Understanding Whitening Process
with 1 Cosmetic Group
We use the latest technological methods to whiten and cleanse teeth with apparent brilliant and rapid results.
Due to the technicality and challenges involved in the procedure, they are only performed by our registered dentist, oral hygiene specialist or dental hygienist. While the procedure is perfectly safe when done properly, it can cause problems if performed by an untrained professional.
At 1 Cosmetic Group your Gums are protected as we use gingivital dam barrier, to protect your lips and soft tissue around your mouth. Teeth are then covered with the active product that whitens the teeth with the help of specially designed visible LED light lamp to produce maximum white results in the shortest period. We guarantee a minimum of 6 shades whiter however most of the patients go up to 10 -14 shades whiter. While the shades differ from patient to patient, we ensure it looks natural unlike the unnatural look achieved by veneers.
At 1 Cosmetic Group we promise your teeth will look amazing after just one session! Some benefits of our teeth whitening procedure include:
Increased Self Esteem
Whiter Brighter Smile
Your teeth are more susceptible to stain for up to 48hours after treatment.
During the 48hours after treatment you must:
Avoid any food or drink that can damage or discolour your enamel
Red or white wine: Red wine has a dark pigment that will stain teeth. Whilst white wine does not possess the same pigment as red wine it does have an acidity that will break down your enamel.
Alcoholic, soft and fruit drinks: As mentioned above, Alcohol is high in acidity as is fruit juice and coloured soft drinks.
Coffee and tea: After your teeth whitening, your teeth will be much more permeable to staining. Reduce your coffee and tea consumption for at least few days after.
Food and drinks that may be consumed:
White meat (chicken, fish), potatoes, plain pasta, white sauces, rice, cauliflower,
Egg whites, bananas, white yoghurt, cereals, milk, plain/still water, white lemonade, clear alcohol mixed with clear mixers (gin and tonic etc)
We suggest using Sensodyne ProEnamel toothpaste, rinse with warm water, if the pain is really bad, use ibuprofen.