Professional Teeth Whitening

Professional teeth whitening is a safe, reliable and effective procedure to help restore the original brightness of your teeth and can lighten stained or discoloured teeth. Yellowing and discolouration of teeth can be caused by smoking, coffee, tea, alcohol, food additives, natural aging and developmental imperfections. Whilst most staining can be removed with a professional dental clean, cosmetic teeth whitening can provide you with a desirable outcome that lasts.

There are Two Methods to deliver Professional Dental Whitening:

1) Take-home whitening kit

2) In-chair whitening administered by our dentists

Both procedures have met Australian Therapeutic Regulations and been proven safe for the enamel of your teeth.

The Australian Dental Board has advised teeth whitening is most safely performed by registered dental professionals as this will limit potential side effects such as irreversible tooth damage, increased sensitivity, gum tissue burns, uneven whitening and unsatisfactory results.

Our dentists can explain to you the whitening products that are approved by the dental organisation and help you understand how much brighter your teeth can become through professional whitening.

Whether you have a special occasion or simply want to brighten your teeth, we will help you achieve your most stunning smile in a safe and healthy environment.

1) Take-home whitening

2) In-office whitening

QL Dental Professional In-Office Teeth Whitening Experience Video.



Charcoal toothpaste has no evidence in whitening teeth and in fact may increase risk of tooth decay and cause damage to your teeth structure.

Recently we have had clients ask about the charcoal product and you may also be wanting to understand the new market trend.

Noteworthy Points:

1. Clients with fillings – it can get into them and become difficult to remove.

2. Charcoal particles can get caught up in the gums causing irritation.

3. Charcoal toothpastes and powders are more abrasive than regular toothpastes, potentially posing risks to the enamel and gum.

4. Teeth do not regrow or replenish, using a substance that could potentially wear down the enamel may be detrimental.

5. Charcoal-based toothpastes offer no silver bullets for clients seeking a perfect smile, and come with real risks.

6. No evidence that activated charcoal whitens teeth.

7. The Dental Association has not currently approved any activated charcoal products for dentistry.

8. Anyone concerned about staining or discoloured teeth that cannot be shifted by change in diet, or improvements to their oral hygiene, should see their dentist.

9. The best way to keep your mouth happy and healthy is to maintain routine dental appointments.

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