Power teeth whitening
Everyone has heard about power washing your house, your car, or your driveway, but what about your teeth? Now that’s something to really smile about.
As we age our teeth darken and become yellow and dull in their colour. This can be difficult to avoid as our everyday habits such as eating, drinking will cause the teeth to darken over time. Power whitening is a simple treatment that will rapidly restore your teeth up to 12 shades brighter.
The most requested service in dentistry today is teeth whitening. Most people crave a whiter smile, as it can brighten your whole face. If you find that your smile is getting a bit dull maybe it’s time to give a reputable dentist such as Old Windsor in Berkshire a call to see what power whitening can do for you.
Power whitening is a technique that uses laser bleaching to whiten your teeth. First, any plaque and surface stains are removed from your teeth. Next,a protective barrier is placed on your gums and lips and a whitening gel is applied to your teeth. It works using a powerful laser that whitens your teeth in just one appointment, in one hour at the dentist.After the procedure take your dentist will show you your new tooth shade and measure how much lighter the teeth have gotten.
Does it hurt?
The method itself is non-invasive and painless. Results can be seen immediately after leaving the treatment centre. For those who may have sensitive teeth, there is no need for concern as the process is painless. Most importantly, the treatment is safe. There are no harsh chemical abrasives used and no risk of an allergic reaction. The procedure needs to be performed by trained and qualified professionals, such as those at Old Windsor in Berkshire, who are knowledgeable in the aesthetic field of teeth whitening.
How long does it last?
A combination of maintaining good dental care and routine regular visits to your dentist will ensure that your new smile could last up to two years. Future top up sessions or smile kits can also be purchased from your dentist to maintain the effects of your treatment.