We offer a highly effective teeth whitening treatment which addresses a wide variety of needs.
TEETH WHITENING WORKSOP – TREATMENT OPTIONS
Teeth whitening works by applying a small amount of bleaching gel to the teeth. The gel then reacts with the surface of the tooth, gently removing stains and creating a beautiful, pearly white smile to be proud of.
Not sure if whitening treatment is right for you?
Have a look below at the options in detail or alternatively, why not book a virtual consultation with our team? We can discuss your whitening goals and advise you on which of our fantastic whitening treatments will best meet your needs and be most clinically suitable.
At Precision Dental we not only oversee safety, but also ensure fantastic aesthetic results. This means all teeth will match in colour and don’t clash with your natural complexion.
Precision Home Teeth Whitening
With our easy-to-apply home teeth whitening treatment, it’s possible to whiten your teeth by up to six shades in the comfort of your home.
Whitening: HOW IT WORKS
We assess your suitability for whitening and take a digital scan for making the trays – no more messy impressions!
Fit the trays, supply all the White Dental Beauty gel you need and give you complete instructions on how to whiten using the trays
We check the result after 2 weeks and supply more gel if required at no extra charge.
If you are looking for gentle professional teeth whitening near Worksop, our Moorgate Street, Rotherham Clinic can provide everything you need to get a great result quickly and safely.
Can anyone have Teeth Whitening?
Generally yes if you are over 18, not pregnant and have good Oral Health.
Is Teeth Whitening Bad for Enamel?
Absolutely not, the whitening gel is completely safe and will not affect the surface texture or shape of any part of the tooth structure.
Does Teeth Whitening actually work?
Yes, only professional teeth whitening can change the natural teeth colour. The results we achieve speak for themselves.
Does Tooth Whitening work on Fillings, Implants, crowns, veneers or bridges?
No. If you’re having dental implants or a dental restoration whiten your natural teeth first so that they can match to your new restorations.