Looking for a Teeth Whitening Dentist in Wodonga?
Are you happy with the way your teeth are, except for their colour? Do you smoke or drink lots of caffeine, and hate the stains that make your teeth look yellow and aged? The Daintree Dental Clinic and their team of experienced dental technicians provide dramatic teeth-whitening treatments to improve your natural smile.
How Does Tooth Whitening Work?
Whitening your teeth is a safe, non-invasive procedure that naturally lifts deep-set stain from the pores of your tooth enamel. This allows your teeth to appear whiter, brighter, and years younger when your treatment is completed.
In just a single appointment, you can have years of stain removed from your teeth without having to do anything yourself. Your in-office whitening appointment takes less than an hour, and your teeth can be as many as 12 shades whiter once the treatment is finished. We also use new technology that amplifies your whitening results while also minimising tooth sensitivity during the treatment, ensuring your comfort throughout the process.
At your in-office whitening appointment, we will apply a prescription formula whitening gel to your teeth, which is then activated by a UV lamp for 15 minutes. The application is repeated 2-3 times depending on your initial results. As soon as we’re finished with the application, you’ll walk out with a beautiful white smile that is sure to turn heads.
Why You Should Consider Whitening Your Teeth
People with whiter, beautiful smiles have more self-confidence. Your smile is one of the first impressions that you make on other people, so don’t hold it back! After just a short period of time you can benefit from a naturally whiter smile that could improve your social and professional life, as well as the way you feel about yourself. To find out if you’re a candidate for whitening, or which type of whitening would work best for your needs, call The Daintree Dental Clinic today and schedule a consultation visit with one of our Wodonga based tooth-whitening professionals.