Are you ready for a whiter, Brighter smile?
Talk to your dentist about Teeth whitening and whiten your teeth.

A simple scale and polish by our dental hygienist can significantly improve the appearance of heavily stained teeth. But for a more dazzling smile, teeth whitening is a popular option.

Professional teeth whitening improves the colour of your teeth through a safe whitening process that removes stains and discolouration. The result is whiter-looking teeth. At NEEM we offer the White dental beauty and boutique tooth whitening system, which guarantees shade B1 at the end of treatment – the lightest of the natural tooth shades. Call now to book a consult to assess your suitability. Having your whitening done at NEEM ensures the best results with your safety and health at the forefront of your care.

Teeth whitening can be a good solution for certain types of tooth staining.

Teeth can be stained by foods, drinks, smoking and certain medications. Teeth whitening is a safe procedure that can lighten the colour of your teeth by using a safe dental whitening agent. Individual results vary and are based on your initial tooth colour and the nature of your tooth staining.

What happens during teeth whitening at the dentist?

First the dentist will need to check all your teeth and gums are healthy before carrying out whitening.

If you opt for home whitening, you will need to have impressions taken of both top and bottom teeth to make your custom fit whitening rays. You will be given another appointment in 2 weeks to fit the trays and give you the whitening gel. The dentist will demonstrate correct use and give written instructions.

Photographs will be taken, and review appointment booked. You will then carry out home whitening using your trays and gel for a period of 2-4 weeks. You can choose whether to whiten by day or while you sleep by Boutique whitening System.

The Boutique teeth whitening system is one of the easiest ways to enhance your looks. Whether you want to add a sparkle to your smile for a special day or perfect your look for every day. Whitening is simple affordable and safe. Your teeth will stay whiter for longer if you brush them twice a day, floss regularly, and avoid food and drink that may cause staining.

Although results are long-lasting, they are not permanent, and your dentist can prescribe follow up whitening gel so you can freshen up your look again using your existing mouth trays.

Does teeth whitening work on dead teeth?

The majority of teeth-whitening procedures work by eliminating stains and discolorations from the
tooth's outer layer of enamel. For decayed teeth that are internally discolored, this is ineffective. An
interior bleaching treatment that only dentists can offer may work effectively for your tooth. Internal
bleaching removes internal stains from non-vital teeth.

What happens during teeth whitening at the dentist?

What takes place when having your teeth whitened by a dentist?
Before starting the whitening process, the dentist must first make sure that your gums and all of your
teeth are healthy.
To produce your custom-fit whitening beams if you choose at-home whitening, imprints of your top
and bottom teeth must be taken. A second appointment will be scheduled for you in two weeks to fit
the trays and administer the whitening gel. The dentist will provide written instructions and a
demonstration of proper use.
A review appointment will be scheduled, and photos will be taken. After that, you will use your trays
and gel to whiten your teeth at home for two to four weeks. By using the Boutique whitening system,
you may decide whether to whiten throughout the day or as you sleep.

What is a Boutique Whitening System?

One of the most simple methods to improve your appearance is with the Boutique teeth whitening
kit. Whether you want to enhance your smile for a special occasion or refine your appearance for
every day.

How Long Does Teeth Whitening Last?

The benefits of tooth whitening might last anywhere from 6 months to up to 2-3 years. From one
to person, it differs. Smoking is one of the things that will quickly discolor your teeth and make the
effects of whitening temporary.