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Tooth Contouring
Whitening
Stain Blasting

Contouring is an extremely safe and straightforward method to improve your smile, and Dr Sahil is one of the most experienced clinicians in this area. It is versatile – it […]

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Contouring is an extremely safe and straightforward method to improve your smile, and Dr Sahil is one of the most experienced clinicians in this area. It is versatile – it can straighten uneven edges and create a neater overall smile. Natural developmental groves are sometimes not desirable, and contouring is the safest and most effective remedy for it.

The only risk associated with contouring is temporary sensitivity. This usually dissipates in a few days after the treatment.

Teeth can gradually discolour with age, diet and other lifestyle habits such as smoking. Tooth brightening can lighten the natural shade of the teeth to give you back a fresh, healthy-looking smile.

Dental bleaching can be achieved with the following:

  • Home whitening trays provided by your dentist
  • In-surgery power whitening carried out by your dentist, hygienist or dental therapist.
  • A combination of both together

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Frequently Asked Questions
Q) Will it damage my teeth?

A) No, whitening will not remove the surface of your teeth or change their shape. There is some increased porosity during the treatment, which equalizes two weeks after completing treatment.

Q) What results can I expect?

A) Results can vary from person to person, however, the process is usually successful at lightening the teeth by at least two shades.

Q) How long will it last?

A) Following our regime will give you potentially permanent results.

Q) Will whitening lighten my stained crowns, veneers, and fillings?

A) No, whitening can only change the shade of your natural teeth. If you have discoloured restorations, we can discuss the options for changing them to match your newly whitened teeth.

Q) Is it painful?

A) Some mild-moderate temporary tooth sensitivity is common for a day or so after treatment. This is quite normal and will subside.

Q) Can I eat and drink as normal?

A) Yes!

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