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Should you use whitening trays or have your teeth whitened at the dentist’s office using their laser?! Cosmetic dentist Dr Chhaya Chauhan explains the differences. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO CONTENT IS INTENDED FOR A UK AUDIENCE. INFORMATION MAY STILL APPLY FOR RESIDENTS OF OTHER COUNTRIES BUT LOCAL & REGIONAL DIFFERENCES DO APPLY. ALWAYS CONSULT WITH A DENTAL PROFESSIONAL BEFORE WHITENING YOUR TEETH. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Teeth whitening is a complicated and often misunderstood subject within dental health. With the help of our very own in-house cosmetic dentist, Dr Chhaya Chauhan, we have compiled the most comprehensive guide to teeth whitening you will find on the internet. We answer all your questions and let you know what is the best and safest way to whiten your teeth. Take a look at all the videos we have on teeth whitening:

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10 thoughts on “Professional teeth whitening trays vs laser whitening”

    1. It is going to depend on where you live and the rules around teeth whitening. For example the rules & strengths of gels used in the UK and USA differ.

      In most instances, the highest strength gel will be used, as you are under the supervision of a dental professional. In the chair, it is quite often hydrogen peroxide that is used as it begins working slightly quicker.

    1. Hi Pamela. Most people can have their teeth whitened, irrespective of age. It is not unsurprising that your granddaughters teeth were whiter as she is younger. Teeth do naturally yellow with age. Perhaps speak to your dentist to see if you can get yours done, if you would like to.

    1. Providing they are a registered dental professional then yes it should be. As far as I am aware Wowcher is just a platform for offering specific deal etc. The dentist may have chosen to use that. Ask them for their credentials. Any professional should be willing to give these. If you are not happy or have concerns, don’t go through with it.

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