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Tooth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Today teeth whitening treatments can effectively transform aging and discolouration effects. The dentists will assess causes of discolouration and whether discolouration is superficial or internal and suggest the most appropriate treatment regimen for each individual.

Teeth whitening is very popular today as it is the quickest and most effective means of enhancing your smile and your appearance.

Kedron Dental Centre uses the Poladay Take home system. Poladay Take home System works by wearing a custom fitting mouth guard with a special whitening gel. We also offer in chair whitening with Pola Advanced Whitening System.

The take home whitening is a simple procedure which includes

  • Teeth are first brushed
  • Bleaching trays are then placed into the mouth for 45mins-1 hour at a time.
  • This is usually repeated each day for 2 weeks.

Why do teeth discolour?

Everyone’s teeth are unique and discolour/stain in different ways. Discolouration or staining of a person’s teeth is typically caused by

  • Black tea
  • Herbal tea
  • Red wine
  • Spicy food such as curry
  • Smoking cigarettes/Cigars
  • Coffee

Who is eligible for Teeth whitening?

A thorough examination is the best way to determine if you’re an appropriate candidate for teeth whitening. Teeth or gum sensitivity and fillings may prevent the use of some products.

A short discussion with your dentist will reveal if there is an alternative solution for you.

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We are committed to offering the highest quality dental care in a friendly, professional and relaxed atmosphere and our practice facilities and equipment enable you to receive the best treatment available.

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Quick FAQ's

What causes discolouration of teeth?

Discolouration of the tooth enamel can be caused by staining, aging or chemical damage to teeth. The more common causes are coffee, tea, red wine, significant amounts of cola soft drinks, cigarettes and some medications.

Genetics can also play a role in the colour of a person’s teeth – some people have a naturally brighter enamel than others. Disease and certain medications eg tetracyclines can also cause discolouration.

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