There’s a lot of information out there about teeth whitening, and a lot of confusing advertising. Getting it wrong means wasting money, or worse - damaging your teeth and gums. But leaving it longer isn’t an option. Perhaps you’ve got a big event coming up, or your smile’s overdue for that freshen up.
he best place to have teeth whitened is by people who specialise in teeth - AKA dentists. Dentists can access the highest-grade whitening agents. At TL Dental, we offer a range of methods plus expert guidance on which one will give you your dream smile.
If you’re in a hurry to get your smile dazzling again, TL Dental is the place. Because we’re dentists, we can access the highest grade whitening gels and we can tailor both in-chair and at-home whitening systems to your exact needs.
Up to 8 shades brighterin just one hour & take home whitening to keep you smiling for life.
Say goodbye to stainsCoffee, tea and wine stains can add years to your look.
Dentist-grade whiteninggels can be tailored to your timeline for optimal results.
There are as many different smiles in the world as there are people. And there are diverse reasons smiles lose their shine.
We pinpoint the source of your tooth discolouration and help you choose the right whitening system to get your fresh new look.
Because we’re dentists, you can be confident it’s completely safe. And if a total smile makeover is your goal, everything you need is right here.
Don’t wait for your great smile any longer - book easily online and let’s make it happen.
Three steps to a brighter smile
Easily book online, come in and describe your dream smile to us
Get a customised home kit, or have in-chair teeth whitening for instant glamour
See results quickly and start loving your smile again!
Your whitening plan is as unique as your smile. We’ll discuss costs and options when you come in and tell us your goals and your time frame. We offer flexible payment plans so you can have the smile you deserve today.
Teeth whitening is a process where bleaching agents are applied to the teeth to remove stains and give your smile a brighter shade. It can be done in-chair at the dentist if you need instant results, or you can do it at home over a few days or a couple of weeks if you’re after a major change.
In-chair whitening can be done in around an hour, and you don’t need to take anything home except some protective gel for after your treatment.
With at-home whitening, your dentist takes impressions of your teeth and makes custom trays that you take home and use to apply the bleaching agent yourself, once or twice a day, for a period of time your dentist will decide with you.
A good tooth whitening process that your dentist tailors to address the specific reason your teeth are stained should last a long time. And results can vary depending on the type of whitening method you use. You can make your whitening last longer with lifestyle choices, like regular brushing and flossing, six-monthly dentist check and clean visits, and using a straw when drinking drinks that stain teeth - like coffee, tea or red wine.
Teeth whitening is safe when it’s done under your dentist’s guidance. If it’s done incorrectly, bleaching agents can irritate your gums, or make your teeth sensitive teeth. Dentists are trained to manage the products properly so you get great results without discomfort or damage.
You may feel some tingling during in-chair whitening, but it’s completely safe when you have it done at your dental clinic. With at-home whitening, it’s important to follow your dentist’s instructions closely. If you apply too much bleaching agent, or continue applying it for too many days in a row, it can make your teeth more sensitive than usual, or irritate your gums. But your dentist can guide you through the process to get great results with little to no discomfort.
Teeth can become discoloured for many reasons, but the most common is that everyday food and drinks get through their hard outer covering, the enamel, and soak into the next layer, called the dentin. If you smoke, there is also more chance your teeth will look yellow. And there are other factors, like genetics, certain medications, or diabetes that can cause tooth discolouration. Some forms of discolouration can’t be treated with whitening - for example, if your tooth has gone dark because the tooth root is ‘dead’. But most tooth stains respond well to whitening agents, and most patients are thrilled with their fresh new smile.