Enquire about Teeth Whitening
This consists of a whitening treatment in which a digital scan of your teeth is taken to make clear, comfortable whitening trays. We provide a whitening gel which you place in the trays and wear either overnight or during the day. This is a great method to achieve a white smile and maintain it easily over time using our whitening gel.
In Surgery Power Whitening Treatment
If you are looking for an accelerated whitening option then combing our Home Whitening with an in surgery Power Whitening Treatment is an option. The power whitening treatment is a 60 minute procedure using our in surgery whitening equipment. Our chair-side treatment is a perfect way to achieve a whiter smile quicker than only using Home Whitening.
Whitening Hygiene Treatment
Includes everything our enhanced hygiene appointment does, PLUS a power whitening procedure. The power whitening treatment is a 15 minute procedure using our in surgery whitening equipment. Our chair-side treatment is a perfect way to maintain a white smile.
Combination Home Whitening and In Surgery Power Whitening Treatment
This combines 2 popular teeth whitening treatment types to offer you the maximum results.
To enquire about teeth whitening please call and speak to one of our expert team on: 020 4542 5555
For best results
- During the treatment period avoid staining foods and drinks like red wine, coffee and turmeric
- Consistent application of the gel during the treatment period is required
- Simply order more gel for maintenance of your bright smile
Before Teeth Whitening
After Teeth Whitening
Teeth Whitening FAQs
Is tooth whitening bad for your teeth?
No! Professional tooth whitening involves the use of a gel which will break down dark pigment molecules in your teeth to make them lighter. Non-professional solutions and remedies can be harmful though.
How long does tooth whitening last?
Depending on your habits the results can last decades. At Fulham Road Dental we provide you with a system where you can top-up the results at home very easily. As long as you don’t lose the trays, you will just need to buy a top up of gel.
Does tooth whitening make my teeth sensitive?
Teeth whitening can temporarily make your teeth a little more sensitive to cold stimulus. This sensitivity will go away when you stop the whitening.
Does whitening toothpaste work?
In a nut shell – no. Toothpaste doesn’t contain the right level of hydrogen peroxide to whiten your teeth. Some can even be abrasive and wear the healthy enamel. If you want whiter teeth then you should get professional tooth whitening – home methods can be damaging.