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Teeth Whitening Bundoora – For A Smile That Dazzles

If your lack-lustre smile is getting you down, now could be the perfect time to consider teeth whitening treatment, VIC.

Teeth discolour and stain due to a combination of ageing, stain-inducing drinks and foods, and smoking but fortunately, we can help you achieve a brighter smile with whitening teeth treatment at our Bundoora dental clinic.

Why not come and discuss teeth whitening treatment and other cosmetic dentistry options with our experienced dentist at Radiant Dental Smiles Group today.

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In-chair whitening teeth  treatment is one of our most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments which is hardly surprising. Not only does it give you an instantly white brighter smile but it can also improve your self-esteem and boost confidence.

Our Bundoora dentist uses Philips Zoom which is reliable, effective, and fast – producing great results within an hour. The whitening gel is carefully applied to the teeth and a special light is shone on to them to activate and accelerate the bleaching process. The bleach penetrates the pores of the teeth breaking up the stain molecules producing results that can be up to 8 shades lighter.

Smile Your Way

As an alternative to teeth whitening treatment, you may want to take advantage of custom whitening trays available at our Bundoora dental clinic. These can be used in the comfort of your own home, while still having treatment monitored by a dental

professional in Bundoora.

We provide a range of Zoom whitening systems that contain different concentrations of hydrogen peroxide (bleaching agent) giving patients the flexibility of whitening their teeth during the day or overnight as they sleep.

Patients will be issued custom trays that are worn over the teeth like a mouthguard and a supply of Zoom whitening gel. Instructions will also be given so patients can start to whiten their teeth as soon as they feel ready. Take-home whitening kits take longer to work their magic but patients can typically expect noticeable results within 14 days.

The trays are yours to keep and can be used whenever your smile needs a top-up. Keep them safe by storing them in the case provided with your whitening kit.

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Worried About Discoloured Teeth?

If so, then book an appointment with our Radiant Smiles dentist. We can discuss your teeth whitening options as well as any other dental services you may be interested in.

Call today on (03) 9000 0537 or book your smile appointment online.

Commonly Asked Questions

Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes, whitening teeth is safe but only when it’s supervised by a dental professional. Easy access to online whitening products can lead to overuse. Any long-term use can be harmful. Over the counter products provide an introduction to whitening teeth but because the concentration of bleaching agent is low, they’re not always that effective.

Simply put, the whitening teeth products that dentists are legally allowed to use are considerably stronger than anything you will find in your local store and provided they are used properly will produce more beneficial results.

Why should I have a dental exam and clean before whitened?

A dental exam is recommended so that our Bundoora dentist can examine your teeth and gums for any sign of infection or disease. Should you have gum disease or tooth decay, this must be addressed before teeth can be whitened. Without dental treatment, the bleaching agent could irritate your teeth and gums.

Teeth cleaning is also recommended before whitening teeth treatment to achieve optimal results.

Does teeth whitening work on dentures or veneers?

Whitening teeth treatments such as Zoom are only designed to work on natural tooth enamel. Existing restorations such as dentures, crowns, veneers, bridges, and tooth coloured fillings will not lighten. This means that any pre-existing dental work may have to be replaced if you wish to undergo a whitening teeth.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.

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