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Welcome to Teeth Whitening Clinic in London

Achieve A Brighter and Whiter Smile! Now Get Special Offers up-to £200* Off

We are proud to be leading clinic for teeth whitening in London. Our professional dentists can create your dream smile by giving a 16 shades whiter teeth. They will remove your teeth stains using the latest technology and top whitening products in the UK. They also advise you to maintain good oral hygiene.

At our clinic, a team of dentists is dedicated to creating a brighter and whiter smile for everyone. Our mission is to become the No. 1 provider of teeth whitening in London by delivering top quality treatment to all our patients.

Our aim is to provide the best professional teeth whitening treatment for every patient. When you come to our clinic, we will suggest the right treatment option for you depending on your needs.

If you are staying in London or nearby area, feel free to visit our clinic at 70 Great Russell St, Holborn, London WC1B 3BN, UK. You can also call us at 020 70434315 for booking a same day appointment.

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At our clinic, we are happy to offer exclusive deals on our all treatment options.

  • £200 Off on Enlighten Teeth Whitening - Now at only £495
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What is tooth whitening?

Tooth whitening is one of the most effective cosmetic dental procedure. It can brighten your smile by removing stains and discolorations from your teeth.

Benefits of teeth whitening

How long does the result last?

The results can last for several years, although this will vary from person to person. If a person continues to smoke cigarettes or consume red wine or drink a lot of coffee the effect will not last as long. You need to consult with your specialist before whiten your teeth.

Teeth Whitening Treatment Options We Offer

We offer the full range of teeth whitening treatment options to make your teeth whitened.

Home Teeth Whitening

You can whiten your teeth at home by using customised trays and advanced whitening gels. This cosmetic dentistry procedure will restore the whiter smile you have always wanted.

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In-Office Teeth Whitening

This is a popular professional teeth whitening procedure as it is comfortable, safe and involves minimal pain. This in office whitening in our dental practice delivers an outstanding result.

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Laser Teeth Whitening

Laser whitening procedure has gained in popularity. We can help you achieve whiter teeth in a shorter period of time with laser tooth whitening.

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Frequently Asked Questions

While tooth whitening is usually suitable for most people, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding are not advised to have this treatment. We also do not treat children. To ensure there are no underlying issue's your dentist will examine your teeth and mouth on your first appointment and make sure that there are no issues that might affect the tooth whitening, he or she will also advise you on the best treatment in your case.

There are lots of reasons why somebody would choose to have their teeth whitened and a lot of those will be to do with having more confidence in their smile. It may be a case of someone having quit smoking and wanting to get rid of the tobacco stains on their teeth. It may be that you have a wedding or other special event coming up and want your teeth to look their best for that. There may be as many reasons to have teeth whitened as there are patients who want this procedure!

No it will not

Tooth whitening that is carried out by a trained dental professional will be completely safe. Your dentist will have checked beforehand that it is safe to carry out this treatment for you and will talk to you through the best option in your case. Even home whitening treatment,provided the instructions are followed to the letter, should be perfectly safe. Dental therapists and dental hygienists can also carry out tooth whitening when that tooth whitening has been prescribed by a qualified dentist.

Studies have been done of tooth whitening products that contain 10% peroxide showed that there was no detrimental effect on the mineral content or the hardness of the enamel surface of the teeth.

While it is true that some patients will report a little sensitivity, this is normal and will settle down once the treatment is over. Desensitising agents are now usually included in the whitening gel and patients can also relieve sensitivity themselves by using specialist toothpaste before treatment during it and afterwards. If a patient already has sensitive teeth, they should consult the dentist about the best way to deal with this. There may also be a slight tenderness in the tissue of the gums however this should not last long at all.

If you go to a dentist for tooth whitening you can be sure that he or she will have access to the very latest in tooth whitening techniques and products. There is also the invaluable advicethat will be given to you at the time of your first appointment an assessment. if you buy a tooth whitening kit over the counter without having your teeth examined first, there is a real danger that you could damage your teeth. It may be tempting to buy an over the counter home kit and do it yourself, and this certainly is a cheaper option, but it's not the safest option for your teeth and we would advise that if you are determined to go down this route you at least see the dentist first for a check-up and for their advice on the best over the counter kit to buy.

How long the results of teeth whitening treatment lasts is going to depend on what your eating and drinking habits are. The usual suspects of smoking, coffee, black tea and red wine will lessen the amount of time that you will enjoy your pearly white smile. Your hygienist can help you manage the regular maintenance of your teeth that should ensure that your teeth are is white as they can be for as long as possible.

Whichever method of tooth whitening you choose you are likely to suffer a little sensitivity and there is also the chance that your gums may also suffer sensitivity brought on by some of the chemicals that are used in whitening gels, and this is a particular consideration for people who know that they already had sensitive teeth. Other than that with a dentist supervised whitening there should be very few problems or complications.

Contact us on 02070434315 to start your journey to a whiter and brighter smile.