Brisbane teeth whitening offers: things to know before you go
Before using one of our vouchers for cheap teeth whitening in Brisbane, make sure you're aware of everything you need to know about the procedure.
How much does teeth whitening cost?
The cost of teeth whitening in Brisbane depends on the clinic you choose and how many appointments you need. Prices start from around $100 for a simple in-chair teeth whitening session, but can cost up to several hundred dollars per visit for more advanced technologies. Luckily, our vouchers for teeth whitening mean you can enjoy discounts of up to 70% when you book online.
Another option is buying a teeth whitening kit from a dentist. This is less expensive but will take a lot longer to achieve your desired results.
Is teeth whitening permanent?
The effects of a teeth whitening treatment will not be permanent. But the good news is that they can last up to three years if you take good care of your dental health. Here are a few factors that can affect how long your treatment lasts:
- Smoking: Nicotine is notorious for staining teeth, causing a yellow appearance that can quickly reduce the effects of teeth whitening treatment.
- Caffeine: The tannins contained in tea and coffee can build up on your teeth and cause discolouration.
- Red wine: Acid in red wine can affect the enamel on your teeth and cause stains that are difficult to remove.
Are there any dangers of teeth whitening?
Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic procedure and a great way to improve the appearance of your teeth, but there are two main potential side effects:
- Tooth sensitivity: Many people experience some form of sensitivity following teeth whitening, but for some it's more painful than others. You might want to use a toothpaste specially designed for sensitive teeth and avoid very hot or cold food and drinks for a couple of days after your treatment. Speak to your dentist before they carry out the procedure if you have sensitive teeth.
- Gum irritation: Some people experience minor gum irritation after their teeth whitening treatment is complete, which usually fades after a few hours. You might want to treat it with Ibuprofen or other over-the-counter painkillers. In rare cases, your gums may bleed – this could be a sign of gum disease and will need to be looked at by a dental professional. Your dentist will always check for signs of gum disease before proceeding with teeth whitening procedures.
Where's the best teeth whitening place in Brisbane?
You can find fantastic Brisbane teeth whitening deals at top quality dentists when you book vouchers online. Here are just a few of the most popular clinics for teeth whitening and the surrounding area, according to customer ratings and reviews:
- Zap Teeth Whitening Bar in Milton offers in-chair whitening treatments as well as take-home kits.
- Luxury Collective Co in Newport is a hair and beauty salon where you can choose from an extensive menu of treatments including teeth whitening, skin therapies and more.
- Wild FX Beauty in Southport specialises in all kinds of beauty enhancement treatments, from teeth whitening to make-up and waxing.