Why choose teeth whitening treatment?
If you’re embarrassed about your smile because of the yellow or brown stains on your teeth, professional teeth whitening is an effective option to consider at 119 Dental. Unlike the toothpastes and treatments you can buy over the counter or online – which are at best, ineffective and at worst, dangerous to use – teeth whitening in Reading is safe, pain-free and clinically proven to lighten teeth effectively.
Choose teeth whitening by professionals
At 119 Dental, our proven whitening treatments are safe and performed by qualified, experienced professionals, so you can feel confident that we’ll whiten your smile without damaging your teeth or gums. We offer a range of whitening options to suit your needs and lifestyle – so why not give it a try?
Teeth whitening treatment starts from just £250
Don’t be tempted by cut-rate offers on high street teeth whitening. Only dental health professionals are legally allowed to touch your teeth – and with good reason. At 119 Dental, we’ll whiten your teeth safely and affordably.
Almost. There are a few patients for whom whitening may not be advisable, which is why it’s imperative to only have teeth bleaching done by a qualified dental professional.
If you’re interested in whitening your teeth, you will first need to attend a consultation at the practice. Your dentist will carry out a full examination before confirming you’re a good candidate for whitening. If whitening is the right treatment for you, your dentist will take your dental impressions, which will be sent to a lab where your custom-fit bleaching trays will be manufactured. Unlike generic bleaching trays, lab-made trays exactly fit the contours of your gum line, protecting your gums and targeting your teeth more accurately.
No, the whitening gel only affects natural teeth – so if you are having dental restorations such as crowns and bridges, make sure you talk to your dentist about whitening too. It’s recommended that whitening is carried out first so that restorations can be colour-matched to your newly brightened teeth.
Whitening is like setting back the clock on the colour of your teeth – so they will start to darken again with age and to collect stains again, just as they would if you’d never had them whitened. The key to keeping your teeth white as long as possible, whether you have them whitened or not, is avoiding the foods and drinks that stain teeth and maintaining your dental hygiene routine. You can also use your bespoke whitening trays for top-up treatments that you can get from your dentist.