GET BRIGHTER WHITER TEETH IN JUST 75 MINUTES
*COSMETIC TEETH WHITENING*
ONLY £80.00 (0161 789-4646)
YOUR SMILE IS IMPORTANT. ITS ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS PEOPLE NOTICE WHEN THEY MEET YOU, AND A BRIGHTER WHITER SMILE CAN HELP YOU FEEL BETTER ABOUT YOURSELF AND LEAVE A LASTING IMPRESSION. THE FASTEST MOST EFFECTIVE TEETH WHITENING SYSTEM IS NOW AVALIBLE IN A RELAXED ENVIRONMENT AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE. WHETHER ITS TEA, COFFEE, RED WINE, SMOKING OR JUST THE EFFECTS OF TIME THAT HAVE STAINED YOUR TEETH, OUR PROFESSIONAL TEETH WHITENING SYSTEM GUARANTEES YOU WILL HAVE A BRIGHTER, WHITER TEETH IN JUST 75 MINUTES .
The Treatment - You can rest assured that the teeth whitening procedure is only carried out by our Cosmetic Technicians. After an initial consultation we will discuss your expectations and possible results. The treatment is non-invasive and begins with an application of our whitening gel to the front teeth. The LED then activates the product and immediately begins the lightening process by swiftly penetrating the enamel of the teeth to lift away unwanted stains. A full treatment consists three 15 minute applications. It really is possible to achieve dramatic results of up to 18 shades lighter in just one treatment!
The Procedure - A plastic retractor is placed in your mouth to hold your smile in position and a protective dam is applied to the gums. The whitening gel is gently applied to the front teeth and the LED is activated for a 15 minute cycle.
The whitening gel is removed and re-applied after 15 minutes as the gel is most effective within this time! Finally, when
the dam and plastic retractor are removed, you can rinse and get ready
to flash your amazing dazzling smile which can last up to two years
depending on diet, lifestyle and oral hygiene!
Restrictions on teeth whitening - do I qualify? Treatment will not be offered to those with chemically induced asthma, pregnancy or breast feeding, under 18 years, on certain medication, or undergoing dental treatment.
What is teeth whitening? - It is a process that lightens the discoloration of your teeth.
Who may benefit from Teeth Whitening? - Almost everyone. Today it is quite possible for you to get the extreme makeover smile formerly reserved for the rich and famous. Our teeth whitening system is ideal for patients who have healthy unrestored teeth and would like to have a whiter, brighter smile. The whitening process is most effective on moderately discoloured teeth. Darker stains, such as those caused by antibiotics,take longer to respond to treatment. The degree of whiteness will vary from patient to patient, depending on the structure of the teeth and the duration of time that the system is used.
Is the process safe? - Research indicates that the solution that is used for whitening the teeth has been safely used for many years.
How long does it take? - Results will be seen IMMEDIATELY and will continue to improve over the next 24 hours as the gel will still be active. Some whitening is usually visible within 20 minutes of activating the LED. Within an 75 minutes every patient will see whiter, brighter teeth!
Does it hurt? - We use a NEW revolutionary system which de-sensitises and soothes the gums and teeth at the same time as creating amazing whitening results! Most clients enjoy a comfortable relaxing treatment free from sensitivity.
Will it damage my enamel? - No, it's a gentle treatment that does not affect the enamel.
Can it whiten crowns or veneers? - Yes, you should expect that they return to their original colour.
How white will my teeth become?-
This depends on the level of discolouration. Our treatments are
particularly effective for removing tobacco, coffee and red wine stains.
How long will the results last? - We state that on average the treatment last between 12-18months depending on various factors such as smoking and regularly consuming staining agents.
What causes teeth discolouration? - There are many causes. The most common include ageing, consumption of staining substances. These substances may include coffee, tea, colas, red wine, tobacco, tetracycline (antibiotic) staining, excessive fluoride, nerve degeneration, and old restorations.