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Is Teeth Whitening Effective and Safe?

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When you see us here at Apple Dental for a professional teeth whitening treatment, we will ensure it is effective and safe. After first checking your mouth to ensure this procedure is appropriate, we will carefully customise your whitening treatment, providing you with excellent results while minimising or eliminating possible side-effects such as tooth sensitivity. We offer two forms of teeth whitening, using only the highest quality whitening products.

Choose One-Hour Teeth Whitening for Quick Results

In as little as an hour, our in-chair treatment will lift deep-seated stains, brightening your teeth by several shades. After protecting your gums and lips, teeth are painted with our professional strength whitening gel which is light-activated to penetrate your teeth more easily. This process may be repeated several times until the desired results are achieved.

Whiten While You Sleep

Alternatively, we can provide a customised home whitening kit consisting of specially made whitening trays that will fit comfortably over your teeth. You simply need to wear the trays for several hours each evening or while asleep. Treatment takes approximately two weeks to complete but you will notice a real difference in just a few days.

If you would like to safely achieve a brighter and whiter smile, contact us to book your consultation.

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