Teeth Whitening in London - Treatment only £395* at our Clinic

London Teeth Whitening is one of the premiere practices for teeth whitening that offers guaranteed B1 shade tooth whitening. We use world class dental technology to give you the smile of your life. Call us at 02037457527 now for information about treatments and booking.

No amount of personal dental hygiene can remove stains from your teeth, which is why you need advice from a teeth whitening dentist in London. That’s where our highly-qualified professionals will help you with brighter and whiter teeth at their clinic in Wimpole Street.

We welcome our patients at the clinic and answer all your questions before performing professional teeth whitening treatment. Our experts are friendly yet professional and ensure that the treatment is done in a comfortable environment. Thus, you will leave the clinic with a sparking and attractive smile. You may book an appointment to undergo affordable whitening treatment that starts from £300 upto £1000.Teeth whitening in London is now made easy with guaranteed results if you trust the professionals at our clinic.

before tooth whitening
before teeth whitening

What is teeth whitening?

Tooth whitening is a popular cosmetic dental treatment as it helps improve the look of your teeth and overall appearance. It is an effective way of lightening natural color of your teeth and removing stains and discolorations.

Whitening is not a one-time process and yet, dentists prefer performing this kind of treatment for giving you brighter and whiter teeth. The procedure involves bleaching your teeth to lighten the existing color by various shades. However, you will have to go for the method several times to maintain its color.

Brightening your lovely smile is now made easier by seeing our dental practitioner for performing treatment for teeth whitening. You may even purchase at-home whitening kits to avoid visiting a dentist. Besides, there are whitening toothpaste, strips, mouthwash, trays to improve your oral health and hygiene habits.

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Why should I get my teeth whitened?

It is obvious that whiter teeth will give you much better look than having yellow teeth. You will be able to smile freely in public places which will help in improving your personal and professional life. At the same time, you will be able to boost your level of confidence and look more attractive.

cost of teeth whitening

As a general rule,
professional whitening treatments can range from £300 upto £1000

  • Laser whitening – from £395
  • Gel whitening with trays – from £350
  • Zoom whitening – from £395
  • Enlighten deep bleaching – from £600*

*Home kit only, additional charge for an in chair session if required, as advised by your dentist. May not be used in conjunction with any other offer.

Common reasons for having yellow or stained teeth are:

  • Aging
  • Intake of tobacco
  • Drinking alcohol
  • Certain medicines like antibiotic, excessive fluoride
  • Old dental fillings
  • Improper oral health and hygiene


Some reasons why you should perform this treatment include:

  • Improve your self-esteem
  • Regain your attractive smile
  • Look young and bright
  • Create first impression on others
  • Get rid of stains and discolorations
  • Attend special occasions like weddings and parties

Before starting the procedure, it is important to talk to your dentist at London Teeth Whitening and know if you are the right candidate for the treatment.

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  • Dedicated and experienced team of dental experts
  • Free Consultation and whitening procedure
  • Digitalised X-rays and same day treatment from our dentists
  • Affordable treatment to suit every pocket

before and after teeth whitening


Why do teeth stain and discolour?

The reasons why teeth lose their whiteness over time can be separated into two categories: extrinsic (external or surface) stains and intrinsic (internal) stains.

Extrinsic stains are often caused by lifestyle choices, which include:
  • Poor dental hygiene
  • Tobacco (chewed or smoked)
  • Drinks containing tannin (coffee, tea and red wine)

On the other hand, intrinsic stains are commonly caused by aging. Intrinsic staining is also caused by poor dental health, tooth decay, and small cracks in the enamel. Other influencing factors can include jaundice, root canal complications, the over-consumption of fluoride, and tetracycline exposure during childhood development.

What are the Benefits of Teeth Whitening?

  • That all important first impression –Having whiter teeth gives confidence and allows people to feel comfortable greeting people with a white bright smile.

  • Youthful –Whitened teeth can take years off you!

  • Oral health is improved –flossing, brushing, and hygienist visits will keep the teeth looking good, and also improve overall oral health.

  • Self-confidence boost – Self-esteem is boosted and people feel more confident with their physical appearance, when they complete the look with whiter teeth.

