Teeth Whitening

Our Dental Teeth Whitening Proceedures can offer you up to 10 shades lighter. Please call 9262778 for a consultation to discuss any questions you may have.

Our professional teeth Whitening procedures used by dentists lightens the whiteness of your teeth by up to 10 shades and helps remove stains and discoloration caused by tea, coffee, red wine or other coloured foods.

Your bright smile is the first positive thing that people see when they greet you.  Teeth whitening can improve your confidence and the way you feel about yourself as you have the confidence to smile more often.

Dental teeth whitening procedures are clinically tested and proven to be one of the safest methods to brighten your teeth.

Many non-dental professionals provide teeth whitening alternatives, however, only a dentist can provide a professional and safe environment to whiten your teeth with clinically tested products such as Zoom! and Opalesence These products are the top ranked patient-requested professional whitening treatments with over 10 million patients having used these products to whiten their teeth.

Teeth will discolour naturally over time.  During the course of the day a light film develops on your teeth which forms stains and discoloration. The enamel on your teeth contain small pores where these stains then grow and form.  It is important to have your teeth professionally cleaned before your whitening procedure.  This is so you have a clean surface to work on and give you the best whitening result.  Cavities also need to be treated before whitening to avoid sensitivity as the whitening solution can penetrate decay and then reach the inner area of the tooth and cause sensitivity.

We provide our patients with a Take Home Kit which you can use to maintain the whiteness of your teeth.

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.  Dr Finkelstein will explain these to you carefully at the time of your consultation as well as address any questions you may have.  We also recommend before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Dr Michael Finkelstein BDS