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Teeth whitening

The Dee Dental team can help brighten your teeth in 6 simple steps:

  1. Choose between Boutique Teeth Whitening treatment or Enlighten Teeth Whitening Treatment
  2. Book yourself in for an appointment at our dental clinic in Paisley, either by phone or online.
  3. Our teeth whitening dentist will take some moulds of your teeth to help create your bespoke treatment plan and form your custom whitening trays.
  4. Come into our practice to pick up your at-home whitening kit complete with gel and custom trays.
  5. Whiten your teeth at home for the recommended time frame.to produce a fantastic new smile.
  6. Return for a final check-up and professional aftercare advice.
Important Information

Bleeding while you brush, swollen gums or bad breath? You might be suffering from gum disease.

Gum disease is an extremely common condition, most frequently caused by poor oral hygiene. It causes the gums to become inflamed, infected or sore. If left untreated, this can lead to bad breath, bleeding and even loose teeth.

Most people will experience gum disease at least once in their lives, so everyone is at risk if not prevented or quickly treated. You must take action to address any gum issues quickly, as severe gum diseases can lead to tooth loss.

The good news is the condition can be easily prevented by caring for your oral hygiene through brushing, flossing and regular dental check-ups.

Our dental check-up service at Dee Dental Paisley is here to monitor your gum health, flagging any warning signs of gum disease. If you're experiencing any of the below symptoms, our experienced hygienist will quickly treat you by professionally cleaning your teeth, flushing all bad bacteria away and improving your oral health.

If you're suffering from severe gum disease, our friendly team is here to support you. The best thing you can do is to book an appointment with us today, so we can assess what the next steps are.

Contact our dental practice todat if you need further advice or are worried about your oral hygiene. We'd be happy to discuss the best ways we can help your gums stay healthy.

Frequently Asked Questions

Gingivitis is caused by poor oral hygiene. A build-up of plaque, a sticky substance containing bacteria, causes gums to become inflamed and bleed when brushed.

By removing the plaque and looking after your gums and teeth properly, gingivitis will likely disappear. However, if untreated, it can develop into a more severe form of periodontitis gum disease.

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