  • Non surgical procedure – Have you teeth whitened in a lunch hour, for maximum convenience. Have regular sessions so that whiteness can gradually develop.

  • Won’t break the bank – teeth whitening is affordable and produces results that are almost immediate.

  • Job hunter essential – White teeth will ensure you make the best impression if you are looking for a job can be boosted with white bright teeth.

What side effects are there?

No serious side effects would be expected, although some sensitivity might be experienced for a short while and there may be some minor gum irritation. Women who are pregnant are not advised to have tooth whitening because any effect of whitening materials on the development of the fetus is not known.

How long does the whitening last?

This depends on the individual undergoing the procedure. There is no bleaching method that can permanently whiten your teeth. However, the results vary from at least 6 months to 2 years. Some people have whiter teeth for more than 10 years without undergoing any treatment. Your dentist may advice on maintenance protocols that will meet your specific needs. You need to know that all the aspects of teeth whitening can best be performed by the professionals only.

What is the cost of teeth whitening?

The average teeth whitening treatment cost at our clinic in London can range from £300 up to over £1,000. Individual procedures are priced as follows:

  • teeth whitening with laser: from £300 to
  • Enlighten bleach: from £500
  • Zoom teeth whitening procedure: from £200

Enhance your smile with London Teeth Whitening Clinic

In-office treatments

Your dentist will apply a whitening gel to your teeth which is left on for around an hour. In some cases, a laser is used to enhance the bleaching process.

At-home treatments

Your dentist will provide you with custom-made mouth trays to be filled with a teeth whitening gel. You then wear the mouth trays with the gel at home for the prescribed amount of time.

Over-the-counter whitening products don't use such a high concentration of bleach, but can be effective when used correctly.

Whitening strips

Simply stick the strips onto your teeth and leave on for about thirty minutes each day. It usually takes one or two weeks for results to appear.

Whitening gum

Chewing whitening gum is an easy way to brighten your smile. Although you may have to chew many pieces to see results.

Whitening gel

Use a small brush to rub the gel over your teeth, and leave it on overnight.

Whitening toothpaste

Brushing your teeth with whitening toothpaste can rub away surface stains and plaque thanks to the special abrasive ingredients.

Are you looking for professional teeth whitening in London? Look no further than London Teeth Whitening Clinic. Our skilled and friendly team of dentist will use the perfect treatment to brighten your smile. Book your initial consultation today!

Before and after pictures

Case 1 – Remove yellowishness and stain marks for brighter teeth and attractive smile

Patients who have not visited teeth whitening clinic in London for many years and ignored oral checkups may suffer from dental problems. It is important to brush at least two times a day and floss daily in order to maintain sound dental health. If you are having stains and tooth discolorations, it is advised to perform whitening procedure and solve the problem immediately. This way, you can have brighter teeth and gorgeous smile.


teeth whitening before after

Case 2 – Smoking and drinking can cause damage to the tooth enamel. Avoid them when undergoing whitening treatment

If you are performing teeth whitening at our London Teeth Whitening clinic, the dentists will ask you to stop smoking and drinking till the procedure gets completed. Otherwise, it might lead to damage to the tooth enamel and you may have to undergo the entire treatment again.


Teeth Whitening Before & After Result

Are there different types of teeth whitening?

Yes, there are.
Teeth whitening are of four types that include – in-office, laser, enlighten and zoom procedure. Our dental surgeon will sit with you and check the condition of your mouth before suggesting any kind of cosmetic dental treatment. The procedure lasts for upto three years, however you will need to undergo the method several times to maintain the color of your teeth.

Benefits of teeth whitening

  • Improve your facial appearance
  • Reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Appear more attractive and beautiful
  • Boost the confidence level
  • Improve oral health and hygiene
  • Treatment is cost-effective for everyone
  • Better scope to get a suitable job


Am I a good candidate for the procedure?

This is an ideal procedure for patients who have stronger teeth and healthy gums. Your dental practitioner will evaluate your oral health condition and then suggest the best teeth whitening treatments. Depending on the severity of stain marks and tooth discolorations, he will help you overcome the problem and maintain whiter and brighter teeth. Patients who have yellow tones to their teeth seem to respond the best for this method.

