Our smiles reveal a lot about us which we would rather hide because of stained and discoloured teeth. The most common causes of this are smoking and drinking red wine, tea and coffee or even some antibiotics. Over time these can lead to yellowing of your natural teeth.
There are many teeth-whitening treatments available, all with varying degrees of success, which is why we only offer techniques which have been tried and tested.
Some patients ask about tooth whitening because they want to look their very best for a special occasion such as a wedding, special holiday or birthday, while others just love the feeling that comes with a lovely white smile, every day.
Whatever is your reason,
Call us on (03) 8555 2447 or book your appointment online to see our dentist to discuss your teeth whitening options. We recommend a full dental check-up first, so the dentist can assess your entire mouth and advise you on the most effective whitening procedure for you.
Tooth-n-Gum Dental is a general dental practice. We provide oral health care for patients in all age groups. Treatments available at Tooth-n-Gum Dental include Dental Checkups, Scale & Clean, White Fillings, Wisdom Tooth Extractions, Root Canal Treatment(RCT) and Gum (perio) diseases treatment.View more
Cosmetic dentistry comprises of an extensive range of dental procedures designed to improve the appearance of your teeth. Some of the Cosmetic Dentistry treatments offered at Tooth-n-Gum Dental include Porcelain Crowns, Porcelain Veneers, Dental Brdges, Dentures and Teeth Whitening.View more
Elderly patients are prone to dental diseases such as root caries, attrition, gingival recession, missing teeth, poor quality of alveolar ridges, ill-fitting dentures, oral ulceration, dry mouth and rampant caries. Our Dentist can assess you and give advice about the treatment options available to you.View more
Tooth-n-Gum Dental provides wide range dental services for children including relief of pain, restorative and preventative services, and maintenance of dental health. We recommend that every child starts visiting the dentist from the age of 2, just to get used to the dental environment.View more