Whiten your teeth with our range of safe and effective teeth whitening treatments at our clinic
Coffee, tea, smoking, and wine – these are just a few of life’s little pleasures that can stain your teeth and leave you feeling less attractive. Luckily there are now safe options of treatments available to undo the damage.
Teeth whitening procedures are used to brighten the appearance of a patient’s smile – sometimes by as many as 5 to 10 shades in a single session. According to the British Dental Association, teeth whitening procedures have become some of the most popular aesthetic dental treatments among patients throughout the country, including. Professional teeth whitening services can be performed in an office setting or prescribed for take-home use by a patient.
Your teeth whitening options
Laser Teeth Whitening
At Brighten Up we use the most advanced whitening accelerator, The Winner of Top Whitening System 8 Years in a row. Professional results in about an hour. It's ideal for people who want instant whitening gratification or those who have that special event coming up that requires a bright, white smile.
Home teeth whitening
Whiten your teeth safely and effectively in the comfort of your own home. Our home teeth whitening uses custom-made, thin clear guards which are supplied with and are designed to hold a teeth whitening gel to whiten your teeth at home. These trays, one for your top teeth and one for your bottom teeth, are made by our LAB Dental Technician.
"Long Lasting Results" Treatment
Brighten Up offers a combination professional in-office and take-home whitening protocol for discolored teeth between shades A3.5 and A4. Which gives long-lasting results.
Air Flow Polishing Treatment
Brighten Up Dental Clinic uses a new technology which transforming all areas of the way we live and dentistry is no exception. The innovative airflow polishing technique uses a machine that cleans and polishes the teeth with a mix of water, compressed air, and fine powder particles. This method is far superior to traditional cleaning methods that use scraping tools, rubber cups, and polishing discs and which can be time-consuming and uncomfortable.
If you grind your teeth while you're asleep, it may help to wear a mouth guard or mouth splint at night.
Mouth guards and splints even out the pressure across your jaw and create a physical barrier between your upper and lower teeth to protect them from further damage. They can also reduce any grinding noises you make at night.
A mouth splint is made from harder plastic and fits precisely over your upper or lower teeth. They're no more effective than mouth guards in reducing the symptoms of teeth grinding.
Anyone engaged in contact sports should use a well-made mouthguard to reduce the risk of injury to teeth, bone, and lips. It will also help to reduce the risk of concussion.
A custom-made mouthguard designed by a dentist is preferable to those sold in sports shops as they will be more comfortable to wear and more likely to stay in place on impact.