Teeth Whitening

If you are dissatisfied with the appearance of your teeth and would like a more sparkling smile, the experts at Real Good Dental can help using our safe and effective tooth whitening treatments. The process uses a harmless whitening gel and gum mould and can produce results in a matter of weeks

Brighter, whiter teeth in no time

Teeth whitening is one of the easiest, most cost effective and long-lasting ways of giving your smile – and confidence – a real lift. When we look good, we feel good, and therefore a dazzling smile can be a great boost to your morale. 

Teeth whitening can make a real difference to your appearance and self-esteem and it gives our dentists great pleasure to be able to provide this service for our patients. Best of all, with the right care, the results of our Teeth Whitening treatment can last a lifetime. 

How’s it done?

Our laser whitening treatment changes the natural colour of your teeth by applying a safe bleaching agent to the surface before subjecting it to a special light that lightens the shade of your teeth. A safe whitening agent is applied directly to your teeth and placed under the light. After around 15 minutes your teeth will get lighter.

Once completed your see your whiter smile as the results are immediate. 

Whiten your Teeth to your Desire

Your tooth whitening treatment can be customised to give you the degree of whitening you desire. Depending on the level of staining you could get up to six shades whiter teeth. 

Keeping your smile white and bright

As well as using a whitening treatment, you can keep your smile looking fresh and bright by incorporating these five simple steps into your oral care routine:

  1. Avoid, or keep to a minimum, strong staining foods like curry and berries, and drinks such as coffee and red wine.
  2. Have a glass of water or rinse your mouth out within 30 minutes of eating.
  3. Plaque attracts stains, so keep brushing and flossing regularly to remove any build up.
  4. Use a tooth whitening toothpaste or mouthwash.
  5. Visit our hygienist for a scale and polish at least once or twice a year.