If you're looking for stunning yet affordable teeth whitening in Selby from a highly experienced dentist, then our brand new 5* clinic can help.
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular and cost-effective cosmetic treatments available and can transform your self-confidence as well as your smile. Teeth discolour naturally as they age and lifestyle factors, such as smoking and consuming certain foods and drinks, can accelerate the process.
Professional teeth whitening is a safe and simple way to brighten your smile.
We use the award winning Boutique home whitening system for fast and effective results.
The majority of our patients desire a natural-looking outcome for a confident smile. At The Crescent we offer teeth whitening treatment that suits your individual needs. The exact level of whitening depends on several different factors and your dentist will keep you fully advised on what is feasible.
They will discuss the result you would like to achieve (and outline how this can be best attained) at your first appointment.
Please visit the official Boutique teeth whitening website for answers to their most frequently asked questions.
Unfortunately there are many food and drinks that can stain your teeth quicker than normal. Some of the most common culprits are coffee, tea, red wine, dark-colored fruits and juices like blueberry and grape juice, foods high in acidity such as lemons, apples, and tomatoes.
Avoiding sugary drinks that can lead to plaque buildup is also essential for keeping your teeth looking their best. Cutting down on these products, or stopping them completely, will go a long way in helping to keep your teeth brighter and healthier for longer.
Good news! Eating crunchy fruits and vegetables like apples, celery, cauliflower, or carrots can help remove surface stains on teeth. Additionally, some beverages like apple cider vinegar, green tea, and black tea also help to whiten teeth.
Certain dairy products that are high in calcium such as milk, cheese and yoghurt also have properties that act as a natural bleach and are helpful in keeping your teeth healthy and white.
Benefit from the expertise of our highly skilled cosmetic dentistry team which includes Dr Devesh Jangra (Associate Dentist - GDC No. 264732). Dr Dev is the lead cosmetic dentist and has a keen interest in smile makeovers.
The Crescent dental practice is monitored and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and all our dental team are members of the General Dental Council (GDC), so you can rest assured you are in safe hands with our teeth whitening team.
Teeth whitening is most effective on teeth that fall within the yellow and white color spectrum. Teeth that are shades of brown or gray are more challenging to whiten and may require a longer treatment duration or more potent whitening agents.
In cases where localized discoloration is unresponsive to whitening, your dentist may suggest pairing whitening with more extensive treatments like micro-abrasion, ICON resin infiltration treatment, composite bonding, crowns, or veneers.
The outcome of teeth whitening products varies among individuals, based on factors such as the original color of the teeth, their condition, the type of staining present, and adherence to the whitening regimen.
When teeth have white spots before whitening, there are typically two outcomes once whitening begins:
1) The white spots will blend in and become less noticeable as the surrounding tooth whitens,
2) or the white spots will also whiten and become more noticeable than before.
It's common for white spots to whiten more quickly than the rest of the tooth structure, causing temporary distress for some individuals. The typical approach is to continue whitening until the desired shade is achieved throughout the entire tooth.
If the white spots persist after teeth whitening, treatment options like micro-abrasion, ICON, or composite bonding can remove or mask them.
Please discuss these options with your dentist.
Home whitening supervised by our dentist is a gradual process, allowing you to determine when you're satisfied with your teeth's shade and when to halt the process.
Even when teeth become significantly whiter, they should still appear natural and aesthetically pleasing without seeming artificial. This outcome is often jeopardized when using overly white porcelain crowns or veneers that are more opaque and less natural-looking than natural teeth.