are more likely to stain teeth. You may want to reduce your intake of these in order to make your whitening results last longer.