Certain situations where the treatment may not be suitable or there are chances of higher risk of whitening method failure are:

  • Women who are pregnant and breastfeeding their little ones
  • People who have restorations such as implants, bridges, crowns and fillings
  • Children who are below 16 years of age
  • Patients who are suffering from tooth decay, mouth cavities and periodontal disease
  • Individuals who have sensitive teeth and are allergic to bleaching agents like peroxide

How long can teeth whitening last

Teeth whitening effects may last for at least three years though this can differ from one person to the other. If you continue to take cigarettes or consume alcohol, then chances are it won’t last for a long time. You need to talk to your oral care provider before starting this treatment session at our Clinic in Central London. You can also check online reviews for more information about this effective and safe treatment.


Why do we use Enlighten?


It is the only way to guarantee B1 shade which provides the best whitening procedure in the world.


  • You can eat and drink normally even during the treatment.
  • This whitening method offers long-lasting results and low sensitivity.
  • It gives you whitest possible shade of your teeth so that your smile may not appear unnatural. You will have brighter smile that is beautiful and healthy.
  • Whitening gels used consist of 6% hydrogen peroxide which means you can whiten teeth without any side effect.
  • The treatment ensures minimal to zero sensitivity which means there is reduced pain and discomfort while whitening teeth.

Steps of Whitening procedure

The entire procedure is different in each case.

Possible dental care treatments before teeth whitening (for some cases only) Teeth whitening Effective solution
Remove stains and discolorations Sometimes whitening can be performed immediately to remove stain marks, while in other cases you may need to consult with your dentist to undergo the treatment
Get rid of yellow and dull teeth Have brighter and whiter teeth for younger look. This is a great way to improve your confidence level
Say goodbye to drinking and smoking Your teeth lose their natural color due to various reasons. Brush and floss daily to maintain good oral health and hygiene.
Steps of teeth whitening procedure Teeth whitening Effective solution
In-office teeth whitening This dental procedure occurs under properly monitored conditions that enable safe use of bleaching gel. The results are visible immediately after the treatment
Enlighten tooth whitening This is the superior brand for tooth whitening. It is used for difficult cases or when patients want guaranteed result of B1 brightness
Zoom tooth whitening Regular cleaning of the teeth is needed before the treatment. The dentist applies hydrogen peroxide whitening gel that works together with Zoom light to remove stains and discolorations

Consultation and planning

During the initial consultation, your dentist will assess the condition of your teeth and determine if you are a suitable candidate for teeth whitening. The procedure is suitable for stain marks and tooth discolorations, however it can be less effective if you take certain medications such as antibiotics. At the same time, you will have to stop smoking and drinking to prevent further stains. When you visit for teeth whitening treatment at any dental clinic in Harley Street, a comfortable chair will be given so that he can begin with the procedure. The surgeon will insert lip retractor into the mouth that is a plastic guide and helps move your lips easily. He will cover the gums around your front teeth by using a gel and then harden it with high-powered light. This is known as gingival barrier that protects gums from teeth bleaching chemicals during whitening method.

Teeth whitening

The procedure requires using whitening products that consist of one or two tooth bleaches such as carbamide peroxide and hydrogen peroxide. The bleaches will break stains into small pieces that make your teeth appear brighter and the color less concentrated. The dental practitioner will apply a protective gel to the gums or rubber shield to keep the gums protected. Bleach is then applied on the teeth and peroxide containing whiteners bleach the enamel of the tooth.

Healing time

The healing time needed will depend on various factors such as the amount of peroxide you are using in the whitener and the kind of staining you might have on the teeth. If you have the habit of drinking lots of tea and coffee, your whitening results may fade away. However, it is easy to get your teeth whitened for the next time. By using customised trays for the procedure, you will be able to restore the natural shine of your teeth.

Final restoration

Good dental hygiene has positive impact on whitening methods. Individuals who want to get the most from the treatment need to brush and floss properly on a daily basis. Also, they need to schedule appointments with their dentist twice every year for thorough assessment of their mouth and teeth cleanings. Another thing that can be done to get better result is to start with at-home whitening procedure. By using whitening trays and strips, you can have professional tooth whitening done daily and ensure long lasting results.

