Tooth whitening

A whiter, brighter smile

Teeth can easily become stained by the foods and drinks we consume, or by smoking, and they also naturally become darker over the years. 

Tooth whitening is a successful and simple method of lightening the colour of your teeth. The degree of whiteness achieved will vary from patient to patient and with the type of whitening process chosen.

Leave it to the professionals

By coming to our practice for tooth whitening, you can rest assured that you are in very good hands. As dentists, we are regulated by the General Dental Council and are qualified to give advice on whitening treatments.

A choice of tooth whitening treatments

Tooth whitening is a popular treatment at Lynwood Dental and Implant Centre in Worcester Park near Kingston. We appreciate that everyone’s teeth are different so we offer our patients a choice of in-practice power whitening and home maintenance whitening kits. Both can produce excellent results.

In-practice Opalescence tooth whitening

We can lightened your teeth in just one visit using the in-practice Opalescence tooth whitening system. This product is so advanced, it doesn’t require a laser or a light for activation. Through enhanced chemical activation, we can now whiten your teeth without heat or ultraviolet rays. The product simply activates itself as it sits on your teeth. It's simple. It's easy. And, in about an hour, you'll have noticeably whiter teeth.

At-home teeth whitening

If you would prefer to whiten your teeth at home at a time and pace to suit you, we can provide you with custom-made whitening trays, a little like mouthguards, and show you how to use them with special whitening gel. The treatment only takes a few weeks and you can stop as soon as your teeth reach the desired shade of whiteness.

Book a tooth whitening consultation

If you are considering tooth whitening, please make an appointment to see us at our practice in Worcester Park near Kingston. After an assessment we will be able to tell you whether whitening is suitable for your teeth and what results you can expect.

This page was last updated on the 27th of February 2014