Brighter smiles from a teeth whitening dentist in Harley Street London
A new smile – quickly, safely and cost-effectively
The teeth whitening process has advanced rapidly in the last ten years and now offers a fast, safe and affordable way to a great looking smile and improved appearance.
Why are my teeth discoloured?
Unfortunately, some common drinks e.g. red wines, tea, coffee and colas can contribute to discolouring your teeth. Smoking too can have an adverse effect. At an early age, whilst the teeth are developing, use of some antibiotics and too much fluoride can also contribute to later discolouration.
Teeth Whitening FAQs
Is tooth whitening a good solution for everyone?
In reality, there are very few people who cannot have their teeth whitened albeit that the effect of the procedure can vary from person to person. Like all dental procedures, our dentists will evaluate your suitability very carefully before suggesting any treatment. You will also be consulted about the shade of whiteness that you are looking for.
Is this a popular process?
Teeth whitening is now the most popular cosmetic dental procedure and its results are enjoyed by many in all walks of life.
Is the process safe?
Whitening has been subject to many clinical trials and laboratory tests and is now considered to be very safe, in fact one of the safest dental procedures available.
However, like all procedures, care must be taken and whitening is not recommended for young people under the age of 15 or for those that are pregnant or lactating.
How long will it last?
This is a question that is asked very frequently and the answer is that it varies from person to person. However, we offer some simple after care advice which, if followed, will help to keep your new smile at its best for as long as possible.
This includes the usual flossing and brushing and periodic re-whitening using a take-home kit that we will supply.
Please remember that we only use and supply the finest quality, professional dental teeth whitening products which are not available other than through a trained dental professional. We do not recommend use of ‘over-the-counter’ products that you may see advertised elsewhere.