Check up

Though whitening is an effective way to remove stains and discolorations, it is important to see your dentist for routine checkups. This way, you will know the condition of your mouth and ensure if you have healthy teeth and stronger gums. Besides brushing and flossing daily, you should go for regular checkups from the dentist at least twice a year. This will help you to maintain good dental health and hygiene and have brighter and whiter teeth.

What shall I do after the treatment?

After you whiten your teeth from the professionals at London Teeth Whitening, they will appear brighter, whiter and give you a confident look. Your teeth can still be porous from the procedure and might be susceptible to stains immediately after the treatment. Check out few tips to follow for the next 48 hours for having brighter and whiter teeth.

  • Do not take beverages such as tea, coffee, red wine, dark soda or any colored drink. Your teeth may absorb the color for almost 3 days after the procedure.
  • You should try to avoid eating grapes, blackberries, cherries, raspberries, spaghetti sauce, soy sauce, mustard, dark stews, dark chocolate, dark soups, blue berries, slushes, blue berry muffins and popsicles.
  • Avoid drinking hot or cold liquids as the temperatures will cause your teeth to expand and contract and allow stains to penetrate.
  • Say no to cigarettes as they can lead to stain marks on the teeth

What is regular check-up important after the treatment?

Yearly check-up after whitening method is important as this will help you know whether stains and discolorations have been removed.

Though our dental practitioners at London Teeth Whitening use the best material available, it is still important to take care of your teeth and dental health. It is highly recommended to visit your dentist for regular checkups after performing Teeth Whitening in London to ensure you have strong and healthy teeth and gums.


The effects of avoiding dental check-ups after whitening procedure are:


  • There can be some infections on the teeth, bones or gums
  • Stain marks and discolorations may not be found on time

How much does a tooth whitening cost?

The cost will differ from one practice to the other because you need to attend several appointments with your dentist over a period of say, few weeks or months. The method can be expensive yet affordable as you will be able to get rid of stains and tooth discolorations. Though whitening is not a one-time process, yet you can have whiter teeth with this treatment.

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What does the cost depend on?

Cost for diagnostic/planning

  • Physical evaluation – FREE at London Teeth Whitening
  • Consultation and planning – FREE at London Teeth Whitening
  • Digital X-rays – FREE at London Teeth Whitening
  • Scans

Price of prosthetic work

  • Costs of dental laboratory / preparation for teeth whitening treatment depending on the materials to be used

Price for dental surgical operations

  • Get rid of stain marks and discolorations (if necessary)
  • Routine checkups from your dental surgeon

Costs of materials used

  • Teeth whitening costs based on the kind of treatment to be performed
  • Latest technology used in the procedure
  • Visit your dentist before performing the treatment

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to get your teeth professionally whitened?

As of 2018, In-office teeth whitening cost around £450-650. In one short and convenient appointment, you can have white teeth that will make you feel and look great. Professional teeth whitening services in our plantation dental office are done by using a potent bleaching agent.

How does a dentist whiten the teeth?

First, the dental team will put a rubber shield or a gel on your gums to protect them. They will then apply the whitening product to your teeth, using a specially made tray which fits into your mouth like a mouth guard. The 'active ingredient' in the product is usually hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide.

Is it safe to whiten your teeth?

We can help whiten your teeth. A 40% hydrogen peroxide power bleaching gel offers brighter and whiter teeth in less than one hour in the dental chair. It is chemically activated, so it starts working as soon as it is placed on your teeth. It is administered in a safe, dentist-supervised procedure

Is it bad to get your teeth whitened?

Not all stains can be lightened by over-the-counter or professional bleaching, and your dentist will be able to give you guidance. If you have sensitive teeth, gum disease or teeth with worn enamel, your dentist may discourage tooth whitening.

Is getting your teeth whitened permanent?

No, teeth whitening isn't permanent. It can last from a few months to up to 3 years, but this varies from person to person. Generally, the whitening effect won't last as long if you smoke or drink red wine, tea or coffee, which can all stain your teeth. The good news is, with our teeth whitening method you will only need to top up one every 3 months in your home’s comfort.

