Cosmetic Dentistry- Teeth Whitening
Teeth Whitening is a procedure where tooth discolouration is ‘whitened’ to a lighter shade. It involves removing the staining agent by using chemicals. Results of the treatment usually depend on the severity of the discolouration. Both vital and non-vital teeth can be bleached and whitened. The procedure is safe when carried out under professional supervision and can take several visits to complete.
At Whites Dental, we offer two teeth whitening systems –
Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening is a very popular teeth whitening system used by millions of people around the world. It is offered to patients in a few different ways – in-surgery teeth whitening is a very popular option as are home teeth whitening treatments. Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed, the in-surgery teeth whitening treatment, typically takes a little over an hour to complete – the patient will leave the surgery with a smile that’s instantly brighter. Philips Zoom DayWhite and Philips Zoom NiteWhite are home teeth whitening systems. DayWhite is preferred if a person wants to wear trays for a short duration of time during the day. Trays need to be worn for 30 to 90 minutes, for results in typically 2 weeks. NiteWhite lets a person whiten their teeth overnight while they sleep and is therefore ideal if you would like to wear trays at night. NiteWhite typically gives results in 2 weeks as well. Please read our blog article ‘Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening’ for further guidance on Philips Zoom teeth whitening systems.
Enlighten Teeth Whitening is a premium teeth whitening treatment that guarantees results. Enlighten claim to be the world’s best performing teeth whitening system. Enlighten is offered as both in-surgery and also at-home treatment options. Please read our blog article ‘Enlighten Teeth Whitening’ for further guidance on how Enlighten can help with a smile makeover.
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Veneers are thin, custom-made shells crafted of tooth-coloured materials – they are designed to cover the front side of teeth in order to improve the overall appearance of the teeth. They can be used to correct mildly mal-positioned teeth, close gaps between teeth, mask stains or even restore partially broken-down teeth. They are made of thin plastic resin or porcelain.
Aesthetic recontouring or teeth reshaping involves small, minimal adjustment of your teeth to reshape and level your smile. The procedure involves altering the way your teeth reflect light, which can help to camouflage misshapen teeth without using more invasive procedures.