Book Teeth Whitening Now and Shine in Time for Christmas
Some of the finer things in life, such as coffee, red wine and certain foods can have an adverse effect on our teeth, leaving them a little yellow or brown. Unfortunately, this can mean we feel less attractive and can also have an ageing effect. The good news is that teeth whitening treatment can eliminate much of this staining leaving your teeth looking as good as new and allowing you to feel much more confident in your smile.
With Christmas coming soon, and with it, plenty of events with friends, colleagues and family, it’s likely that you would like to look and feel your best. By booking in for teeth whitening now, you can achieve a whiter smile in time for the festivities!
Teeth whitening at Southview Dental Care
At Southview Dental Care, we provide professional at home whitening treatment. Unlike off-the-shelf teeth whitening products which can be unsafe and provide unsatisfactory results, our treatment is completely bespoke. Gel trays are custom made to fit perfectly over your teeth, ensuring that the whitening gel reaches all parts of your teeth.
At our practice, we will show you how to use your whitening trays and gel properly, ensuring that you are safe when you use them at home. During treatment, you will need to apply gel at home for between seven and ten days, wearing the trays while you sleep.
Whilst you may feel a little sensitivity during treatment, this is normal and will soon disappear, leaving you with a bright new smile that you can be proud of. You’ll be sure to smile in all of your Christmas photos!
Following on from your treatment, we recommend that you continue to look after your teeth as normal, brushing at least twice a day. Whilst the effects of teeth whitening are by no means permanent, you can extend them by taking good care of your teeth and visiting us regularly.
For more information on teeth whitening, or to arrange a consultation to have your treatment before Christmas please call us today on 01732 865021 or click here to email us.
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This page was last updated on the 17th of October 2018