Professional Teeth Whitening?
Dental clinicians can whiten your teeth safely.
Professional teeth whitening is fast and reliable.
A professional teeth whitening procedure can also help you obtain healthier teeth. Teeth whitening is fast and reliable.
You can achieve a brighter smile with professional teeth whitening.
Ellen Stirling Dental
in Ellenbrook for Your Teeth Whitening
We believe a tailor-made and individualised approach for whitening is best. Our bespoke treatments range from customised home bleaching solutions to use of powerful LED lights during In-Chair Treatments. Our amazing Ellenbrook dentists will recommend which approach is best for you, depending on your desired outcome and status of the existing teeth.
In-Chair Professional Teeth Whitening by PolaOffice Plus
The procedure takes around 1 hour, however allow 75 minutes of time.
Step 1 – Pre-whitening photos – It’s phenomenal to see the amazing transformation that is about to take place!
Step 2 – Retraction – We place retractors in place to move delicate lips and cheeks out the way.
Step 3 – Gum Isolation – We cover the gums with a desensitising gel to protect and soothe them through the process
Step 4 – Bleach and Light – A carefully curated bleach gel is applied to the tooth surface and activated by LED light that allows us to safely use 38% hydrogen peroxide.
Step 5 – Netflix and Cycle – 3-4 cycles are completed whilst your watch your favourite show on Netflix or chill to some relaxing music.
Step 6 – Post-whitening photos – This is what you’ve been waiting for! The amazing reveal and immediate glow of your pearly whites 7-10 shades whiter.
Take-Home Professional Teeth Whitening Kit by PolaDay
Our state of the art 3D Scanner accurately records your mouth dimensions. No more gagging teeth moulds!
Our professional bleaching kits supersede the off-the-shelf products in terms of quality, concentration and safety. A bespoke and individualised approach to teeth whitening treatment that works!
Step 1 – An Intra-oral scan for precision bleaching trays to be made is taken
Step 2 – 3D Scan is 3D printed with customised bleaching trays made to the exact specifications needed
Step 3 – Collect your trays and professional bleaching kits within a few days and follow our personalised instructions
Yes. Teeth whitening, when performed by a qualified dentist, has been demonstrated to be a safe treatment for both teeth and gums.
If you want to make your stained or discoloured teeth brighter and whiter, professional teeth whitening is the safest way to go about it. Before prescribing a suitable teeth whitening treatment plan, an experienced dentist will need to analyse your oral condition. Your gums and teeth should be in good shape, and any fillings or restorations should be carefully assessed prior to treatment.
Teeth Whitening is a great option prior to weddings, events or if you want your grin to shine in those travel photos. In fact it is a great option for anyone wanting whiter teeth or a more natural glow to teeth that have been dulled over time due to coffee, food and wear.
Your tooth colour is determined by your lifestyle, nutrition, habits, and dental hygiene routines. Causes of tooth discolouration are divided into two categories:
- Extrinsic Discolouration: Extrinsic stains are superficial stains on the tooth surface that accumulate over time. Consumption of dark-coloured foods and beverages such as coffee, tea, red wine, soda, blackberries, and curry causes them. Smoking or chewing tobacco also causes extrinsic tooth discolouration over time.
- Intrinsic Discolouration: Deeper stains on the inner layer of teeth or dentine are known as intrinsic tooth stains. These stains are more challenging to get rid of than extrinsic discolouration. Excessive fluoride use may cause discolouration or leave white streaks on your teeth. Certain medications, like antihistamines, tetracycline, antipsychotics, and high blood pressure medications, are also common causes of intrinsic discolouration.
Other causes of intrinsic discolouration are:
- Genetics: The colour of one’s teeth and the structure of one’s enamel differs from one person to the next, affecting tooth colour. Teeth that are thicker or have darker enamel are also present in certain people at birth.
- Cancer treatments: Chemotherapy and radiation are two cancer therapies that can cause tooth discolouration.
- Aging: The outer layer of enamel wears down gradually as people age, resulting in tooth discolouration and yellowing.
Teeth stains can be caused by coloured food or drink, especially with red wine and coffee. We can reverse these stains with the oxygen ions released from our Pola whitening systems. The oxygen ions break down stains to restore your teeth to their optimal brightness.
Dental erosion (acid wear on teeth) can thin out our white tooth enamel and reveal the yellow from the inner dentine layer, which gives a discoloured appearance. If the erosion is still in the early stages, we can use remineralisation techniques to replenish the calcium and phosphate minerals on the enamel surface to cover and protect the darker dentine inside. Our patients will usually find improvement in the colour of their teeth and reduced tooth sensitivity after remineralising the surface.
Some patients will have a combination of staining and dental erosion, and may require combination treatments for the best long-term results.
- In-Chair Professional Teeth Whitening by PolaOffice Plus – Only $700 if completed your professional dental examination and clean with us within 4 weeks.
- Take-Home Professional Teeth Whitening Kit by PolaDay – Only $450, however $299 if added on to your professional dental examination and clean appointment
At Ellen Stirling Dental ,our practice aims to make tooth whitening affordable and accessible for everyone.
We have partnered with Tooth Market, a local WA based specialist dental funding service that arranges customisable payment plans that are interest-free and flexible. We also offer Afterpay, Zip Pay and Openpay to provide flexible payment options for your dental needs.
Private Health Insurance Rebates may also be applicable for our whitening treatments.