Tooth Whitening with Whitewash Laboratories

If you are looking to give your smile a healthy glow, home teeth whitening with Whitewash Laboratories is an ideal treatment. We provide three types of home whitening kits to lighten and brighten your smile, without affecting your daily routine in any way. All you have to do is either wear a tray for a short period of time or apply whitening strips and your teeth will look noticeably whiter in no time.

What is home whitening?

Having treatment at home allows patients to benefit from whitening results in the comfort of their own home. Whereas in-chair treatments require a visit to the dental surgery and time spent in the dental chair, at-home treatments fit in with your busy lifestyle. This form of treatment also tends to be less expensive than in-chair treatments. You are also left in control as to how white you would like your teeth due to the gradual change in lightness with each application

How does home whitening work?

The treatment involves wearing a custom-made tray for a set period of time. In most cases, this is around 2 weeks and the tray will be worn at night to ensure it has no bearing on your daily routine. The trays are designed to fit your mouth perfectly and will be custom-made for each patient. They contain whitening agent which gradually lightens the shade of teeth to achieve a healthy, radiant smile.

At-home whitening treatments are effective and can be topped up to preserve the results. If you would like to find out more, give us a call today!

Patients with stained or discoloured teeth who are hoping to improve the appearance of their smiles could benefit from a wide range of teeth whitening procedures available from Platt and Common Dental Practice.

Using teeth whitening techniques, members of the public could see a complete smile transformation and enjoy the benefits and confidence they receive when they are happy to flash their smile in public.

The increasing number of celebrities using teeth whitening techniques to brighten their pearly whites has signaled a surge in the popularity of the procedure. Increased exposure to gossip magazines and reality makeover programmes has played a part in making the treatment hugely popular amongst patients.

Standard teeth whitening procedures are able to reverse the effects of everyday wear and tear caused by the consumption of coloured food and drink, including red wine, tea and coffee, as well as stains caused by the effects of smoking.

In addition, tooth decay, fillings and tartar build-up can contribute to tooth discolouration, along with general ageing of the teeth in later life. If patients suffer from tooth decay and gum problems, they are advised to have their teeth treated first before having any teeth whitening treatment.

The majority of patients respond very well to teeth whitening and are able to enjoy optimum whitening results that last for a long period of time. Although teeth may feel slightly sensitive, after the initial treatment the feeling of discomfort is likely to subside quickly.