Tooth whitening is a safe, effective and affordable way of brightening your smile and improving your appearance.
Here at Fosters' Dental we are proud to offer Opalescence PF Tooth Whitening Systems by Optident. Opalescence contains a patended Potassium and Fluoride formula for stronger enamel, decreased sensitivity, and caries prevention.
What Is the Cost?
£250 which includes your custom made whitening trays, whitening kit which contains 8 syringes of whitening gel, tray container, whitening toothpaste and carrycase.
What is involved?
You will require 2 appointments one week apart. The first appointment is to take impressions of your teeth so that the trays can be custom made to fit you perfectly. The second appointment will involve the trays being fitted and collection of your whitening kit with full instructions on how and when to use it. We will ask you to come back for a short review a month or so after to see how you are getting on.
How does tooth whitening work?
Tooth whitening is a chemical process using peroxide to break down the molecules that cause discolouration of the teeth. This process causes the teeth to lighten without altering the structure of the tooth. Enamel, dentine, fillings, crowns or veneers are not affected or harmed by the peroxide.
How long does tooth whitening last?
Depending on your nutrition and lifestyle habits, tooth whitening may need to be topped up periodically. This is perfectly safe. We always keep the whitening gels in stock for you to purchase when required. £15 for one syringe or £50 for 4 syringes.
Will tooth whitening cause tooth sensitivity?
Teeth can become sensitive during treatment but this wears off when treatment is complete. However, Opalescence PF formulas contain desensitising agents and have a high water content to keep your teeth hydrated throughout the treatment, which combats sensitivity.
Foster's Dental Practice
3 Highfield, Doncaster Road
Rotherham S65 1DZ
Monday to Friday 8am 12:30pm and from 1:45pm to 5pm
If you have an emergency outside our normal opening hours, please telephone 111 to access the NHS emergency services.
For non-emergency requests, please leave a message on our answer phone and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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