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Teeth Whitening

Prices from £395

Hollywood actors and actresses make it look easy. They step onto the red carpet with perfect teeth, no matter what they might have been eating or drinking beforehand. However, the reality is that it takes a lot of work to maintain a Hollywood smile. Professional teeth whitening treatments can cost hundreds of dollars, and even at-home whitening kits require time and effort to achieve results. In addition, many celebrities avoid foods and drinks that could stain their teeth, such as coffee, tea, and red wine. So if you’re looking to achieve a Hollywood-worthy smile, be prepared to put in the work. It’s worth it for that perfect picture-perfect moment.

We offer a range of solutions for your whitening needs, including at-home whitening and on-site treatment at our idyllically located clinic.

A Simple Treatment for Stunning Results

Your Zoom! treatment begins with us taking a mould of your teeth to design and create your bespoke mouth tray for accurate whitening. You’ll only have to wear your tray for an hour while the Phillipa low-sensitivity gel works its magic. The gel is clinically proven to remove up to 14 shades from your teeth in just one session, so you can expect to see a noticeable difference after just 60 minutes. And because the treatment is carried out by our experienced dental team, you can be sure that your Zoom! experience will be both safe and effective. So why not book your appointment today? We look forward to seeing you soon.

Is teeth whitening right for you?

  • You’ll need to be 18 or over to have teeth whitening

  • Your teeth and gums must be healthy, which your dentist will check during your initial consultation

  • It’s best to delay having your teeth whitened if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, because it’s not clear whether the whitening products can affect the baby

  • Be aware that teeth whitening won’t lighten the colour of any crowns, veneers, bridges or dentures

You’ll need to have a consultation to check you’re suitable for whitening treatment. If you’re eligible, your dentist will discuss which whitening option might suit you best, and the associated cost.

If you’re unsuitable for treatment, you could consider composite bonding, veneers or crowns for particularly discoloured or damaged teeth. Your dentist will explain your options during your consultation.

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