Teeth whitening at High Dental Implants Melbourne
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Teeth whitening at High Dental Implants Melbourne

A great way to improve the appearance of your teeth in a timely and cost effective manner is by whitening them. This easy method can remove stubborn stains and brighten the natural shade of your teeth to allow you to confidently share your smile with the people in your life.


Not only do we offer the installation of dental implants in Melbourne, but we also offer teeth whitening services. By choosing to have a professional whitening treatment done at High Dental Implants Melbourne, you are choosing to have a professional treatment that is done with care and consideration.


We make sure that we explain to you what you are to expect throughout this treatment and what kind of results you can see. Every person is different and results do vary, but if you have had a teeth whitening kit performed before, you can have some idea of how your teeth react to the agents used to remove stains.


We make it a priority to talk to you about any potential dangers that are associated with you having a teeth whitening treatment done with us, as if you have extremely sensitive teeth you may find that the bleaching agents irritate your teeth and gums to a point where the treatment is not successful.


If you make the decision not to whiten your teeth, a dental hygienist is a good alternative to teeth whitening as a thorough clean and polish brightens the teeth as well. Buying treatment kits online may cause excessive damage and pain if used incorrectly. It is important to use a dentist approved kit in order to ensure your best possible chances for success.


How does teeth whitening actually work?


At High Dental Implants Melbourne, we will first assess your teeth to identify what level and type of staining that you have. This is where our treatment plans go above and beyond DIY kits as we can use equipment to give you maximum satisfactory results.


A custom-made tray is designed to fit comfortably over your teeth for maximum contact with the bleaching gel that is applied. The gel is inserted into the tray and this in turn is transferred onto the teeth.


When you opt for a treatment in the practice, we use a highly concentrated formula to get you results fast. If you would like to opt for a home version that you can use at your convenience, then the gel that you use is a more gentle version and can sometimes be left overnight.


Teeth whitening is a great solution to problematic teeth discolouration and staining. It can be a real confidence boost and can inspire people to maintain higher levels of oral hygiene which in turn leads to a healthier smile.


We are happy to answer any questions that you may have regarding this treatment and how long the effects can last for at High Dental Implants Melbourne. We aim to provide you with a high standard of care with outstanding results that you can be proud to share with the world.


All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.