What is Professional Teeth Whitening?

When performed by a trained dental professional teeth whitening is a safe, effective way to reduce staining and brighten your smile. Your teeth naturally darken with age however our dental professional offers a simple, safe way to bring back you back to a natural whiter shade.

How does it work?

To achieve outstanding results with professional teeth whitening the first step is to make your individual whitening trays that specifically fit your mouth and bite. Once you have your custom trays, you simply place a small amount of the prescribed bleaching solution into the clear trays for up to 4 hours a day for around 1 or 2 weeks depending on the desired shade.


You will be amazed at the results you can achieve in up to 1 week and this can last several years depending on your lifestyle. For future treatment, the great news is all you will require is an occasional treatment to top up your smile!

Why Professional Whitening?

Best Results

Professional whitening is the only way to achieve the lightest shade of your natural teeth. Whitening toothpastes can never reach this result and often contain significant amounts of abrasive materials that can damage gums and enamel long term

Lasting Results

Professional Whitening gives fast results lasting up to several years and can simply be topped up as soon as required.

Protect Your Teeth

Professional whitening is extremely safe for your teeth, gums and enamel and is only provided by a Quay Aesthetics dentist

Convenient For You

At home Whitening gives you the flexibility to wear the trays when it suits you. Once you have completed your treatment, your custom trays are yours to keep so you can simply top up at any time to keep your teeth looking their best

Value for Money

At home professional whitening is usually a fraction of the cost in comparison to laser whitening

Are there any risks?

When performed by a dental professional, whitening is very safe as the custom trays fit perfectly to your teeth avoiding any damage to the gums. Occasionally patients may feel slight sensitivity after the treatment but this usually subsides within a few days. If sensitivity continues we would advise popping back in for a check up.