dental teeth whitening

Teeth Whitening in Auckland

Whiter teeth and a brighter smile!

Searching for Teeth Whitening Auckland or a Teeth Whitening Dentist? Needing a dentist for teeth whitening? Caring 4 Smiles are a Teeth Whitening Epsom dentist. One of the first things you notice about your teeth is that over time, your pearly whites may have discolored. Some teeth are stained due to antibiotics or chemicals in drinking, but for most people, our teeth begin to discolor, appear stained and yellow, as we grow older.

Why whiten your smile?

Our Teeth Whitening service attempts to reverse these effects and achieve a whiter, brighter more youthful smile. Our procedures are performed or overseen by NZACD Accredited Cosmetic Dentists. There are two distinct protocols for bleaching teeth.

a. Power bleaching – in approx 2 hours chair time

b. Take Home bleaching – self application of bleach at home / while out walking over a few hours a day, using dentist fabricated mouth trays.

The Power Teeth Whitening process:

A bleaching product under the supervision of a health professional can lighten your teeth up to 8 to 10 shades within just one treatment. The Whitening Gel is carefully applied to your teeth and is then activated by a special light for 20 minutes. This process is then repeated twice more before you go home with a sparkling white smile. During this time you can sit back, listen to your favorite music, watch a movie on the overhead screen and enjoy your visit.

The Take Home whitening process:

At your first visit, impressions are made of your upper and lower teeth, so that a laboratory can fabricate snug fitting transparent mouth trays. At your second visit, these are issued to you with syringes of teeth bleaching gel. You are recalled every few days to monitor your progress. We have observed that patients experience lesser sensitivity with this process.

Disclaimer: Bleaching of teeth may sometimes result in super white teeth or areas which may be less bleached. Prior to bleaching, Our caring clinical team, examines each patient for signs of unusual enamel chemistry or decay.