I can highly recommend Chingford Smile, Mrs Talwar is fantastic so welcoming, friendly and professional, and really puts patients at ease. All staff are so friendly and helpful.
Your smile is the first thing people notice and celebrities have been harnessing the power of a white smile for years.
Teeth whitening is one of the most effective and popular cosmetic dentistry treatments that will lighten the existing colour of your teeth and remove discolorations and stains. This cosmetic dental procedure has a great impact on your teeth and helps improve your confidence.
We offer a range of professional teeth whitening in Chingford
A combination of home and practice-based treatments means Enlighten can whiten your teeth effectively in the comfort of your own home.
After a consultation we create a mould for you to whitening your teeth with a gel for 14 days. We will then finish the process off with a final deep bleaching session at our practice.Learn More
Opalescence take-home whitening gel is ideal for people who want the most customised whitening treatment possible. Available in a variety of strengths to be worn either during the day or night and three different flavours we are certain to find the right treatment to meet your needs.
Our team will discuss the most appropriate option for you during your initial consultation.Learn More
No, the procedure is not painful at all.
No. All teeth whitening treatments simply bleach your teeth to remove stains and discolouration. Studies have shown that the enamel and structure of your teeth remains unaffected.
No, only natural tooth structure can be whitened, any crowns or fillings that you have will not react to whitening products. If you have a crown or a filling that is easily visible, you may want to talk to your dentist about different options for improving your smile.
Teeth whitening is a safe, comfortable way to get a bright, white smile. Results and treatment time may vary depending on the level of staining and whiteness desired. Crowns, bridges, fillings, and veneers will not whiten. Pregnant women, breastfeeding women, those with gum disease, worn enamel, cavities, and exposed roots may not be good candidates for whitening their teeth. We recommend visiting your dentist for a pre-whitening consultation so that they can help you choose the professional option that best fits your needs.
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