Teeth Whitening Auckland

Teeth whitening – the demand for bright white smiles has entered societal consciousness with a vengeance; it is now the most requested cosmetic procedure of dentists. Tooth discolouration happens to all of us, but now there are solutions to bring your teeth back to their former, whiter selves.

The science behind professional teeth whitening is well researched and the options offered by dentists in NZ are safe and scientifically proven. It is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to improve your smile and it is our expert opinion that if you want to do anything to enhance the appearance of your teeth, you should usually begin with whitening.

As with all cosmetic procedures, the final result is often in the experience of the clinician. Today there are many options for whitening treatments, do your homework and make sure your treatment is performed by a registered dental professional.

In Office Whitening

In Office Whitening is also known as “In-Chair whitening”, “Power whitening”, and “Laser whitening”.

If you are looking to quickly and conveniently whiten your teeth, your solution is an appointment with one of the dentists at Downtown Dental. After an assessment for your suitability, in just one quick visit, you can enjoy a smile that is shades whiter using innovative treatments, such as Zoom Teeth Whitening and BriteSmile. Without any messy teeth whitening trays, gels, or strips, a professional teeth whitening treatment is the easiest way to achieve a beautiful, Hollywood smile – and it can often be done in one appointment during your lunch break!

Take Home Whitening

Take Home Whitening is where impressions are taken of your teeth and a thin custom made plastic tray is made which you take home, add whitening gel and wear. This option can be advised for a lot of cases where chair whitening will be too intense or gradual whitening will work better. The key to home teeth whitening treatments is that you must diligently apply the product over a course of several weeks or months to obtain the maximum desired result.