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      Teeth Whitening in Dubai

      Teeth Whitening

      Heavily stained teeth? We can help.

      There’s something about a bright smile that is undeniably captivating. The good news is that achieving that whiter and more radiant smile is not as complicated as it seems. With modern teeth whitening procedures, you can get instant and long-lasting results that’s guaranteed safe for your teeth and gums.

      Even naturally white teeth can get stained over time. The most common factors include consumption of heavily colored food and drinks such as coffee, tea, or red wine. Smoking, poor dental hygiene, and aging can also contribute to teeth discoloration.

      Types of teeth whitening treatments

      There are two teeth whitening options available to you. In-office teeth whitening, which gives instant results in one appointment, is done in our centers. Home teeth whitening, with instructions from one of our dental hygienists, is done in the comfort of your home.

      In-office Teeth Whitening

      Whiten your teeth in just one visit.

      In-office teeth whitening is your best option for instantly noticeable results. The procedure can be completed in a single session that usually lasts for two hours. Results can be up to 8 shades brighter depending on the original shade of your teeth.

      Your dentist will determine if you are an ideal candidate for this procedure. For best results, it is important to get a cleaning done before starting your whitening treatment.

      Teeth Whitening Dubai
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      Teeth Whitening Dubai
      Before After

      Steps: In-office Teeth Whitening

      Benefits of In-office Teeth Whitening

      Up to 6 to 8 shades brighter
      Quick and effective
      Safe and comfortable
      Consistent results
      Long-lasting results
      Non-invasive, no downtime

      Home Teeth Whitening

      Brighten your smile in the comfort of your home.

      Yes, you also have the option to whiten your teeth at the comfort of your own home. We use Opalescence kits, a home whitening system is proven to be safe and more effective than over-the-counter teeth whitening strips or formulas.

      Steps: Home Teeth Whitening

      Before teeth whitening
      After teeth whitening

      Our Dental Hygienists

      Marna Elsalmy

      Dental Hygienist (UK)

      Iuliia Borshchevskaia

      Dental Hygienist (Russia)

      Namat Al Youssef

      Dental Hygienist (Syria)

      Hygienist Swetha Deepak

      Dental Hygienist (UK)

      Raquel Gutiérrez Francia

      Dental Hygienist (Spain)

      Giselle Medeiros

      Dental Hygienist (Brazil)

      Eleanor Turner

      Dental Hygienist (UK)

      Cybelle Elias Yazbeck

      Dental Hygienist (Lebanon)
      Frequently Asked Questions

      The cost of In-office teeth whitening starts from AED 1,500. For details on whitening packages, please give us a call at 04 394 7777.

      In-office teeth whitening typically takes between 90 to 120 minutes This includes all the necessary steps to prepare and protect your lips and gums before the actual whitening process. We will also take photos of your teeth to record your original shade and track your progress.

      Chairside teeth whitening provides safe and instant results in one appointment. First, your mouth is “prepped” to make sure your lips and gums are protected. Then, a layer of advanced whitening gel is applied to your teeth which is activated by a special light. This 15-minute cycle is repeated up to three times to achieve your desired shade. We will apply a post-treatment gel to protect your enamel and reduce sensitivity.

      It is important to see a dentist to check if you’re a candidate for teeth whitening. Your dentist will assess the health of your teeth and gums, and check for signs of cavities. Cavities often make teeth sensitive, and if you have them, whitening might cause pain and increased sensitivity.

      Unlike our natural tooth structures, dental restorations such as crowns, fillings, and veneers do not respond to whitening agents. So, if you're planning on getting crowns, composite bonding, or veneers, it's best to whiten your teeth first. This ensures your restorations perfectly match your new, brighter smile!

      Yes, you can. However, it’s best to consult your dentist and hygienist to determine the most suitable whitening method for your specific needs and to address any underlying sensitivity issues.

      Teeth whitening uses active ingredients to temporarily open up your teeth's pores, allowing the bleaching agent to absorb better and remove stains. After the procedure, your teeth's pores remain open for a couple of days, making them more prone to staining from food and drinks.That's why we suggest avoiding foods and beverages that can stain your teeth for 48 hours after your treatment.

      Remember, anything that can stain your shirt can stain your teeth. Try to stay away from coffee, tea, soda, berries, tobacco products, mustard, tomato sauce, and many others. Do not use colored toothpaste or mouthwash.

      The frequency and duration of wearing trays during home teeth whitening can vary based on the specific product, the strenth of the active ingredient, and your dental hygienist’s recommendations. Your hygienist will give you detailed instructions on how you will do your whitening at home.

      Trays are typically worn for one to two hours at night or overnight, depending on the product. This is done consistently over a period of about two weeks until the desired level of whitening is achieved.

      Generally speaking, dentist-prescribed home teeth whitening usually takes around two weeks to show noticeable results. This will depend on a few factors, such as the original shade of your teeth, how often you use it, and how well you follow your clinician’s whitening instructions.