Teeth whitening is a popular and affordable cosmetic treatment that can make a big difference to your smile. Say goodbye to stained, lack-lustre teeth and hello to a beautifully bright, sparkling new smile.
Bad habits such smoking and poor oral hygiene can take their toll on your teeth, and certain foods and drinks will only make the problem worse. Unfortunately our teeth also discolour naturally as we age – so at times it can feel like you’re fighting a losing battle.
Whitening toothpastes can work to remove some surface stains by polishing your enamel, but you’re not going to see noticeable results. Luckily, that’s where we can help. Using the latest – and most effective – teeth whitening treatments, we can help banish those stains and restore your shine.
Professional teeth whitening
Professional teeth whitening can achieve safe and impressive results, by gently removing surface stains and more stubborn stains that have settled below the enamel. It works using a special whitening gel, which creates a chemical reaction to dissolve stains and restore your teeth’s natural whiteness.
At Sensu, we offer professional home teeth whitening, which offers gradual results that you can build up over time. Because your whitening treatment is supervised by a dentist, EU guidelines allow us to provide a stronger whitening gel than you can buy ‘over the counter’. This means you can achieve excellent results from the comfort of home and ultimately reach the same level of whiteness provided by laser whitening.
We’ll start by examining your teeth to make sure you’re a good candidate for teeth whitening. If you have any veneers or crowns, it’s important to know that these won’t change colour. Next, we’ll take impressions/moulds for your whitening trays (pictured below), which will be custom-made to fit your teeth.
Last but not least, we’ll give you a supply of Polanight teeth whitening gel and thorough instructions on how to safely whiten your teeth.
Because home teeth whitening achieves more gradual results, you’ll have full control over the shade of your smile. We usually recommend that you whiten your top teeth first, so you can see the difference, before whitening your lower teeth.
If you’d like a whiter, brighter smile – contact our friendly team today.