Our dentists offer teeth whitening in Newcastle, Stanley and Ponteland to reveal beautifully bright, healthier-looking teeth.
It’s no secret that smoking, drinking tea, coffee and red wine can all affect the colour of your teeth, but our dentists have two teeth whitening options available to banish staining and bring back your sparkle!
Choose from either:
Boutique Teeth Whitening kit (at home)
At-home teeth whitening is a perfect solution to whiten your teeth in the convenience of your home. We use Boutique Teeth Whitening in Newcastle, Ponteland and Stanley, which is very effective for lightening the natural colour of your teeth.
First, we take impressions of your teeth, and manufacture bespoke whitening trays to fit your teeth, much like a gum shield.
Next, we invite you back to the clinic show you how to use the Boutique Teeth Whitening gel. This comes in the form of four syringes, presented in an attractive Boutique Teeth Whitening kit for you to take home. We show you how to put the whitening gel in the trays (you only need a tiny amount per tooth) and check the fit of your bespoke whitening trays.
If you and your dentist are happy, and when your dentist has given you aftercare advice, you then leave the clinic with your teeth whitening kit, ready to start your whitening journey at home!
You wear the whitening trays overnight for two weeks to gradually whiten your teeth while you sleep. Alternatively, if you prefer to wear your trays for one hour during the day (instead of sleeping with the trays in your mouth), then we can offer a ‘Boutique by Day’ teeth whitening kit instead.
After you complete your whitening, we ask you to come back to the clinic for a review with your dentist.
The beauty of having your Boutique Teeth Whitening kit at home is that you have your remaining gel ready to use whenever you’d like to top up your whitening. If you run out, simply come back to the clinic to buy more (and bear in mind that you will need to have had a dental health assessment at Honour Health in the past six months before your dentist can prescribe more whitening gel).
The fee for Boutique Home Whitening is £320. If you’d like to find out more, book a FREE consultation at your chosen practice in Jesmond, Stanley or Ponteland.
Here’s our patient Harriotte (Miss International UK) talking about her experience of teeth whitening at Honour Health:
Zoom Teeth Whitening (in-surgery)
If you’d prefer to have a one-off teeth whitening treatment, and see immediate results, then we also provide our in-surgery Zoom teeth whitening option.
Zoom is a bleaching process which lightens discoloration of enamel and dentin. A whitening gel is applied to your teeth and a light shone on it to speed up the whitening process over a 1-2 hour session. During this time, you can relax and listen to music, knowing that your teeth are gradually getting up to six shades whiter!
No mess, no fuss – just a really white smile.
The fee for Zoom whitening is £585. If you’d like to find out more, book a FREE consultation at your chosen practice in Jesmond, Stanley or Ponteland. If you join our Honour Health Club, you are entitled to receive exclusive discounts off teeth whitening, as well as a host of other exclusive discounts.
Alternatively, you can opt for interest free credit. We will go through all of our finance options with you at your free consultation.
This short video gives an insight into the Zoom whitening process at Honour Health:
Are there any side effects?
Some people may find their teeth become more sensitive to hot and cold during the teeth whitening treatment. We recommend using a sensitive toothpaste throughout the process.
Others may have discomfort in the gums, or a sore throat after treatment.
These symptoms are usually temporary and disappear soon after the treatment finishes.
How long will my teeth stay white?
The effects of teeth whitening can last for up to three years, although this will depend very much on how often you eat and drink products that stain your teeth (such as tea, coffee, red wine and curry). Smoking will also stain your teeth.
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