What Is the Cost of Teeth Whitening?
Hi, I’m Dr Kim Nguyen, one of the dentists here at Pitt St Dental Centre in Sydney CBD.
Yesterday, one of our patients, Ian from Millers Point, asked me about the cost of teeth whitening, so I thought I’ll make a short video sharing what I have said to Ian.
Generally, there are two types of teeth whitening that are used professionally, one is called Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed. This is the most popular, and possibly, the most powerful whitening brand in the market.
This procedure is completed in-chair and lasts about an hour. We will start by protecting your gums and soft tissues, only exposing the teeth. The whitening gel is applied on your teeth and we use a blue light to help activate the gel to remove the stains and whiten the colour of your teeth. This treatment starts at about $550, which also includes the take-home maintenance kit.
Another way to brighten your teeth is to use the take-home whitening kit. We take moulds of your teeth and make you your own customised whitening trays. Whitening gel is dispensed into the trays and you wear it every day for about an hour at each time. With three to four weeks of treatment at home, you will get a similar desired result as one session of the Philips Zoom WhiteSpeed in-chair treatment. This type of treatment typically starts from $300.
That’s pretty much it. Professional teeth whitening is one of the most effective ways to improve the appearance of your teeth without doing any major work. It is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments our patients requests, especially before an event to enhance their smile.
Here at Pitt St Dental Centre, we have completed thousands of teeth whitening as part of our cosmetic dental treatment over the years, so we can definitely look after you.
Simply call us on 02 9223 4767, complete the booking form on our website, or send us a DM on social media, and we’ll be in touch to help you organise your consultation. I’ll see you at the next video.
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