What Teeth Whitening Method Works Best?
Teeth Whitening methods range from cheap home treatments through to in-clinic treatments to expensive dentist treatments. Let’s look at each one.
Home Teeth Whitening Methods
Whitening Toothpastes – don’t waste your money. As a toothpaste, they are relatively expensive and give poor results. They do not contain whitening agents but rather are made up of mild abrasives that wear away some surface stains but over time are quite bad for your teeth.
Whitening Gels and Teeth Whitening Rinses also give poor results, taking as much as twelve weeks before you can see any effects at all. Some gels need to be left on for at least three hours every day for several weeks – many hours of discomfort for a meagre result.
Dentist Surgery Teeth Whitening Method
At the other end of the cost range, is Teeth Bleaching by a Dentist. This involves the dentist, or more than often a dental nurse, involves the use of the whitening agent directly to the tooth. While this can give the result you want, the cost is a barrier for most people. In-chair teeth whitening at a dental surgery can cost around $700 per visit – super expensive and, frankly, unnecessary.
In-Clinic Teeth Whitening Method
Preferred by most people, is to have their teeth whitening performed in a Teeth Whitening Clinic. The service is quick, safe and provides long-lasting results. Teeth whitening is purely a cosmetic whitening procedure and not essential to be performed by a dentist.
Gloss Teeth Whitening in Dudley NSW is Newcastle’s teeth whitening specialist with trained consultants qualified in professional teeth whitening procedures. They are also trained to identify any possible issues in and around the mouth, teeth and gums.
The products used are as effective as those used by any dentist. All the products are Australian compliant and produced to exceed the highest standards.
The process is simple: the teeth whitening gel is applied to the surface of your teeth then a special LED light is focused on the teeth. The light purpose is to accelerate the teeth whitening gel, causing the gel to react faster when breaking down stains.
A gentle oxidisation action removes stains and whitens your teeth back to their original colour. As the Teeth Whitening Gel is broken down within a 15-minute period, oxygen acts on the stained organic deposits, which oxidises them into a white colour.
This means that because the teeth whitening light accelerates the teeth whitening gel, causing it to react faster when breaking down stains, you can achieve the same result that would take normally 12-14 hours just with whitening gel alone in a 1-hour treatment.
This process is highly recommended compared to home whitening kits where you need 1 hour a day for around 14 days to get the same results that we achieve in a single 1 hour in-clinic session.
So, to sum up, the in-clinic teeth whitening has the greatest benefits over ineffective in-home whitening kits and the extremely expensive dental whitening.
For Teeth Whitening in Newcastle, head straight for Gloss Hair Boutique & Teeth Whitening Clinic at 1/107 Ocean St, Dudley NSW 2290.
The Gloss Teeth Whitening Staff have been trained to international standards with qualifications second to none in Australia so you can be assured you’re in safe hands while you have your teeth whitened.