Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

Whiten your smile at Roseneath Dental Practice in Guernsey

If you’re embarrassed about your smile because of the yellow or brown stains on your teeth, professional teeth whitening is an effective option to consider at Roseneath Dental. Unlike the toothpastes and treatments you can buy over the counter or online – which are at best, ineffective and at worst, dangerous to use – teeth whitening with us here in St Peter Port is safe, pain-free and clinically proven to visibly lighten teeth.

Here at Roseneath Dental, we offer the Opalescence and Voco Perfect Bleach home whitening systems. We’ll take your dental impressions and create bespoke whitening trays, which fit your teeth exactly, in our in-house lab. Your dentist will give you a set of syringes filled with your prescription bleaching gel, and you’ll need to wear your trays for the prescribed amount of time at home. After your treatment has completed, you can keep your custom trays for future top-up treatments as and when required.

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"I have been treated by both Colette and Simon and have been delighted with their level of care and professionalism. All the staff at the practice are very efficient and friendly. A visit to the dentist is no longer to be dreaded."

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is teeth whitening suitable for everyone?

    Almost. There are a few patients for whom whitening may not be advisable, which is why it’s imperative to only have teeth bleaching done by a qualified dental professional.

  • Why get my teeth whitened at the dentist?

    The dentist is your only option if you want your whitening to work and you want it to be safe. Unlike over-the-counter or online products, professional whitening means the dentist can prescribe the highest-strength bleaching agent for you, yet adjust it if it causes any problems. This means you’ll get the best possible results with the least discomfort.

  • Can you whiten crowns or bridges?

    No, the whitening gel only affects natural teeth – so if you are having dental restorations such as crowns and bridges, make sure you talk to your dentist about whitening too. It’s recommended that whitening is carried out first so that restorations can be colour-matched to your newly brightened teeth.