Zoom! Tooth Whitening

Teeth are stained by the foods and drinks we consume. Smoking further stains teeth and the natural bright, white shade becomes darkened. Tooth whitening is a successful and simple method of lightening the colour of your teeth. The degree of whiteness achieved will vary from patient to patient and with the type of whitening process chosen.

The first step in the process is to have a consultation with one of our Dental Therapists, Annmarie Connor or Claire Chattell, they have received extensive training in this field of dentistry and they will guide you through your options.

Philips Zoom Tooth Whitening 

This system provides a whiter, brighter smile after just one session in the dental surgery. Following a consultation, impressions of your upper and lower teeth are taken so that custom made trays can be supplied for your home whitening system that is included in the price. The Philips Zoom Whitening procedure will take about one hour to perform; patients are invited to relax watching the surgery TV or listening to music whilst the treatment is taking place. We will take before and after photographs so that you will be able to compare the amazing transformation. Your smile will look brighter and younger.

Philips Zoom Tooth Whitening is available for £395 which includes your home whitening kit.

Home Whitening 

This system provides a whiter, brighter smile following home application of the whitening gel, when applied daily for 6 – 8 weeks. Following a consultation, impressions of your upper and lower teeth are taken so that custom made trays can be supplied for your home whitening system. We will take before and after photographs so that you will be able to compare the amazing transformation. Your smile will look brighter and younger.

Home Tooth Whitening is available for £275

Safe Tooth Whitening

When carried out by a registered dental professional, tooth whitening is a simple, safe and effective way to create a brighter, whiter smile which can make you look years younger. We strongly advise against tooth whitening carried out by non dental care professionals and if you have been affected by dangerous treatment by non dental professionals please contact the General Dental Council