Teeth Whitening Dundee
Dentist-supervised teeth whitening is a non-invasive process of improving the shade of your smile. Here at Scottish Dental Implants, we offer both an at-home whitening treatment and an in-surgery treatment.
Our teeth whitening treatments:
Philips Zoom Whitespeed
In-surgery whitening treatment administered by your dentist.
Whitens your smile by up to 7 shades in just 60 minutes.
Blue LED light-accelerated whitening treatment.
Ideal for patients who want instant results from their treatment.
Results can last for up to a year.
At-home self-administered teeth whitening treatment. Your dentist will create bespoke whitening trays and provide you with whitening gels to use at home over the court of 1-2 weeks.
Whitens your teeth by up to 16 shades.
The only treatment to white teeth to a B1 shade (the whitest shade teeth will naturally go).
Whitens teeth in 7-14 days (depending on the shade desired).
Long-lasting results of up to 3 years.
Wear your whitening trays day or night.
frequently asked questions
Which whitening treatment should I choose?
Philips Zoom Whitespeed offers fast results for patients who want their teeth to be white as soon as possible, and without having to wear at-home whitening trays. If you prefer a treatment with longer-lasting results, we recommend EnlightenTM.
How much is teeth whitening?
Our teeth whitening treatments start from £395.
How do I prepare for teeth whitening treatment?
If you have plaque and tartar along your gum line, we may recommend a hygienist appointment prior to beginning your whitening treatment. If you are choosing to have at-home whitening treatment, we will provide you with clear instructions on how to place the aligners over your teeth and how much gel to use each day or night.
How do you get rid of yellow teeth forever?
Topping up your teeth whitening treatment regularly and adopting good oral hygiene and dietary habits will help to prevent your teeth from discolouring over time. If you are looking for the whitest shade possible for your smile, you dentist may recommend veneers.