How Does Teeth Whitening Work? - Exeter Advanced Dentistry

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How Does Teeth Whitening Work?

March 22, 2019

Whitening your teeth at home is never going to be as safe as having it done professionally, not to mention that the results may never match those that our experienced clinicians can achieve. But what exactly can you expect when you choose to book in for teeth whitening our Exeter based dental practice?
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To begin with, a full clean of your mouth with one of our hygienists will be advised if necessary, ensuring removal of any plaque, tartar or superficial staining from your teeth and gums. Any cavities can also be found and filled, prior to whitening treatment. This gives our dentists a clean slate to begin with. When it comes to the day of your whitening treatment our dentist will ensure that any treatment doesn’t damage your teeth or gums. A higher dosage of whitening gel will be used by your dentist than many at home teeth whitening kits, this poses a risk in that there is only a certain timeframe that you should be leaving the gel on your teeth; which is why it is highly advisable to use one of our experienced clinicians for this treatment.
Having this procedure completed for you is much safer and often produces much more satisfactory results. However, teeth whitening can cause gum irritation and hypersensitivity and under the care of our dentists, you will be able to overcome these issues faster with guidance. We are an Exeter dentist, with our practice being located in the heart of the city, making us readily available to many. We offer a range of treatments, from teeth whitening and implants to general dentistry such as routine examinations. Click here to get in contact with us should you have any more questions or wish to book an appointment.

Whitening your teeth at home is never going to be as safe as having it done professionally.