Teeth Whitening Sydney CBD

Teeth Whitening

It’s hard to smile when your pearly whites aren’t quite white anymore!

Are discoloured teeth making you shy away from photos or social events? At Hyde Park Dental Care we use high-quality tooth whitening treatments to ensure you achieve superior results.

Why are my teeth discoloured?

Lifestyle factors can stain and discolour teeth every day and these include:

  • Tea and coffee
  • Red wine
  • Highly coloured foods
  • Smoking
  • Amalgam fillings
  • Some medications
  • Ageing

We provide in-office tooth whitening for more instantaneous results

Prior to your whitening treatment, Dr Joffe will gently examine your mouth to identify any key issues that may need to be addressed first (such as decay or gum disease). Dr Joffe will usually recommend a clean beforehand for best results however this is not mandatory.

We use PolaOffice whitening to enhance the appearance of your smile in just two hours! These almost immediate results are visible after your appointment and to ensure your results are maintained we will give you complimentary trays and whitening gel so you can continue whitening at home, as required.

For patients with busy schedules, we offer take-home whitening

Located in the heart of the Sydney CBD, we understand that not everyone has time for in-office teeth whitening, which is why for our time-poor patients we provide our take-home whitening treatment. We design custom dental trays tailored specifically to your mouth, which are used to deliver the at-home whitening product. This way, you are in control of your treatment and can determine the desired results as you go.

Using this system will provide the same end results as in-chair whitening but will take longer as it is done gradually in your own time each day. This option is also more cost-effective. Dr Joffe will explain in detail how often and how much gel to use during the whitening process for best possible results.

Why should you get teeth whitening from a dentist?

In this video, Dr Brian Joffe explains the benefits of getting teeth whitening from a dentist.

Teeth Whitening Sydney CBD

At Hyde Park Dental Care we offer FREE teeth whitening FOR LIFE! This is only available to those who visit us every six months for a dental check-up, scale and clean where you will receive a free tray of teeth whitening gel to keep your teeth beautiful! So be sure to visit our Sydney CBD dental practice regularly to ensure the health and beauty of your smile.

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Teeth Whitening FAQs

Once you have had your teeth whitening treatment, there are a number of ways that you can maintain your newly brighter smile. The first and the most obvious one is to stay away from the consumption, or exposure to, products that have the ability to stain your teeth. If you simply must have that iced coffee, then we suggest that you always use a straw so that your teeth are bypassed as it enters your mouth. General good oral hygiene practices such as regular brushing and flossing, as well as regular check-ups, will also help you keep your teeth white.

The effect of teeth whitening treatments on your existing dental restorations has never been a damaging one and there is very little evidence to suggest that this has ever been the case. Teeth whitening treatments that contain 10% carbamide peroxide have not shown to be damaging to your fillings. Again, the issue is less one of damage and rather more about whether or not crowns, fillings, dentures and bridges are able to benefit at all from teeth whitening as they do not lighten with any amount of treatment.

Just like the rest of your body, your teeth are completely unique and so the results of teeth whitening treatments will never be exactly the same for every patient. Usually, you can count on your teeth being brightened by anywhere between 5-8 shades with 8 being the average. This will largely depend on the extent of the staining present in your teeth and the mineral content that they contain. Teeth whitening removes these stains to reveal the natural brightness of your teeth similar to that of when you were a teenager.

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