Teeth Whitening Adelaide

Welcome to Adelaide Dentalcare.

Your local dental practice catering to all teeth whitening in Adelaide.

Located in the Adelaide CBD we are Adelaide’s choice for teeth whitening in Adelaide. Here at Adelaide Dentalcare we offer 3 options and styles of teeth whitening. We start either option with an initial consultation so we can get an idea of what you are wanting to achieve through teeth whitening. The reason behind this is because it gives our team the most information and insight into what you are wanting to achieve. Teeth whitening is the use of concentrated bleaching agents being applied to the surface of a tooth with then end goal of lightening the tooth colour. A consultation prior to treatment is recommended to discuss your expectations and current lifestyle. With this consultation we will assess your dental history and determine the degree of tooth discolouration and the best course of action moving forward.

The three options for our teeth whitening treatment are listed below. All are unique in their own way and should all be researched prior to choosing them. Our staff are more than happy to cover off and go over them all with you in further detail.

  1. Take- home whitening procedures.
  2. In-office whitening procedure.
  3. Deep Bleach - An intensive bleach for teeth that are badly stained, or whether you are after guaranteed results.

Take Home Teeth Whitening


Moulds (impressions) of your upper and lower teeth are taken and used to make a plaster copy of your mouth.  A flexible fitted material is moulded onto the model to make your whitening trays. The bleaching gel is placed inside the trays and worn for a specified period of time. The use of the gel shows a noticeable change after some initial sessions, and will keep producing better results the longer it is used. After an average 14 day treatment, shorter sessions periodically will maintain the lighter colour.

In-office whitening procedure


A dental professional isolates your teeth from your lips and gums, and applies the bleaching agent onto the surface of each tooth. The gel used for this type of procedure is much stronger than the gel issued for the self-applied “take-home” system. Usually, a high intensity light is used to strengthen the bleaching properties of the gel. Initial results from the treatment are usually satisfying, however whitening treatments of any kind will often need to be followed up with periodical treatments to maintain the lighter colour. Regular dental examinations, hygiene visits and excellent home care will help ensure the continued prevention of surface staining and other dental problems.
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