FAQ’s

Flossing is annoying. We get it! Unfortunately (or fortunately?) we see the dramatic effects that 30 seconds of flossing a day can have one someone’s mouth, often within a few...

The simple answer is your gums bleed because there is some plaque hanging around them. Plaque is the soft stuff you try to brush/floss off your teeth. Essentially it is...

Dental x-rays are extremely safe. Whilst it’s true that you do get a very small radiation exposure from any kind of x-ray, the dosage is so low as to be...

X-rays give us a second look at the teeth. When we look in your mouth with magnification and a bright light, we can see quite a bit – but we...

It is not uncommon for bleaching products to cause some potential sensitivity. Some people get none at all, some people get it quite a lot – most are somewhere in...

We offer 2 main options a take home kit, which gradually whitens your teeth over about 2 weeks, and can be reused as required. a more “instant” option, which utilises a “Zoom”...

Whitening toothpastes are generally more abrasive, which means they get rid of stains better (think coffee, wine, cigarettes, etc). However, there is no “bleaching” agent in them, so they generally...

As someone who’s had both braces and Invisalign, I can tell you honestly that with both there is some discomfort, mostly at the start of treatment. Invisalign is a little...

Essentially you wear clear, fairly invisible aligners on your teeth. The aligners look similar to a retainer you might have seen people have after braces, or a bleaching tray. These...