Whitewash Tooth Whitening

Category: .

Whitewash Tooth Whitening

“At home” bleaching is a procedure to “lighten” or “brighten” the enamel of the teeth.  It has been proven safe in clinical studies over a period of many years.

At the first appointment impressions are taken and special soft acrylic trays are made to fit exactly over the teeth.

These take one week to construct and on the second appointment they are checked for an accurate fit. The active bleaching material is in syringes in the form of a translucent gel. Instruction is given in how to load the trays with the gel.

We normally arrange to monitor progress after one week and finally at the end of the treatment phase two weeks later.

The treatment normally causes a significant lightening of the teeth.  The duration of your results depends largely on you.  Long term results can be expected.  Practice good oral hygiene and brush normally, especially after consuming staining foods and beverages and your results could last for years.  If you use staining substances like coffee, tobacco and red wine you may want periodic touch-ups as required.

The process is harmless to the teeth although some people experience sensitivity to cold during the treatment – this soon fades on completion of the bleaching procedure.


An initial consultation is necessary to assess suitability - please contact a member of the reception team if you would like to find out more about our whitening products.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Whitewash Tooth Whitening”