Tooth Whitening

  • A process by which discoloured teeth are lightened. It uses either hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide.
  • It is a safe procedure when carried out by professionals. It can however lead to sensitive teeth during the use of the chemicals.
  • The effectiveness of the whitening procedure is dependent on the amount of staining. Fillings, crowns and bridges will not change in colour with whitening. They may need to be replaced after the whitening to match the new shade of the teeth.
  • Whitened teeth will always relapse to their original colour. The speed of this return will depend on smoking status, amount of coffee and tea consumed as well as red wine among other things


Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Following the latest Government guidance, we are pleased to begin planning our return to practice.

We are committed to prioritising the safety of all patients and of our team, and as such there may be differences to how you are able to access dental services for the time being.

Please call us if you have an emergency or need to discuss an appointment.

For information on managing your toothache at home click here

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