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Cosmetic Dentistry » Teeth Whitening


Home Whitening

Would you like a brighter, whiter smile?

Enjoy whiter teeth in just 10 nights with our "Polar Night" teeth whitening system here at Trinity Dental Centre in Barnstaple, North Devon.

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Find out:

  • The costs and lowest price alternatives
  • Your options and choices for treatment
  • Are you suitable for treatment?
  • How you can have whiter, straighter and better looking teeth
  • How long does each treatment take?
  • Plus lots more…
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Questions and Answers About Teeth Whitening

Q. How old you have to be to get teeth whitening?

A. in the UK the General Dental Council, which are the regulatory body for the dental team say that:

Products containing or releasing between 0.1% and 6% hydrogen peroxide cannot be used on any person under 18 years of age except where such use is intended wholly for the purpose of treating or preventing disease.

Further information

Q. How much does teeth whitening cost?

A. The cost varies significantly from dental practice to dental practice. You should always make sure that the person offering your teeth whitening is a registrant with the General dental Council, teeth whitening will then typically cost around £245.

Q. How do you bleach your teeth at home?

A. There are two components to bleaching your teeth at home, the bleaching gel and a bleaching tray. The tray is a clear plastic tray which fits precisely over your teeth and is custom made to fit you and you alone. Into this tray you will place the bleaching gel, often wearing the gel for a few hours or overnight. The tray is designed to ensure that the gel does not come into contact with your sensitive gums. You can usually whiten your teeth for as long as you want meaning you are in complete control of the colour.

Q. Will my teeth be sensitivity during whitening?

A. Some mild sensitivity during whitening is quite normal. The advantage with home teeth whitening is that if your teeth become too sensitive you can stop at any time.

Q. Can teeth whitening damage teeth?

A. It is generally considered that teeth whitening does not damage teeth so long as products used are containing or releasing between 0.1% and 6% hydrogen peroxide.




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