Teeth whitening is a commonly popular and non-invasive dental procedure that can immediately refresh your smile. In addition, we allow patients the choice between in-chair or take-home treatment.
Teeth whitening instantly brighten and whitens stained or discoloured teeth, leaving a new, youthful appearance.
At fifty sheds of white, we see thousands of patients for teeth whitening. This is one of our most common treatments. We perform for our patients because of the large volumes of teeth whitening we serve; we do not charge premium prices related to other practices.
While the treatment itself, you may notice some sensitivity. The system utilises a specific light with heat that may create a sensation. Some patients tell a slight tingling during and immediately after the procedure, though it’s short-lived.
Loss is natural over time, and the ageing process is one of the main causes that teeth aren’t as bright as they used to be. Staining beverages like coffee, tea and red wine add to the process. The use of the tobacco process will also stimulate discolouration contact us anytime.
If you would instead use the take-home formula, this does not require any light. However, you will need to place the gel in your customised whitening trays and wear your trays for almost 45 minutes at a time. Do this for about one to two weeks for excellent results. Your dentist will walk you through the specific steps and give you a care sheet to follow.
In rare cases, some people experience temporary sensitivity. This can be efficiently managed with de-sensitising materials like Toothmoose.
For long-lasting results, try to reduce tea consumption, coffee, red wine and smoking, as these things may re-stain the teeth through and after the whitening process. If you are expecting or breastfeeding, it is not suggested that you apply any whitening products.
Overall, we advise that you avoid any foods and drinks that would tint a white shirt for the span of your whitening process and the next 48 hours. A complete list will be given to you during your appointment.