Can whitening your teeth damage them?

The conclusive answer is no, the teeth whitening gel will NOT damage or harm your tooth enamel. In order to achieve successful whitening, the product flows through the enamel tubules and begins to lighten the underlying stained tissue. However, whitening products can cause temporary tooth sensitivity.

Teeth whitening options vary in price and effectiveness. Enlighten treatments tend to be at the higher end of both ranges. Although the price will depend on your dentist and the discolouration of your teeth, you can expect to pay around £600 for the procedure.

Here are 7 simple ways you can naturally whiten your teeth.

  • Try Oil Pulling.
  • Brush With Baking Soda.
  • Use Hydrogen Peroxide.
  • Use Apple Cider Vinegar.
  • Use Fruits and Vegetables.
  • Prevent Tooth Stains Before They Happen.
  • Don't Underestimate the Value of Brushing and Flossing.

The sensitivity of the teeth and gums is mainly temporary and stops after the bleaching treatment. Our dentists will prescribe gel or toothpaste for tooth sensitivity. Gentle brushing with a soft-bristled brush, using lukewarm water often helps. Change your diet by avoiding hot or cold foods for a day or two after whitening.

Dental insurance usually will not cover tooth whitening since this is a cosmetic procedure. Traditional insurance may not always be the last resort, however various whitening methods are there that include discounted dental care plans that might provide your needed coverage.

Can you get yellow teeth white again?

Even with regular brushing and flossing, it can be hard to avoid the gradual greying the teeth undergo. Likewise, if you have poor oral health habits, your teeth can rapidly turn yellow, brown or even black. However, that doesn't mean that you can't get your teeth white again by whitening them yourself.

How long does it take to get your teeth whitened?

The amount of time it will require for teeth whitening will differ with discoloration of your tooth. Our dentist suggests performing quality dental treatments that requires near about 30 to 90 minutes for each visit. Thus, you will get whiter and brighter teeth with improved confidence level. For home whitening kits typically 14 days as you wear custom-made trays every night.

What is the best teeth whitening product on the market?

Currently, the only teeth whitening method to give B1 shades or you back guarantee is Enlighten teeth whiting system.

Is it OK to use whitening toothpaste every day?

Whitening toothpaste is generally safe for daily use but should not be used more often than the label indicates or your dentist advises. They contain both special chemicals and polishing agents to remove stains, which can lead to teeth and gum sensitivity and damage the tooth enamel over time if relied on too much.

Are there any side effects to teeth whitening?

teeth whitening, like other peroxide-based bleaching method, may have side effects, however common ones include – tooth irritation and gum sensitivity. They may take place during or after the bleaching session.

Is hydrogen peroxide bad for teeth enamel?

Hydrogen peroxide applied to the tooth’s surface passes easily and quickly through tooth enamel. The majority of existing studies performed on enamel and dentin in the laboratory (in vitro) confirm that bleaching systems are safe.

Can you whiten teeth with decay?

Cavities need to be treated before undergoing any whitening procedure. This is because the whitening solutions penetrate into any existing decay and the inner areas of the tooth, which can cause sensitivity. Also, whitening procedures will not work on exposed tooth roots because roots do not have an enamel layer.

What foods to avoid after performing teeth whitening?

For the following After Treatment, you must: Avoid taking dark coloured drinks such as coffee, tea, red wine, fruit juice, alcoholic or coloured soft drinks. Try not to eat dark stained foods such as soy sauce, red chocolate, bolognese, meat, and all kinds of fruits other than bananas.

Can I brush my teeth after whitening?

You should not brush your teeth immediately before you apply whitening as they can sometimes irritate your gums.

What medications cause yellow teeth?

The antibiotics tetracycline and doxycycline are known to discolour teeth when given to children whose teeth are still developing. Mouth rinses and washes containing chlorhexidine and cetylpyridinium chloride can also stain teeth. Antihistamines (like Benadryl), antipsychotic drugs, and drugs for high blood pressure also cause teeth discolouration.