Belfast teeth whitening is all about the colour white

White teeth communicate so much: they communicate health, youth, strength, cleanliness and even beauty. So, if your teeth have become stained from enjoying all of the abundances of life, you may well now be wishing you could turn back the years. In Belfast, teeth whitening is a quick, pain-free, cost-effective cosmetic treatment that will do just that. Our teeth whitening process can take your teeth 1-3 shades lighter.

Teeth Whitening in Belfast

Under dental care

Power teeth whitening in Belfast ensures great results from just one treatment. We protect your gums and lips with a barrier before painting whitening gel onto your teeth.

A lamp is then placed close to your mouth, and the light activates the agent. Within an hour, you will walk out of the clinic with a shiny, white smile that rolls back the years.

In the comfort of your own home

Home whitening kits can be picked up from most High Street stores or at your local beauticians. However, unlike the home kits your dentist will supply, the gel trays are generic and ill fitting. This often leads to uneven distribution of the whitening agent creating an uneven clean or at its worst, damaging the gums and tooth enamel.

By selecting tooth whitening with us at Blue Sky Dentistry, you can guarantee the best results. Your home kit includes bespoke gel trays, made from impressions of your teeth. You fill the trays with a whitening agent and then fit them snugly over your teeth. This precise fit not only ensure even distribution of the agent, it also protect the delicate tissue of your gums.

Because this treatment is being carried out by you and not a professional, the gel is less concentrated, which means that it will take several sessions at home to achieve the same effect. You wear the trays for a short period each day and the results will take a couple of weeks to appear.

Aftercare for your new smile

Brushing, flossing and regular trips to the dentist will not only ensure your white teeth stay bright but it will also ensure signs of gum infections and decay are caught before they become problematic. Teeth whitening is not permanent so you will need to top up occasionally.