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We offer interest-free finance available over 12 months

FREE 3D iTero scan

We’ll create a 3D image of your teeth in just minutes using an iTero scanner, a leading digital scanner

FREE Cosmetic Consultation

We include a free cosmetic consultation with your teeth whitening package

Teeth Whitening

Give yourself a smile to be proud of.

All our Teeth Whitening products are CE Approved and adhere to strict standards

Free 3D iTero scan in Essex, worth £349

SimplyTeeth Essex provide a range of teeth whitening services from various vendors that give you ultimate flexibility and choice when deciding how you want to achieve an amazing, gleaming smile. As part of our teeth whitening service to you, we provide you with a free 3D iTero scan that gives you a precise high-resolution rendering of your new smile – before you even start your teeth whitening treatment. 

No obligation, no risk, no reason not to see how your new smile could look.

Watch the video to see how Teeth Whitening works.

Why choose us for Teeth Whitening?

CE Approved Products 

We only use CE Approved products and services for our teeth whitening, meaning that you can be assured that all our methods are safe, reliable and highly-professional, and that you’ll be in safe hands getting your teeth whitening completed at our practice.

Free 3D iTero scanning

As part of our Invisalign® packages, we offer free 3D iTero scans, which is a new breed of technology that is revolutionising dentistry. This creates an incredibly accurate 3D model of your mouth, teeth and gums – to ensure you get the best possible treatment.

After Treatment Care 

We don’t just provide you with the treatment and then leave you to it – our teeth whitening packages include after-care and follow-up in the weeks and months following your treatment, to ensure you maintain the best possible results.

Flexible Payment Plans

With our range of Teeth Whitening finance options, you can get the smile you’ve always wanted from as little as just £35 a month, and with options to pay over 12 months interest-free – we’ve made our Invisalign® treatments accessible to anyone.

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FREE Scanning

iTero 3D Scanning included with your Teeth Whitening package

FREE Follow-Up

Additional sessions after your main Teeth Whitening to maintain your new smile

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Interest-free finance available over 12 months

Achieve your dream smile quickly and effectively

Teeth Whitening is one of the quickest and most effective ways that you can improve the overall appearance of your teeth and mouth.

Benefit from innovative 3D scanning technology

We have the technology to enable you to view your new improved smile in digital 3D before you even start the teeth whitening treatment. The advanced iTero technology that we have at our practice enables you to have a quick scan and get your smile simulation often in less than 10 minutes.

How do we compare?

What's included?SimplyTeeth Teeth WhiteningAt Home Teeth Whitening
Free Consultation
Appointment within 72 hours
Digital 3D scanSometimes
No. of appointmentsUnlimited0
Treatment length6-24 monthsVaries
0% finance availableSometimes
Average monthly price£28 per month£98 per month
Led by a UK registered dentist
Choice of best-in-class branded productsSometimes

Our Teeth Whitening Smile Gallery

Because we provide a comprehensive all-round teeth whitening service that uses best-in-class products coupled with our in-house expertise and professionalism, you can be assured of great results – just like some of these happy patients who have already benefitted from one of our teeth whitening packages.

Patient reviews for Teeth Whitening

Hear what some of our patients who have benefitted from our teeth whitening packages have to say about the experience with us.

“I feel so much more confident and happy with my smile… it’s made a huge difference”.

 

“The Teeth Whitening process was comprehensive and the service was fantastic… highly recommended”.

“My friends can’t believe the difference and they are really jealous, so happy with the results”.

Key Benefits of Teeth Whitening

Makes you look and feel younger

Whiter teeth make you look and feel younger, partly because we associate white teeth with youth and beauty, and partly because we naturally look younger when we smile, and we smile more when we like our smile.

Easy to maintain after your treatment

Following your treatment, we can provide you with a take-home whitening maintenance kit that includes custom-made trays and whitening gel, so you’re able to maintain your amazing new white teeth whenever you need to.

Leads to better overall dental hygiene

We often find that as soon as patients have their teeth whitened, they become more motivated to take better care of other areas of their mouth and gums – leading to better overall hygiene as well as teeth that simply look better.

Quick, simple and effective

Compared to other methods of improving the look of your teeth and smile, teeth whitening is quick and simple, as it doesn’t need much in the way of preparation or structured enhancements – you’re instantly good to go!

Intoducing the Enlighten® system of teeth whitening.

Enlighten is a technological leader in professional teeth whitening. A US-based research laboratory, they pride themselves on their ability to produce cutting-edge products that really make a visible difference to your smile and your self-confidence.

The key to the success of Enlighten is that it works safely and painlessly, yet at the same time it also provides predicable results.

We are Teeth Whitening experts

Which is why we’re always writing about it. Get invaluable free advice and guidance about Teeth Whitening on our blog.

FAQ’s about Teeth Whitening

Have a question about Teeth Whitening? Chances are you’ll find the answer in our FAQ below, but if you can’t then simply request a callback and we can answer your question for you in person.

Who is suitable for tooth whitening?

Patients with mild generalised staining, aged yellowing teeth, mild tetracycline staining, fluorosis and greying teeth.

Who may not be suitable for tooth whitening?

Individuals with a history of extreme sensitivity to hot and cold food or drink, fracture lines in their teeth, large dental pulps, and severe loss of enamel. In such cases the procedure may precipitate sensitivity.

