We live in a cosmetically conscious world, where cosmetic medicine is completely acceptable. The growing demand for cosmetic dentistry, in particular, has created more opportunities for health and beauty companies to launch their own products and offer affordable teeth whitening. However, nothing beats a teeth whitening session in the dentist’s chair and safety is the most important reason to refuse DIY and over-the-counter teeth whitening products.
At Blue Sky Dentistry, we appreciate that a beautiful, white smile is a top priority for many people and for this reason we offer a comprehensive service of teeth whitening in Northern Ireland. Whether you want to whiten your teeth with the help of advanced technology in the dentist’s chair, or simply at home, we can help.
Protect your teeth and gums
Most over-the-counter teeth whitening products promise a sparkling smile with minimal effort. However, these products are not always certified by dental professionals and this means that the ingredients they contain may be dangerous for some people.
Moreover, people with sensitive teeth should not apply generic teeth whitening pastes over their teeth and gums without being aware of the exact type and concentration of the whitening product, because this can lead to serious problems. At-home whitening products can cause increased sensitivity or a burning sensation.
In contrast, professional teeth whitening in Northern Ireland only uses certified whitening gels which are customised for each patient. These whitening agents do not soak in the teeth as much and are not harmful to the gums.
Achieve even results
Professional teeth whitening treatments at Blue Sky Dentistry are designed to help patients achieve an even, whiter smile. Our whitening trays are highly personalised and will whiten all of your teeth smoothly and consistently. Over-the-counter whitening trays are one-size-fits-all and may not make contact with all your teeth, resulting in patchy results.
Whitening your teeth at home on your own is not a great idea, because you may be suffering from an underlying dental condition that you are not yet aware of. Only your dentist can identify whether your teeth and gums are healthy enough to sustain teeth whitening and what treatment is best for you.