There are a number of things that can cause our teeth to appear yellow or stained - from regular consumption of coffee, red wine and cigarettes, to the natural rigours of old age.
But if unappealing teeth have left you lacking confidence in your smile, you can start 2018 with whiter teeth thanks to the expert teeth whitening treatments offered here at Southview Dental Care.
Tooth whitening presents an easy and affordable method of improving the appearance of your teeth that is simple, gentle and highly effective - with results that will ensure you have a beaming and confident smile!
How does it work?
Southview Dental Care offer a tried and tested home whitening treatment that offers fantastic results for our patients.
Before treatment begins we will prepare a set of custom-made gel trays (much like a mouth guard) that fits to the shape of your teeth and makes sure that the whitening gel can reach the areas that require treatment. Of course, we’ll also show you how to use them at home!
The gel must be applied for the next week to 10 days, and you’ll have to wear the trays overnight. Some patients find that their teeth are a little more sensitive during the course of the treatment, but these symptoms will ease quickly.
How long do the benefits of teeth whitening treatment last for?
There are a number of different factors (smoking, dietary habits etc.) that can cause whitened teeth to stain, but when teeth are well looked after, the effects of tooth whitening treatment can last for years.
Maintaining good oral health is vital, so make sure to brush two to three times each day, especially before you sleep, and to attend repeat appointments with your dentist, and a hygienist if recommended.
How much does teeth whitening cost?
Depending on the condition of your teeth and the results that you wish to achieve, our home tooth whitening treatment can cost as little as £350.
Where do I start?
To book a free no-obligation consultation, please call the friendly team at Southview Dental Care on 01732 865021.
This page was last updated on the 18th of January 2018