Queen's Drive Dental Practice

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Tooth Whitening

For A Brighter, Whiter Smile

What whitening options do we offer?

If the discolouration is due to changes within the enamel of the teeth, whitening procedures can be used with great effect to lighten and brighten your smile. Some techniques produce an almost instantaneous improvement.

Tooth whitening is still the most commonly prescribed and performed cosmetic dental treatment to date. It can provide dramatic improvements in a very short period of time with the effects lasting for up to 2 years.

Typically a whitening gel is placed onto the teeth for a specific period of time. Once removed the teeth appear visibly whiter, and depending on the quality of the gel this whitening effect will last for a prolonged period of time, typically up to 2 years.

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Smile With More Confidence

Tooth whitening is perhaps the most commonly recommended cosmetic dentistry procedure. It can reliably and successfully lighten teeth which have darkened due to age changes, staining by tea, coffee, red wine etc…

Live the fantasy and roll back the years with a head turning, beautiful whiter smile.

Teeth whitening is a simple, safe and effective, non-invasive treatment which is growing in popularity as more and more people, young and not so young, are experiencing the benefits that it brings.

Smile with more confidence and make a great impression first time, every time. 

What is involved with tooth whitening?

The technique involves taking impressions of your teeth and getting laboratory made custom bleaching trays. Tooth whitening gel is then applied to the trays which are fitted to the teeth.

The trays hold the gel on the teeth and with time the teeth lighten. The more often you apply the gel the lighter the teeth will go. 

What causes tooth discolouration?

There are many causes including ageing and consumption of staining substances such as coffee, teas, colas, tobacco, red wine etc. During tooth formation consumption of tetracycline, certain antibiotics or excessive fluoride may also cause tooth discolouration.

Is tooth whitening safe?

Yes, when monitored professionally and the instructions are followed there will be no damage to teeth, enamel or gums.

How long will it take?

Generally the effects can be seen within one week for the in-office technique and in about one month for the home bleaching technique. Some stains, like those caused by antibiotics, may require a prolonged course of treatment.

How long will it last?

This depends on your lifestyle (tea, coffee, red wine etc.) but generally the effects should last up to 2 years. We advise patients to keep their bleaching trays and additional tubes of the tooth whitening can be purchased for a ‘top-up’ as required.

Will it affect my fillings or crowns?

No, there will be no colour change to existing fillings (silver or white), crowns, veneers, inlays, bridgework etc. Some restorations may need to be replaced if they do not match the new colour of your teeth and we will do our best to advise which ones these may be, but the final decision can only be assessed once the tooth whitening has been completed.

Taking The Next Step

Are You Ready To Transform Your Smile?

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Discover more about how Queens Drive Dental Practice can help to transform your smile and your confidence. Request a Complimentary Consultation with your Smile Advisor Amber today!

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Telephone: 01414235161 (24/7)

Email: Reception@Glasgowdentist.Co.Uk

Opening Times

Monday 09:00 AM – 18:00 PM
Tuesday 09:00 AM – 18:00 PM
Wednesday 09:00 AM – 18:00 PM
Thursday 09:00 AM – 21:00 PM
Friday 09:00 AM – 16:00 PM
Saturday 09:00 AM – 13:00 PM

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What Our Patients Say

Morgan
Morgan
I had an awful black filling that needed seeing to due to lock down. This had always been an eye sore that gave me real smile and confidence issues. Olivia talked me through all of my options and I opted for a lovely white crown, the difference is massive and my experience was brilliant. I don’t think I’ll dread the dentist anymore. Thanks Olivia for making my smile lovely again!read more
Ikra Javid
Ikra J.
Olivia was very patient, calming, friendly and provided excellent customer service compare to other dentists I have been to. Would highly recommend
Malcolm Tierney
Malcolm T.
Excellent service I had an emergency appointment I was not one of their clients but it was not a problem the service has been excellent and I am now registered and continuing treatment In my experience a very well run practice and staff are excellent highly recommend this practiceread more

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Queen's Drive Dental Practice, 118 Queen's Drive, Glasgow, G42 8BJ, Scotland

*“Pain Free! The Finished Result Is Marvellous” Says Marion E Maclellan

*“It Was A Painless, Hassle Free Procedure” Says Dorothy Louttit, Edinburgh

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Disclaimer: Shorter Term Orthodontics Provides A Relatively Fast Improvement In Cosmetic Alignment Of The Front Teeth. The Technique Does’t Always Address A Patient’s Bite/Fit Of The Back Teeth As Much As Comprehensive Orthodontics. While In The Past It Was Thought That Doing Orthodontics Faster Would Be Harmful To The Teeth New Studies Suggest Shorter Times In Braces May Have Benefits. Every Treatment Has Risks And Rewards That Will Be Discussed On An Individual Basis. Queen’s Drive Are General Dentists Who Refers Difficult Orthodontic Treatment To A Respected Specialist.

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