You’re never too old for teeth whitening in Northern Ireland

No matter how diligent you are about keeping your teeth clean, it’s impossible to stop stains building up on them, especially if you are an old-school tea drinker and partial to the odd coffee, a glass of red and the odd ciggy when no-one’s looking.

Teeth Whitening in Northern Ireland

You may think that making your teeth look nice is for the young, but why not you too? Just because you are over 40, and even if you are male, there’s no reason not to have great looking teeth. If you had dentures, your teeth would be lovely and even and a great colour, so why not your natural teeth too? Having the staining removed from your teeth with teeth whitening in Northern Ireland can make you look younger and healthier.

Here at Blue Sky Dentistry, we love it when someone who really needs it comes in for teeth whitening in Northern Ireland; the transformation is astounding and people leave us feeling fantastic. It’s a real confidence booster.

There are 2 ways to get your teeth whitened with us. You can go for the dramatic change and get your stains removed in around about an hour, or you can decide not to let anyone notice and do it by stealth in the privacy of your home.

Fast and dramatic

Book yourself in and then lie back and relax while we protect your lips and gums with a plastic barrier. That done, we paint whitening gel onto your teeth and activate it with a UV lamp. The hydrogen peroxide in the gel lifts the stains out of the pores of your teeth. Depending on how white you want to go and how bad your staining is to start with, the treatment takes about 60 minutes.

Slow and stealthy

For this, we make you a set of gel trays that exactly fit your teeth and then send you home with them and a tube of less powerful whitening gel. You wear the gel-filled trays over your teeth for a short period each day and in 2-3 weeks you will have whitened your teeth. The change is gradual so those around you will notice that you look so much better, but won’t know exactly what’s changed.