Do you want to say goodbye to a yellow smile with Newbury Teeth Whitening treatments.
How will I benefit from teeth whitening?
Teeth Whitening removes stains that tend to build up on teeth, such as those from tea, coffee, red wine, tobacco, or spicy foods.
What Newbury teeth whitening treatments are available?
20/20 Dental Practice provides teeth whitening treatments that are clinically approved. They range from our easy to use home bleaching kit to our state-of-the-art in surgery tooth whitening treatment. The results can be stunning and give you the ultimate, natural bright smile.
"I am delighted with the results of the teeth whitening! The trays were a perfect fit, so there was no discomfort."
"So pleased with the results. Simple procedure. Wish I had it done years ago!"
Do I need to have my teeth whitened by adentist?
Your dentist will be able to advise you whether or not your teeth are suitable for teeth whitening treatment.
If you experience teeth sensitivity and gum irritation, you can visit your dentist for advice.
Can I have my teeth whiten in a Beauty salon?
It is illegal for anyone not registered with the General Dental Council to carry out teeth whitening.
Why should I not be tempted to buy kits over the counter or on the Internet?
There is a vast array of tooth whitening products on the market. The products you can buy online or from high street shops often fail to declare the precise chemicals used so it’s very difficult to assess their safety. Because of this they should not be considered safe.
20/20 Dental in Newbury offers teeth whitening treatments ranging from £38.50 to £575. Your first step will be to visit the dentist to discuss if your teeth are suitable for teeth whitening.
Why are our teeth discoloured?
Everyday life takes its toll on our teeth. Drinking too much tea or coffee, smoking, or even eating strongly coloured foods can stain and discolour them. If you are like most of our patients you probably want brighter, whiter teeth but don't think that anything would really work.
You may have tried some whitening toothpastes. However, it is not possible for the active whitening ingredient in the toothpaste to be held in contact with the teeth long enough to be effective as the active ingredients are washed away by the natural flow of the saliva.
You might have even tried over-the-counter kit but only to find out they don't really do what they claim.