Let Your Teeth Sparkle With Our Teeth Whitening Service
Get Glistening White Teeth For Life For Free
We all want that Hollywood smile. Fortunately, you don’t have to be a movie star to achieve it. Grosvenor Dental Practice is now offering FREE professional teeth whitening services to their dental plan members. You will receive a starter kit containing custom fitted professional whitening trays and market leading whitening gel for a one off fee. From then you can get free treatment at your regular dental check-ups.
Why Should I Have My Teeth Whitened?
Over time our teeth can become stained due to what we eat and drink. Coffee, tea, wine, sports drinks, citrus fruit, berries, sweets and tomato sauce can all an adverse effect on the colour of our pearly whites. But you don’t have to settle for discoloured teeth. Our teeth whitening dentists can provide you with an effective tool in lightening the colour of your teeth. The degree of whiteness achieved will vary from patient to patient due to the type of bleaching process chosen.
There are numerous benefits of having a sparkling smile. Not only does it improve your self-esteem, it will also make you more youthful looking. Let’s face it, with glistening white teeth you’ll be smiling like a Cheshire cat all day. You’ll also feel better as when we smile we release natural endorphins which are the feel good hormones that make us happy.
Use Our Teeth Whitening At Home Service
Grosvenor Dental Practice can provide whitening options for patients in our surgery and at home. Our whitening at home service allows us to see the patient and administer whitening gel that can be placed in a custom-made tray and lets patients wear while asleep or for short periods during the day. Results of this are usually seen over two weeks.
If you are looking on Google for the best teeth whitening dentist near me, congratulate yourself because you have just found Grosvenor Dental Practice.
For the best prices, service and professionalism, contact our highly-skilled teeth whitening dentists today on 01782 848708.
Book An Appointment
Boost your confidence and bring the smile back to your face. For more details call 01782 848708 today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Patients have numerous questions when it comes to dental treatments. Put your mind at ease with the answers to the most frequently asked questions..
How Long Does It Last?
This all depends on the individual’s lifestyle. Drinking lots of red wine and smoking will stain teeth a lot sooner than someone who is tee-total and a non-smoker. However, a typical user should be looking at benefiting from treatment for up to three years.
Is Whitening Teeth Safe?
Providing you use a qualified dentist, then whitening teeth is absolutely safe. A professional service offers much better results than alternative methods.
Does Whitening Teeth Damage Them?
The simple answer is no. Whitening teeth is totally safe, providing you use a professional dentist for your treatment. Many people fear that the procedure will harm the enamel, but the findings from recent tests have concluded that there is no harm to the enamel.
How Much Does Treatment Cost?
With prices at Grosvenor Dental Practice starting from £300, our servicee will not break the bank.
How Do I Protect My Teeth After Whitening?
Continue to brush your teeth twice a day, floss regularly and rinse your mouth out with antiseptic mouthwash as least once a day.
Why Choose Grosvenor Dental Practice?
Our dentists are highly trained professionals and specialists in their field. They provide the best pain-free treatment possible and the results are incredible. Call our team today to get your treatment underway.
Can Charcoal Toothpaste Give You White Teeth?
Don’t fall for the hype. Charcoal toothpaste is an abrasive substance that will completely destroy your enamel. Do not put your teeth at risk due to the latest fad. Speak to our professional team today.
What Should You Not Do Before?
Don’t floss, as you could cut your gums, which will cause discomfort after your treatment. Using your regular mouthwash is fine. There is no need to avoid food before your treatment. In fact, you won’t be able to eat for a few hours after your appointment, so have a meal that will keep you full before you visit the dentist.