Decay and gum disease should be treated before any tooth whitening procedure is carried out. Tooth whitening should not be carried out on individuals with peroxide or a plastic allergy, or during pregnancy and breast feeding. Patients with severe tetracycline staining or severe fluorosis may need to consider veneers.

Will tooth whitening damage my teeth or gums?

Safety studies have shown that whitening the teeth using the home whitening kit prescribed by the dentist is perfectly safe on the teeth, cheeks, gums and tissues of the mouth. Sometimes, if the gel touches the gum for a prolonged period of time, white areas may appear where the gum has dehydrated slightly. This will resolve within several days.

Tooth whitening will not damage teeth if the instructions given by the dentist are followed.

Several studies have been carried out to investigate the reaction of the pulp (contains the nerve and blood supply to the tooth) to the bleaching process. Evidence shows that bleaching may either have no effect or may cause an initial, mild, localised pulp reaction which is reversible several weeks post treatment.

There are no reports in the literature indicating that bleaching may exert a negative impact on existing restorations. Defective restorations should, however, be replaced before bleaching to minimise potential sensitivity.

How can I look after my teeth during and after whitening?

Personal habits may need to be modified to achieve and maintain the desired goal of whiter teeth.
Teeth should be dry, and cleaned of debris before any bleaching agent is applied. During bleaching, teeth may be slightly dehydrated and consumption of food and drinks which can cause staining should be kept to a minimum. These foodstuffs should also be kept to a minimum for two weeks after tooth whitening. Avoiding smoking will also help prevent staining of he teeth.

What happens if the teeth do not whiten evenly?

If the teeth have white spots on them before whitening, these spots will appear whiter during the first few days, however, the contrast between the spots and the rest of the tooth will be less as the whitening progresses.

You may notice new white spots occurring on the teeth while you are undertaking the whitening treatment. These white spots were already present on the teeth before whitening. As the teeth become lighter, the white spots can become more visible.

Some teeth may appear banded with lighter/ whiter areas. This is because these bandings are originally present on the tooth but when the tooth was dark, these bandings were not obvious. As the tooth becomes lighter, the lighter parts of the tooth will lighten first followed by the darker banded area.

The necks of the teeth (near the gum) do not lighten as much as the rest of the tooth because the enamel is much thinner in this area, and the dentine will show through the teeth more than before they are whitened.

Are there any side effects?

The most commonly observed side effects to Hydrogen Peroxide are tooth sensitivity to cold and occasional irritation of the soft tissues in the mouth, particularly the gums.

Tooth sensitivity often occurs in the early stages of bleaching treatment. About 67% of patients develop transient sensitivity during whitening, normally around the necks of the teeth where the gums have receded. If sensitivity occurs, stop the whitening process and use the trays with desensitising toothpaste (containing potassium nitrate) in them for an hour a day. Alternatively, you can rub the desensitising toothpaste into the gum margins with your finger, 5 times per day for a few days. This may take up to 2-4 days after which treatment can be continued. Usually, sensitivity will completely disappear once whitening stops.

In most cases, gum irritation is caused by an ill-fitting bleaching tray rather than the actual bleaching agent. Both of these conditions are usually temporary and disappear within a few days of the treatment finishing. If you encounter any of these side effects, you should consult your dentist.

How long does tooth whitening last?

Some individuals experience better effects from tooth whitening than others. Tooth whitening should last for 18-24 months. At this point you may choose to have a touch up treatment and the colour will usually change to the optimal shade readily. The effect is less likely to last as long if you smoke, or eat or drink products that can stain the teeth, for example, red wine, tea, coffee and berries.

Is tooth whitening safe?

The evidence on safety published to date tends to suggest that bleaching is a relatively safe procedure. Hydrogen peroxide breaks down into water and oxygen.

What about 'Over The Counter' whitening products?

Cheaper, over the counter bleaching kits often contain an insufficient concentration of Hydrogen Peroxide to be effective. Some may contain acetic or citric acid as active ingredients. These acids have too low a pH (too acidic) and can cause significant structural damage to enamel when used for extended periods of time and worsen the discolouration through erosion. Bleaching trays provided are not made to fit your mouth and can therefore cause increased leakage and soft tissue irritation.

Whitening toothpastes do not affect the natural colour of teeth but may be effective at removing surface (extrinsic) staining because they contain abrasives. Before you use a tooth whitening product you should consult your dentist.

When might tooth whitening not work?

Tooth whitening only works on natural teeth and will have no effect on fillings crowns and veneers. If you have white fillings in your front teeth, these should be replaced approximately 4 weeks post- bleaching to ensure a good colour match and bond strength.

Very severe tetracycline stained teeth may not respond or have a limited response to tooth whitening. In these cases, porcelain veneers may be the treatment of choice. Mild to moderate tetracycline staining does, however, respond to extended bleaching regimes of 3-6 months. White fluorosis spots do not tend to bleach but will become less obvious as a result of lightening of the surrounding tooth area. It is very rare, but sometimes teeth do not lighten at all.

Can I whiten my teeth during pregnancy?

The effect of the bleaching gel on the foetus is unknown. You will swallow some of the gel while you are bleaching with home kits. It is now generally accepted to avoid unnecessary medical interventions during pregnancy in order to minimise any possible risks to the health of the foetus.

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