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Do you wish your teeth were a little brighter and whiter? Pearly white teeth look healthier and more attractive, with many people also equating them with happiness and success. Sadly, our teeth naturally darken with age, and this effect is only compounded by staining and discoloration caused by environmental factors such as the food and drinks we consume, or habits such as smoking. The good news is that you don’t need to let issues like these prevent you from owning a kilowatt smile. Laser teeth whitening is the most popular elective dental procedure in the world, and a simple and effective method for transforming the color of your teeth.

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Laser Whitening

 There are lots of different whitening treatments available, LASER Teeth Whitening is widely considered by many dentists to be one of the safest teeth whitening solutions available. Nevertheless, there are side effects associated with all types of teeth whitening, regardless of which method you use. To help you know what to expect, here are those which are most commonly associated with LASER Teeth Whitening. 

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X-Ray if needed

At the dental check-up, your dentist will evaluate the health of your mouth and look for any signs of cavities, gum disease, infection, oral cancer and other dental health problems. Your dentist may also take X-rays to detect issues that are invisible to the naked eye.

Full Mouth Cleaning



At our dental clinic, we stress the vital importance of mouth cleaning for your overall oral health. It not only enhances your smile but also prevents issues like cavities and gum disease. Our dedicated team provides tailored oral hygiene guidance and professional cleanings to detect problems early. We're here to support your oral well-being and believe that a healthy smile mirrors a healthy you. Trust us to prioritize your oral health and provide top-notch care at every visit.

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Full Dental examination


X-Ray if needed

Before treatment – How to prevent Teeth Whitening Sensitivity

Patients who are about to undergo a professional teeth whitening treatment are advised to build up a resistance to sensitivity by changing to a sensitive toothpaste or gel at least one week before the start of the treatment.

Although switching to a sensitive toothpaste may not entirely prevent the sensation of temporary heightened sensitivity in the teeth following teeth whitening treatment, patients will nevertheless benefit from a reduced sensitivity.

After treatment – How to prevent Teeth whitening Sensitivity

  • After your treatment, we apply soothing gel and our mixed oil medications, which proven by studies that it seals the opened enamel prisms. then , use the prescribed toothpaste and/or gel specifically designed to cope with sensitivity. In most cases, this sensitivity will only last around 16 hours at most and after our medication it becomes minimal.
  • When brushing your teeth, be gentle. Use a soft bristled brush and lukewarm water instead of cold to take some of the sting out of your sensitive teeth. We would also advise that you leave the toothpaste in your mouth for a few minutes after you’ve finished brushing and before rinsing to give it some extra time to work.
  • For a couple of days after your treatment, try to steer clear of hot and cold drinks – we would recommend trying to avoid hot drinks like tea and coffee anyway as these can stain your newly whitened teeth.
  • You might find it easier to drink through a straw as this allows the liquid to bypass your teeth for the most part