Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening Glasgow

Whiten your smile and boost your confidence

Is your smile not as bright as you want it to be? Don't worry; we can help you go from dull to shining using our professional tooth whitening treatments. 

Book an appointment today, and we discuss getting you the whiter smile you dream off. Our treatment offers a custom-made home teeth whitening kit and fantastic results every time. 

Boutique Whitening 

Using the excellent Boutique whitening system, which is only available through prescription by a dentist, you can whiten your teeth in a way that fits around lifestyle.

  • Rapid whitening results
  • Completely safe for teeth and gums
  • Day and Night options to fit your lifestyle
  • Formulas made to help those with sensitive teeth

Whether you choose the Day option, which requires an hour and 30 minutes of wear time, or the Night, which whitens your teeth as you sleep, we can help you achieve a perfectly white smile. 

The process couldn't be easier, and it all starts with a consultation. One of our friendly dentists will describe the treatment and give you all the information you might need, and once you're 100% happy, begin the process of creating a whitening tray, custom made for your teeth. 

One of the biggest advantages of this system is that you can take the kit home and apply in comfort. There are no harsh blue lights, harmful chemicals or risk of damage to your teeth, just a simple to use whitening gel and tray system that offers impressive results for dull, discoloured and stained teeth.

Book a consultation today, and we'll help you get your dream smile in a matter of weeks. You can also find more information on our range of cosmetic dentistry treatments on our website, which can be combined for a complete smile transformation.

Cardonald Smiles Teeth Whitening FAQs

Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes, teeth whitening is perfectly safe when prescribed by a dentist. The products we use are fully regulated and contain safe amounts of hydrogen peroxide, which cannot exceed 6%. This means no harm will be done to your teeth or gums during a whitening treatment.

How do teeth become stained or discoloured?

Teeth become stained for a range of reasons, including:

  • Certain foods and drinks, such as coffee, tea and wine
  • Smoking
  • General discolouration from age
  • Excessive fluoride 
  • Trauma to the mouth
  • Certain medications and antibiotics

If you are worried about any staining or discolouration on your teeth, don't hesitate to book an appointment to discuss with a member of our team.

How long does teeth whitening take?

After an initial consultation, in which pictures and impressions are taken, you would whiten for around three to four weeks. Afterwards, you'd come back for another appointment to check progress and adjust the treatment if necessary.

Do you need to keep whitening after a treatment?

Depending on your lifestyle, such as the food and drink you consume and your general dental care, you may need to top-up your whitening every six months or on an annual basis to keep a bright white smile.