Tooth whitening requires one visit for a comprehensive dental examination, and then if you are suitable to go ahead, you would have some impressions taken by our dentist.
We will also take some post-whitening photos so that you can compare your start shade to your end shade. The impressions will be sent to our state-of-the-art laboratory, which will then make high quality sealed whitening trays for you. This usually takes about two weeks.
While the whitening trays are being created, you will need to use our amazing toothpaste called Tooth Serum instead of your regular toothpaste twice a day. This is no ordinary toothpaste as it contains a material called Hydroxyapatite (HAP) which is what your Enamel is made of, 97% of it, in fact! This HAP will not only improve the whitening effect, but it will also protect your teeth and reduce any sensitivity.
You would then return to the practice in two weeks to have your new whitening trays fitted and then begin your tooth whitening.
You would then use the trays and the gel to whiten your teeth for between 3 and 4 weeks at home or until you are happy with the shade of your teeth.
Once you are happy, you will then return for a final assessment, and we will take some post-op photographs to see how effective your teeth whitening treatment has been.