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Teeth Whitening

If you are considering Teeth Whitening you should read the following guidance and safety advice, issued by the British Dental Association:
7 things you didn't know about Teeth Whitening.

Longborough offers an effective and safe teeth whitening treatment which can be performed in the practice by your dentist, together with a follow-up home kit which you can administer yourself over several weeks.

Treatment is simple and effective, lightening the colour of your teeth to improve your appearance and give you a brighter smile.

Before and after treatment:

before teeth whiteningafter teeth whitening

In-surgery Teeth Whitening

In-surgery Whitening or Power Whitening, completed in one sitting of 90 minutes, is fast and makes an immediate difference. Your teeth can be whitened by several shades and tooth shade charts may be used during the consultation to access your current tooth colour and establish your whitening goal. The effect of Power Whitening is then maintained by the use of follow-up treatment using our Home Teeth Whitening Kit.

Wy10 whitening treatment

Our dentists use the Wy10 Chairside Whitening System, a low sensitivity formulation which minimises the amount of time required to achieve the optimum results.

Home Teeth Whitening Kits

Home Teeth Whitening Kits help maintain your In-surgery Whitening and also offer an effective alternative procedure. They provide a flexible option and although they may take longer, the results can be as effective as In-surgery Whitening. Home whitening kits are a proven and reliable way of getting a brighter smile.

To find out more download our Home Teeth Whitening Kit information leaflet.

FAQs

Will I need the treatment again?
Your teeth should never darken back to their original colour completely, but most people notice a slight fade back after 18 months to 2 years. This can easily be remedied by just a few hours use of our Home Teeth Whitening Kit.

Does the treatment cause any damage to my teeth?
Properly administered whitening will not damage your teeth. However, whitening procedures should not be undertaken without a consultation with your dentist who will examine the condition and sensitivity of your teeth and gums.

For more information see the Longborough Blog

or visit: www.dentalhealth.org

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