Teeth Whitening

What are your options?

POLA Whitening

POLA LIGHT Teeth whitening is a quick and non-invasive method to enhance your smile.

Teeth whitening is a quick and non-invasive method to enhance your smile. Virtually everyone who decides to whiten their teeth sees a moderate to substantial improvement in the whiteness and brightness of their smile.

POLA Options

In-chair whitening

  • Significant colour change in short period of time
  • High concentration of hydrogen peroxide applied to the teeth by dentist
  • Treatment generally takes one hour with four 15 minute sessions of peroxide application on teeth with/without light.

Take-home kits

Easy to use, lower concentration of peroxide gel placed on teeth for 15 minutes, twice daily at home.
Produces good long term results

ZOOM Whitening

Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening
Philips Zoom! WhiteSpeed is proven to deliver fast, dramatic whitening results.
Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening
Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening
Professional teeth whitening is easy and safe with Philips Zoom!

Unleash a whiter, brighter smile in less time than your lunch break. With Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening!, you can choose from chair side or take-home professional Zoom teeth whitening treatments that are tailored to you by your dentist. Whether you have a special occasion or simply want to reduce discolouration and stains, Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening! gives you professional results with little or no sensitivity.*

Conditions: must be up to date with check up and clean and have no outstanding dental treatment/s.
*Not for exchange on any other services, one treatment per person. Gift vouchers available on request.

Enhance your best asset

Teeth whitening can be one of the simplest and most effective ways to enhance the appearance of your smile. At our Labrador practice our dental professionals offer effective and results-driven whitening treatments. To give our patients the results they deserve.

What causes stains?

There are a number of factors which can lead to teeth discolouration. In the case of superficial or deep stains and blemishes. While there are a number of lifestyle factors that can affect the shade of your teeth. Often brightly coloured food and beverages are the culprit of common discolouration.  These include:

  • Soft drinks
  • Red wine
  • Tea and coffee
  • Acidic foods such as lemon
  • Sauces, most predominantly soy sauce

In addition to these, any foods, lollies or drinks that have high sugar content are likely to be damaging your teeth and can affect their colour. Another significant factor that can cause teeth discolouration is smoking. Smoking has the potential to be extremely damaging not only to your overall health, but also to your dental health and the colour of your teeth. Not implementing a regular dental hygiene routine can also lead to teeth discolouration.

Teeth Whitening

During your initial consultation our dental professionals will assess the individual degree of discolouration of your teeth. They will then suggest a whitening treatment that is suited to address these concerns.

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