Safely brighten the shade of your teeth

Whitening is an extremely popular way of safely brightening the shade of your teeth. The process is simple, safe and highly effective. The treatment is pain free and only requires impressions or a scan of your teeth and the results can be noticed in a few days.

Whitening is usually carried out in the comfort of your own home. After assessing your suitability your dentist will take an impression or scan of your teeth, they would then provide you with custom fitting whitening trays that fit over your teeth, as well as whitening gel. They will then show you how to use the gel and whitening trays to whiten your teeth. The process takes up to two weeks and the trays with gel inside them can be used during the day or at night.

Most people won’t find whitening painful, although it can cause some sensitivity. This is usually easy to tackle by using sensitive toothpastes or serums. The sensitivity will pass once the whitening process is complete. If you get severe sensitivity during the process, you should seek advice from your dentist.

How long does it last?

The length your teeth will remain white will depend largely on each individual. Diet and habits will play a large role in the longevity of the results. Drinking dark beverages such as tea, coffee or red wine or smoking will shorten the results. We would usually recommend topping up your whitening after 6-12 months. This can easily be carried out by purchasing more bleaching gel from your dentist, the whitening trays would usually not need replacing as long as they are looked after, and your teeth haven’t moved position.

Will my fillings, crowns or bridges change colour

No, no synthetic materials in your mouth will change colour. Only your natural tooth enamel.

Treatment Length

30 Mins

Recovery Time



Not required

Best Results

2 Weeks

Frequently Asked Questions

We are often asked many questions associated with our treatment, and the questions listed below form a selection of the most frequently asked. If you have any questions which do not appear in this list, please contact us.

We would advise you to use sensitive toothpaste, to minimise sensitivity. We would also advice you to minimise dark foods and drinks as well as smoking.

Whitening can only be carried out in a healthy mouth. If you have tooth decay or active gingival or periodontal problems then these will need to be treated first as well as any other oral health concerns. We cannot carry out whitening in patients under the age or 18, pregnant or nursing women.

We recommend you have a full examination with your dentist and a thorough scale with your hygienist prior to commencing treatment.

Price List

Teeth Whitening cost starts from £350.00

Let's begin your
treatment journey

To start your treatment follow the steps below.

1 - Book a consultation

Book your consultation using our online booking system. Pick a date and time that suits you best. If you have any questions, please call the practice. Click here to book online.

2 - Your appointment

On the day of your consultation, please arrive on time to your appointment. If you have any questions, these can be asked during the consultation.

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