Teeth Whitening in Manchester
A fantastic way to improve the cosmetic appearance of your teeth.
We offer 3 different teeth whitening packages at KIssdental to suite everyones whitening requirements and budget:
1. Enlighten Deep Bleaching
Enlighten is the latest guarenteed teeth whitening system from the States. This system is so effective that It can also lighten teeth that have been stained by tetracyline antibiotics. THe procedure involves taking a mould of your teeth first which is then used to manufacture special patented sealed whitening trays at Enlighten Smiles Laboratory. Apporxomiately 10 days later you will be given your whitening trays and 14 days supply of the deep bleaching Enlighten gel. You wear the trays with the gel overnight for 14 days. Following this you come into the surgery for a In-surgery Enlighten power whitening session.
Enlighten Deep bleaching
2. Zoom Advanced power Tooth Whitening
Using the latest state of the art world renowned Zoom Advanced whitening lamp as seen in extreme makeover, your teeth can be whitened instantaneously within about an hour. Most patients choose to sleep or watch a DVD whilst having the Zoom whitening procedure. If you have a DVD or a piece of music that you would like to listen to during your teeth whitening session feel free to bring it along. In addition to the in-surgery Zoom whitening, professional home whitening kits are also offered to enable you to keep on top of your whitening in the comfort of your own home.
3. Kissdental Ultimate Teeth whitening package
Do you want your teeth as white as they could possibly be? then the ultimate teeth whitening package may be for you this takes advantage of both whitening systems to give you a dazzling white smile. It invloves 14 days of home whitening using the Enlighten Deep Bleaching system followed by a 1 hour Zoom Advanced Power laser whitening session . This system achieves by far the best whitening results we have seen at Kissdental.
Zoom Whitening & Enlighten
Frequently Asked Questions (Click on Questions to See Answers)
A - Teeth can become stained or discoloured from frequently drinking tea and/or coffee, from smoking, from drinking red wines, from antibiotics or can simply be part of the aging process. Plaque build-up to tartar, tooth decay, and nerve damage can also discolour teeth. Tooth whitening is a method used by dentists to improve the colour of teeth to natural whiteness and health through a bleaching process.
A - Anyone who has yellow, brown or purple stained teeth can consider tooth whitening to brighten their teeth to their natural shade of white. If your teeth have plaque, are decaying with nerve damage, you can see our resident dentist for advice on dental treatments and oral hygiene, while also learning more about tooth whitening that can progress you to a better looking and healthier you.
A - The tooth whitening options are easily purchased self-applied home-kits or professional bleaching by a dentist through internal and external whitening. Teeth whitening or bleaching home-kits can be bought from your local pharmacy or online. However, this isn't necessarily the solution because your natural teeth may continue to discolour for dental or medical health reasons. You are also at risk of over-bleaching, chemical burns and tooth and gum sensitivity with these self-applied home-kits. Seeing our resident dentist can help you identify the cause of your teeth discolouration, so that the most appropriate dental care and tooth whitening treatment can be identified.
A - Tooth whitening products contain hydrogen or carbamide peroxide and are applied to the teeth as a gel or paste via a gum shield or tray fitted to your teeth. Oxygen is released into the teeth enamel as these chemicals disintegrate, and this process is what lightens the teeth. Home-kits work on a similar basis, but teeth whitening results can take longer. The more peroxide used can cause damage to the teeth and gums, so it is important to consult a dentist about the bleaching kits you are using and frequency of use to identify potential harm to your mouth.
Our resident dentists will discuss tooth whitening options with you and also safe laser treatment that allows the peroxide-based compound to release the oxygen at a faster rate for a much faster and whiter effect. Some tooth whitening treatments can be initially provided at our dental practice where our resident dentist also teaches you how to properly apply tooth whitening treatment at home.
External professional whitening is when a dentist places the bleaching agent on the outer part of the tooth via a rubber mouth tray that also protects the gums. These may include OTC kits (safe home-type kits), power laser treatments, or a combination of both. Internal professional bleaching is for patients who have had successful root treatment for removal of damaged nerve. The bleaching agent is put inside a drilled hole in the affected tooth and sealed. Other lightening techniques can also be used on the tooth after treatment.
A - Tooth whitening is not painful if done by a skilled dentist that takes care in the amount of peroxide used with a rubber gum tray to protect the gum. In internal bleaching, there is no need because the damaged nerve has been removed, so no pain is felt during the bleaching process. If patients feel discomfort at the idea of tooth whitening, a sedative can be administered to help patients relax and feel at ease during the procedure.
A - Our resident dentist will meet with you to examine your teeth and gums and discuss your tooth whitening needs and options. Once you have decided on a teeth whitening procedure, our resident dentist will book an appointment for you where your teeth will be bleached to their whiter more natural shade that you can feel proud of.
A - Tooth whitening treatment may make you more conscious of avoiding the things that can discolour your teeth, such as excessive coffee drinking and smoking. You should maintain recommended oral hygiene standards as usual and keep seeing our resident dentist for regular check-ups of your gums and teeth.
A - Conditions like tooth decay and gum disease should be treated before tooth whitening is considered, because the bleaching agents can irritate the damaged parts of the teeth and gum and prevent healing. When teeth are stained from antibiotics use, certain bleaching agents may not work, so it is important to discuss your medical history and medication intake with our resident dentist. Women who are pregnant or breast feeding should avoid tooth whitening because of the possible effect of the bleaching agent on the developing child. Bleaching is also not advised for crowns, false teeth or veneers, because these options have different techniques for cleaning and replacement that our resident dentist can also explain to you.
A - The whitening effect on your teeth is dependent on your overall health, oral hygiene, life-style choices, diet, and the type of tooth whitening treatment used. Some tooth whitening treatments have whitening effects for up to three years. Our resident dentist can give you information on what to expect for duration of whiteness for each type of tooth whitening treatment available.
A - Alternatives to teeth whitening are slightly abrasive whitening toothpastes, whitening sugar-free chewing gum, natural-looking tooth crowns and veneers, and having teeth scaled and polished by our resident dentist.
A - When visiting our practice, our resident dentist can advise you on the cost of tooth whitening treatment appropriate for you and also what price payment plans are available. The cost does depend on the type of tooth whitening procedure, and also on any pre-dental treatments that may be needed. All your questions about tooth whitening can be answered by our resident dentist who looks forward to meeting you.