Does Laser Teeth Whitening Really Work?


Does Laser Teeth Whitening Really Work?

Laser teeth whitening, a popular cosmetic treatment trend globally, has garnered substantial attention for its promise of rapid and noticeable results. But we get asked this all the time, “Does Laser Teeth Whitening Really Work?” – the short answer is yes.

At its core, laser teeth whitening involves the application of a bleaching agent, typically hydrogen peroxide, to the teeth. This agent is then activated using a laser, which accelerates the whitening process. The laser’s role is critical as it enhances the agent’s penetration, breaking down the stains on the tooth enamel more effectively and quickly than traditional methods. This makes it a massive advantage compared to traditional techniques, as it is proven much more efficient. Those at-home whitening kits can take weeks to show significant results.

At Harley Street Laser Specialist, we utilise the Philips Zoom laser light, which is a process that can be done in just an hour! If you’re looking for immediate results and short for time, we highly recommend our laser teeth whitening treatments, perfect for evening events or photoshoots.

We have treated over 1000+ clients over the past few years and are highly trusted by Londoners, even with people travelling all the way to London, just for our Laser Teeth Whitening treatment! Our treatment is carried out by a fully trained dentist, using the highest legal liimt of whitening peroxide to ensure the best possible result. This professional involvement adds a layer of safety and expertise to the procedure.

One of the key benefits of the whitening peroxide gel used at The Harley Laser Specialists is its ability to remove stubborn stains and plaque. Additionally, it is formulated to minimise any discomfort, significantly reducing the likelihood of sensitivity, which is a common side effect of teeth whitening treatments. We collaborate with the product manufacturers to attain the highest concentration of whitening gel available in the market, further enhancing the effectiveness of their treatments.

However, it’s important to note that the efficacy of laser whitening can vary among individuals. Factors such as the original shade of the teeth, the nature of the stains, and the tooth’s overall health play a crucial role in the outcome. For instance, yellowish stains tend to respond better than grey or brownish ones.

While laser whitening offers quick results, these are not always permanent. Habits like smoking, or consuming stain-causing foods and beverages, can quickly diminish the effects. Regular maintenance and good oral hygiene practices are essential to prolong the results.

Get in touch with us for your free consultation now, to find out more about the the different packages and options available that will work best for you!

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