Teeth Whitening

What is Teeth Whitening?

Tooth whitening is a procedure to lighten the colour of your teeth and helps to remove stains & discoloration. This may be caused due to daily intake of food/drinks such as coffee or tea, tobacco, poor dental hygiene, advancing age, disease, medication. Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedures as it greatly improves the outlook of your teeth.
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Philips Professional Zoom Whitening

At Neo Smiles, we believe in providing a great teeth whitening solution for our patients, the Philips Professional Zoom Whitening Solution.

WhiteSpeed is one of the fastest ways to create brighter, healthier smiles that patients will want to show off. When combined with the pH booster in the whitening gel, WhiteSpeed's advanced blue LED light-activated technology greatly accelerates the whitening process.

The result is a dramatic result you will experience in just one office visit.

Dentist Supervised Home Kit


- Whitens Your Teeth
- Slower to See Results
- 30 mins to 45 mins per session (Multi-session)
- Convenient for Home Application
- Best for Maintenance of Whitened Teeth

Philips Zoom! Professional In-Chair Whitening


- Whitens your teeth
- Effective immediately
- 90 - 120 mins (One-time)
- By Professionals

Are there any side effects to teeth whitening?
  1. Slight transient sensitivity to the teeth
  2. Irritation to the soft tissue (e.g. gums)
  3. Nausea or vomiting (usually due to ingestion of take-home whitening kits

    Please avoid staining foods such as coffee and red wine in the first 48 hours after treatment.

How long does it lasts?

The results of teeth whitening typically lasts from only one to three years, depending on diet and habits (e.g. smoking)

Teeth Whitening touch-ups is recommended every three to six months to maintain the desired shade of your teeth.



What happens during Teeth Whitening?

The Initial Consultation

Before beginning any dental treatment, you will have a complete consultation with your cosmetic dentist. To decide whether teeth whitening will work well for you, your dentist will first examine your teeth and gums. After determining your candidacy for treatment, you will discuss your goals and likely results.

With this information, your dentist can help you decide whether in-office or at-home whitening is the right option for you.

Professional Teeth Whitening

Your dentist will use whitening gel with a medically safe level of peroxide. After an hour or less, the gel will remove the teeth stains and achieve a significantly whiter and brighter smile.

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