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Suite 4, 14 Honeysuckle Drive, Newcastle, NSW, 2300

Smartbleach Teeth Whitening Newcastle

Smartbleach provides effective teeth whitening results while minimising the discomforts of traditional teeth whitening procedures.

  • Minimises discomfort associated with traditional teeth whitening procedures
  • Uses state of the art ‘laser technology’
  • Reduces required time for gel application
  • Penetrates smaller discolourations
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"There's a big difference between smart bleach and the other systems. If a particular tooth has a really brown stain that's going to be resistant to peroxide, than we can concentrate on just that area with the laser."
Dr Andrew Nixon

Over time, our teeth lose their natural whiteness. Drinking soft drinks, eating sweets, enjoying too many red wines or morning coffees and taking certain medications all wear down tooth enamel and reveal a more translucent yellow colour.

While avoiding certain things and taking certain precautions will help you maintain a whiter smile, the truth is; general wear and tear leaves most of our teeth a few shades dull of their natural white colour.

That is why an increasing number of people are turning to teeth whitening procedures. One of the safest, most convenient and effective ways to brighten your smile is with a Smartbleach procedure.

How the new Smartbleach technology works

The new Smartbleach system uses modern laser technology. More specifically, a laser emits a single pure green light ray which reacts with an applied red gel. The gel is a non-acidic substance safe for teeth. The reaction between the two complimentary colours penetrates the blemishes in your teeth creating a brighter and longer lasting white smile.

For more information on the best teeth whitening options, we’ve provided some further-reading news articles on the news page.

What are the best teeth-whitening options?

The benefits of using laser teeth whitening services

Firstly, Smartbleach treatment is safer and reduces the discomforts of traditional teeth whitening procedures. How? Other teeth whitening procedures use UV heat lights and these procedures run the risk of damaging the foundation of your teeth and causing further discomforts. Laser technology on the other hand, directly targets the outside of the tooth preserving the state of the root and gums and avoiding discomforts that come with other whitening procedures.

On top of this, modern Smartbleach technology often minimises the time patients are required to wear the whitening gel.

The procedure

The Smartbleach procedure can be completed in under an hour and involves only a few simple steps..

Step 1 – During an initial consultation, an assessment will be made of your teeth to gauge the current level of discolouration. This will allow your dental professional to provide you with a realistic outcome for your procedure.

Step 2 – Following the consultation process your teeth will be professionally cleaned.

Step 3 – After cleaning, a coating will be applied to ensure your gums are protected.

Step 4 – The gel will then be applied to your teeth and each tooth will be exposed to the laser light for a short period of time, or repeated until the desired results are achieved.

 Smartbleach teeth whitening Newcastle

If you’re looking for an efficient teeth whitening procedure with proven results and reduced discomforts, then get in contact with us today. Honeysuckle Dental in Newcastle provides the latest in Smartbleach laser teeth whitening technology and can help you gain a brighter and whiter smile today.

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Call us now on
(02) 4915 9230


Suite 4, Chifley Building
14 Honeysuckle Drive
Newcastle NSW 2300

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Mon - Wed: 8am - 6pm

Thu: 8am - 5pm

Fri: 8am - 4pm

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