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Safe whitening

We use only professional, safe and tested products which concentration and type is prescribed based on your individual needs to ensure you will get the desired result.

Before we recommend whitening we will thoroughly examine your teeth and gums and advice you if whitening is the best option for you at this time or if other treatments would be more suitable to achieve your desired end goal.


Whitening in safe hands is a safe,  however if you have any cavities, gum recessions, failing dental restorations or existing gum disease these will need to be treated in advance, otherwise you might suffer from unwanted complications such as pain, severe sensitivity or cause further damage to your enamel.


For the reasons mentioned above it is essential that prior to whitening you have a dental assessment carried out by a dentist.


If you’re unsure about whether you are a suitable patient, simply get in touch and one of our dental professionals will be able to advise you.

Teeth Whitening

Professional teeth whitening

Teeth whitening is one of the quickest, safest and non-invasive ways of improving your smile.

With age teeth become naturally darker, but lifestyle and diet also have huge impact in our smiles.


Most people are aware that for example smoking leaves dark staining on the teeth and may over time permanently discolour them, but let’s not forget that certain food such as tea, herbal teas, coffee, wine, beetroot, curries amongst many other coloured food and drinks can  also discolour them and make them very unattractive. If you have yellow, stained teeth then whitening might be a perfect option for you.

This treatment also appeals to patients with healthy teeth who would simply like brighten their smiles!

If you’re considering teeth whitening, you’ve come to the right place!

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