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Laser and Home Teeth Whitening London

A bright, healthy-looking smile can make a real impact.

We offer two types of teeth whitening - Laser Teeth Whitening and a 'tray'-based Home Teeth Whitening system. Some treatments are not be suitable for everybody. Much will depend on the colour of the natural teeth, the condition of the teeth and gums, and any previous cosmetic dental treatments.

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To ensure the best results, we offer a FREE teeth whitening consultation with one of our dentists to check tooth and gum condition and to identify the most appropriate whitening treatment for your teeth.

Laser Teeth Whitening Procedure

This quick and safe procedure whitens teeth by up to 14 shades. It takes just one two-hour session to complete and the treatment is carried out by one of our experienced dentists.

The procedure involves covering the gums and lips to protect them and then applying the whitening gel to the teeth. The gel is formulated to work in conjunction with a special whitening lamp and when exposed to the light, the gel breaks down and penetrates the enamel effectively removing stains and other discolouration.

There is an immediate improvement in the whiteness of the teeth and the results last for up to 18 months.

If you would like to book a FREE consultation to discuss the possibility of laser whitening, please Contact Us to make an appointment.

Home Tray Teeth Whitening

Home whitening is particularly useful for busy lifestyles.

We offer the DAYWHITE ® system and in order to carry out this type of whitening treatment, the dentist will need to take impressions of the teeth. These moulds are then used to make clear fitted trays which cover the teeth and hold the whitening agent in contact with the teeth. The trays and gel can be collected from us a few days after the impressions have been taken. We recommend that the trays are used daily at first to achieve the desired colour (up to eight shades) and then at weekly or monthly intervals to maintain the colour.

So, if you've been thinking of reasons not to get your teeth whitened, take inconvenience off your list!