What factors cause tooth discolouration?
- Staining (tea, coffee, red wine, tobacco etc)
- Genetic Abnormalities
- Hereditary Conditions
- Drug Administration
The correct diagnosis for the cause of discolouration is vital as tooth whitening will only be effective at treating some of the before mentioned factors.
At Cranmore our highly skilled and experienced dental team are qualified to understand the causes of tooth discolouration. Consequently we are able to make the correct diagnosis in order to provide the appropriate treatment and achieve the optimum results.
Who Is Legally Permitted To Provide Tooth Whitening?
The General Dental Council (GDC) regards tooth whitening as the practice of dentistry and only GDC registrants i.e. Dentists, Hygienists and Dental Therapists are allowed to provide this treatment to ensure patients receive the best and safest treatment.
Anyone else offering teeth whitening (e.g. beauticians, hairdressers and salon staff):
- Won’t have the requisite training and knowledge
- Could permanently damage your teeth and gums
- Can’t help you when something goes wrong; and
- Are not regulated by the General Dental Council
to Zoom In Surgery Whitening
1-hour Zoom power whitening can whiten teeth by up to several shades, brightening your teeth dramatically to its natural shade. Best results are achieved in one appointment with four fifteen minute in-chair applications. A special light is positioned over your teeth to activate the gel, which gently penetrates your teeth, breaking up stains and discolouration. Whiter, brighter teeth in less than an hour! We recommend boosting and maintaining the result with our home whitening kit which is included in the price.
A custom made mouth tray is created. A whitening gel is placed in the tray which you then wear whist asleep or for short periods during the day.
Results are normally seen over 2 weeks.