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Teeth Whitening

Do you think your teeth could be whiter?

Teeth whitening is a simple, non-abrasive and effective way of lightening the colour of your teeth. It is a form of Cosmetic Dentistry which can have a significant effect on the appearance of your smile.

At Infinity Dental Clinic we will also show you how to keep your teeth whiter for longer.

You can see examples of some of our work by reading our weekly informative blogs.

Download our teeth whitening factsheet here

Types of Teeth Whitening in Cosmetic Dentistry

At Infinity Dental Clinic we use a range of procedures to achieve the result you want:

PROFESSIONAL TEETH WHITENING: At Infinity Dental Clinic we provide the Professional teeth whitening techniques which will brighten the shade of your smile. Our teeth whitening system will result in the whitest natural shade of tooth for your mouth. If you chose professional whitening, models of your teeth are prepared so that our specialist laboratory can construct bespoke whitening trays for you. These can then be used within the home surgery whitening system or as an in-surgery whitening system.

HOME TEETH WHITENING SYSTEM: This is the most popular teeth whitening system as it is very predictable and enables our patients to maintain the shade of their teeth very easily at home. Bespoke whitening trays are made to fit over the surfaces of all of your teeth. These trays are designed for home use using a safe form of Dentist prescribed hydrogen peroxide (carbamide peroxide gel). Your Dentist will advise you how to use them. They will need to be worn overnight or for a few hours, usually over a two week period. They can also be worn during the day.

This is a very simple system to use, putting you in control. You can choose how often and for how long you wish to whiten your teeth. You can then buy top-up whitening gels to whiten your teeth further, or whenever you feel the need to whiten your teeth again.

INTERNAL BLEACHING: Your Dentist will prescribe this treatment for individually discoloured teeth caused by previous injury or endodontic (root canal) treatment. It involves placing whitening gel into the chamber of the tooth and usually requires 3-4 sessions over a 6-8 week period. This is the ideal treatment solution for patients who have just one or two discoloured teeth.

We will take pictures of your teeth before and after treatment – you will be amazed by the results

Invisalign and Teeth Whitening


We can control how white your teeth will be following treatment to ensure that you achieve the right shade for your smile. You’re in control and you will decide which colour is best for you.

Side Effects?

Some people may experience sensitivity during treatment. These symptoms are usually temporary and subside soon after finishing treatment. We provide desensitising pastes to help minimise this.

Teeth Whitening Toothpastes

Whitening toothpastes alone will not lighten the natural colour of your teeth. They may however remove some surface staining, as they can be very abrasive.

How to Keep your Teeth White After Treatment

Cut down on the amount of food and drinks which stain your teeth. Items such as tea, coffee, red wine and turmeric should not be consumed too frequently. It is advisable to stop smoking as this is one of the main causes of stained teeth.

Regular sessions with our hygienist are recommended to not only keep your teeth looking cleaner, but also to keep your gums healthier.

If you notice your teeth discolouring again, simply ‘top-up’ using your whitening trays.

Book for a complimentary consultation with our experienced treatment co-ordinator


Teeth whitening is a simple way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth. It is a simple and cost-effective Cosmetic Treatment which can improve the appearance of your smile.


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