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Is Teeth Whitening a Suitable Option for Me?

It's crucial to schedule a consultation with us to discuss the nature and extent of discoloration you are experiencing, as well as the specific outcomes you hope to achieve through the whitening treatment. Additionally, it's essential to possess the maturity to fully comprehend the potential risks and limitations associated with the whitening procedure.

Teeth whitening may not be advisable if you fall into any of the following categories:

  1. Individuals under the age of 18.
  2. Those with prior crowns or fillings.
  3. Individuals with certain gum conditions, such as gum recession.
  4. People experiencing tooth or gum sensitivity.
  5. Pregnant or breastfeeding individuals.


Terms and Conditions:

  1. Patients must be of legal adult age, which is 18 years or older.
  2. The use of whitening products cannot be combined with any other product or service.
  3. Patients may be required to undergo an oral hygiene assessment before commencing teeth whitening.
  4. It's important to note that any surgical or invasive procedure carries inherent risks. Before proceeding, it is advisable to seek a second opinion from a qualified healthcare practitioner with the appropriate expertise.


All teeth comprise several crucial layers, including a durable outer enamel, a softer dentine layer, and the innermost pulp. As one ages, the enamel layer may gradually thin due to daily wear and tear, gradually revealing the darker dentine layer. Additionally, changes in the inner pulp layer, which absorbs more minerals over time, combined with wear and tear, contribute to the gradual alteration of tooth color.

Furthermore, tooth color can be influenced by various significant health factors, where diet and lifestyle choices play a substantial role.


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